Today on The Short Stacks author Nicole Chung joins us to discuss her memoir, and The Stacks Book Club pick, All You Can Ever Know. The book addresses her transracial adoption, her decision to find her birth family, and becoming a mother. Nicole shares with The Stacks the chaotic setting in which she wrote the book, why she felt compelled to tell her story, and much more. There are no spoilers this week, so listen and enjoy, and then come back on Wednesday to hear our TSBC conversation around All You Can Ever Know.
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- All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung
- The Stacks Instagram
- The Free Black Woman’s Library | Wishlist
- Prisoners Literature Project | Wishlist
- The Stacks Book Drive & Giveaway Details
- Parkland by Dave Cullen
- Columbine by Dave Cullen
- Catapult Magazine
- The Babysitter’s Club by Ann M. Martin
- The Mistress’s Daughter by A. M. Holmes
- “The Mistress’s Daughter” (A. M. Holmes, The New Yorker)
- Why Be Happy When you Can Be Normal? by Jeanette Winterson
- Surviving the White Gaze by Rebecca Carroll (2020 Release)
- Lucky Girl by Mei-Ling Hopgood
- The Language of Blood by Jane Jeong Trenka
- The Toast
- Nicole Caputo
- Donna Cheng
- Trevor Noah
- “The Daily Show — Nicole Chung, October 11, 2018” (Comedy Central)
- Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
- Celeste Ng
- Alexander Chee
- Amy Tan
- Kristi Yamaguchi
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