What are you reading on the subway or in the waiting room today?
What book popped for you in 2015?
Six people I’ve known, read, and loved for years all released their wonderful first books in 2015: Nicholas Gulig (North of Order), Elaine Kahn (Women in Public), Margaret Ross (A Timeshare), Taryn Schwilling (The Anatomist), Steven Toussaint (The Bellfounder), and Marci Vogel (At the Border of Wilshire & Nobody).
Kept close: The Future of Television, the most recent book by professor/fount Pamela Douglas.
Whose words do you return to regularly?
Is there an author you can’t wait to read next?
What are you working on now? What can VIDA fans look forward to from you next?
I just finished two television pilots I feel happy about, and I’m finishing the outline of a feature.
HANNAH SANGHEE PARK‘s first book The Same-Different was the 2014 winner of The Academy of American Poets Walt Whitman Award, recently given a starred review by Publishers Weekly. She was selected as one of Poets & Writers Debut Poets. Park is a recipient of fellowships from The Civitella Ranieri Foundation, The Fulbright Program, The CBS Writers Program, The Poetry Foundation, the MacDowell Colony, and others.