A conversation with Leonard Chang

A conversation with Leonard Chang Michael Piafsky Photo by Jerry Bauer inter view eonard Chang was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, where he attended the public schools in Merrick. After high school, Leonard studied at Dartmouth College, interned with the Peace Corps in Kingston, Jamaica, and continued his studies in philosophy at Harvard University, where he graduated with honors. He attended the graduate creative writing program at the University of California at Irvine and received his MFA. His first novel, The Fruit 'n Food, sold while he was still in graduate school, won the Black Heron Press Award for Social Fiction and is now taught at universities around the world. His second novel, Dispatches from the Cold, won a San Francisco Bay Guardian Goldie Award for Literature. He is also the author of a popular and critically acclaimed noir trilogy, which includes Over the Shoulder (HarperCollins), Underkill (St. Martin's) and Fade to Clear (St. Martin's). Crossings, his sixth novel, was published in Fall 2014 / THE MISSOURI RE VIE W 2009, and a new novel, Triplines, in 2014. His novels have been translated into French, Japanese and Korean and are regularly studied in literature, sociology and theology http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

A conversation with Leonard Chang

The Missouri Review, Volume 37 (3) – Oct 9, 2014

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Michael Piafsky Photo by Jerry Bauer inter view eonard Chang was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, where he attended the public schools in Merrick. After high school, Leonard studied at Dartmouth College, interned with the Peace Corps in Kingston, Jamaica, and continued his studies in philosophy at Harvard University, where he graduated with honors. He attended the graduate creative writing program at the University of California at Irvine and received his MFA. His first novel, The Fruit 'n Food, sold while he was still in graduate school, won the Black Heron Press Award for Social Fiction and is now taught at universities around the world. His second novel, Dispatches from the Cold, won a San Francisco Bay Guardian Goldie Award for Literature. He is also the author of a popular and critically acclaimed noir trilogy, which includes Over the Shoulder (HarperCollins), Underkill (St. Martin's) and Fade to Clear (St. Martin's). Crossings, his sixth novel, was published in Fall 2014 / THE MISSOURI RE VIE W 2009, and a new novel, Triplines, in 2014. His novels have been translated into French, Japanese and Korean and are regularly studied in literature, sociology and theology

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