You can read my words, which have all been collected and organized into a bound volume called Happy Birthday or Whatever: Track Suits, Kim Chee, and Other Family Disasters. You can use the link over there ————–>
- how my mother forgot my birthday and then tried to convince me it was actually in September and not in August
- my father’s uncanny resemblance to the letter p
- why I look like Santa Claus’ maid
- a clock of The Last Supper on petrified wood
Do you want to read it in Korean? Of course you do! Go here.
I have also written other things. Wait, what?!
An online project of the Architectural League of New York. You can read my essay that was awarded runner-up in a competition whose theme was New York City’s grid as “paradigm, rubric or muse for urban life.” Warning: There is no nudity.
The Waiting Room Project
A creative collaboration exploring women’s health and health care issues. I wrote an essay for the anthology accompanying the art installation. It’s about urine, specifically, why it is all over my office’s bathroom. Download the PDF.
A journal edited and designed by graduate students at the Princeton University School of Architecture. I wrote an open letter called “Dear Architects, I am sick of your shit.” Download the PDF.
111 Chairs Project for Design Within Reach
The project profiles 111 people about Emeco’s 111 Navy Chair. I am one of the 111.
An essay about having a literary bat mitzvah at Cody’s in San Francisco three days before it closed.