In Conversation | Sarah Shin & Grace M Cho | Granta

In Conversation

Sarah Shin & Grace M. Cho

‘I’m drawn to the irrational because it has the potential to radicalise our senses.’

The authors discuss ghosts, transgenerational mourning and communal cooking.

Sarah Shin

Sarah Shin is a publisher, curator and writer. She co-founded the independent feminist publisher, Silver Press, and Ignota Books, ‘an experiment in the techniques of awakening’. She is also the founder of New Suns, a curation and storytelling project from feminist perspectives and practices.

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Grace M. Cho

Grace M. Cho is the author of the hybrid memoir Tastes Like War (Feminist Press, 2021), longlisted for the 2021 National Book Award for Non-fiction, and Haunting the Korean Diaspora: Shame, Secrecy, and the Forgotten War (University of Minnesota, 2008), which received a 2010 book award from the American Sociological Association. Her writings have appeared in the New Inquiry, Gastronomica and others. She is associate professor of sociology and anthropology at the College of Staten Island, CUNY.

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