Alum Krys Lee (fiction, ’08) has a profile about her life and work, including her latest novel, How I Became a North Korean, in the L.A. Times:

Standing in the heart of Koreatown, novelist Krys Lee is turned around.

Was this the direction to the Korean market to which her family made a pilgrimage every weekend, and her mother would rent her cache of Korean videotapes? Which way was the tofu restaurant she and her pastor father walked to countless times, after her mother died and there was no one to cook him Korean food?

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