Autumn House Press, 2018 Paper: 978-1-938769-28-3 | eISBN: 978-1-938769-31-3 Library of Congress Classification PS3612.A543283Z46 2018 Dewey Decimal Classification 813.6
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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Set in a public housing project in San Francisco, Lam's memoir explores his transformation from a teenage graffiti writer to a high school teacher working with troubled youth while navigating the secret violence in his immigrant's family's past.
DICKSON LAM’s work has appeared in StoryQuarterly, the Kenyon Review Online, Hyphen Magazine, The Normal School, PANK, The Good Men Project, The Rumpus, and Kartika Review. He holds MFA degrees in creative writing from the University of Houston and Rutgers-Newark. Currently, Lam is an Assistant Professor of English at Contra Costa College
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I • King • PART II • An Unreliable Narrator • Apartment • What's in a Name? • Left Behind • PART III • Hope You Solve • Notes • Acknowledgments • Discussion Questions
Winner of the 2017 Autumn House Nonfiction Prize
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