Here's my recent interview by Nick Young of
The Southeast Review. This is a rich-in-content
website that has intriguing online tools for writers.
Thanks, Stanford, for the banner review in the latest issue
of Stanford Magazine, which accurately notes that Stanford is the unnamed campus where one of my characters "test-drives her sexuality."
Rage and laughter: read Neelanjana Banerjee's interview of me in Fiction Writers Review. This thoughtful journalist has edited an anthology of contemporary South Asian American poetry, due out in 2010.
The book is now available as an e-book from the University of Iowa Press. Read it as a pdf file on your Mac, PC, or mobile device!
Review in The San Francisco Chronicle: "San Francisco writer Kathryn Ma displays a remarkable range in All That Work and Still No Boys, her fiercely honest, stirring collection of stories..."
I had fun talking to Sedge Thomson on West Coast Live Radio. And public radio then offered my book as swag!
Stream the interview below.
Radio interview on New America Now. I got to talk with
the fabulous Sandip Roy!
A wonderful featured review appears in the September issue of Hyphen Magazine: "pitch-perfect subtlety...This book is one of the most promising fiction debuts I've read in a long time." Read an excerpt on What People Are Saying.
Check out my post on "1st Books: Stories of How Writers Got Started" on Meg Waite Clayton's lively author website.
The San Francisco Chronicle names "All That Work and
Still No Boys" a Notable Book, along with new books by
my fellow Grotto writers: Po Bronson, Stephen Elliott,
and Allison Hoover Bartlett.