From time to time, I interview authors and write book reviews for the National Post:
My interview with Joy Kogawa about her new memoir Gently to Nagasaki can be read here.
My review of Claire-Louise Bennett's experimental novel Pond can be read here.
My review of Madeleine Thien's Man Booker nominated novel Do Not Say We Have Nothing can be read here.
My review of Cordelia Strube's novel On the Shores of Darkness, There is Light can be read here.
My interview with Nikkei Voice about my novel and family history can be read here.
May is Asian Heritage Month! My guest blog post about how I became interested in my family's experience of the Japanese internment can be read here.
Enjoyed being interviewed by Minelle Mahtani on her radio show about The Reading List. The interview can be listed to here (my segment starts at the halfway point).
My interview in Open Book about how I develop literary characters can be read here.
After the Bloom is featured in three articles in Bustle: 15 Feminist Novels That Need To Be TV Shows, 10 Books About Mothers and Daughters To Read With Your Mom and 10 Summer Book Club Picks Everyone Will Enjoy
Thanks Historical Novel Society for this lovely review of After the Bloom. The review can be read here.
After the Bloom is on CBC's list of recommended novels about the Japanese Internment here.
Happy to receive this review in Ottawa Review of Book's fall issue. It can be read here.
Delighted to be a recommended book for June on Reading Group Choices.
Thanks Foreword Reviews for this review of my novel! The review can be read here.
My essay in 49th Shelf about my circuitous journey toward becoming a writer can be read here.
An insightful, detailed review of After the Bloom in the National Post can be read here.
A starred review of After the Bloom in Booklist can be read here.
Enjoyed being interviewed by Ricepaper here.
Curious about what's on my book shelf? My interview in Hazlitt on this topic can be read here.
Jamie Tennant interviews me about my novel on his radio show Get Lit. The interview can be streamed here.
Priscilla Uppal reviewed The Reading List for her CBC radio programme. That interview can be listened to here.