All You Can Ever Know

Mar 12, 2019

Writer Nicole Chung joins us to talk about being a transracial adoptee. When she was going to have a child of her own, Chung set out to learn about her culture and her birth parents.

Tuesday, writer Nicole Chung joins us to tell the story of her experience as a transracial adoptee. Chung’s Korean birth parents placed her for adoption, and she was raised by a white family in small-town Oregon. But she struggled with racism her parents couldn’t see and questions of who she was that they couldn’t answer. So when she was going to have a child of her own, Chung set out to learn about her culture and her birth parents. Her memoir is called All You Can Ever Know.

Nicole Chung is editor-in-chief of Catapult magazine. All You Can Ever Know [Indie bookstores|Amazon|Audible] is her first book.