Nicole Chung on Stories That Must Be Told
From the Write-minded Podcast, Hosted by Brooke Warner and Grant Faulkner
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This is an onstage interview with Brooke Warner and this week’s guest Nicole Chung. Brooke interviewed Nicole at the Bay Area Book Festival in May. The conversation is wide-ranging and covers the topics and themes central to Nicole’s new memoir, A Living Remedy, as well as questions and considerations central to memoir and telling the stories that must be told. Don’t miss this thoughtful and relatable interview. If you’re writing your story, Nicole’s words will make you feel like you can and should keep going! Also, Write-minded is celebrating our 250th episode this week. We thank you for your loyal listenership!
Nicole Chung is the author of the new memoir A Living Remedy and the national bestseller All You Can Ever Know. Named a Best Book of the Year by over twenty outlets, including NPR, The Washington Post, and Time, All You Can Ever Know was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award and NAIBA Book of the Year and an Indies Choice Honor Book. Nicole is a contributing writer at The Atlantic, a Time contributor, and a Slate columnist. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she lives in the Washington, DC area.