A Korean-American family’s story of lies, identity and loss. That’s what you’ll find in “Shelter,” the debut novel of Jung Yun — who until this month taught at UMass Amherst. Her book is the latest pick in our summer fiction series, when we put the focus on new novels by writers from around New England.
Click the audio player above to hear Jung Yun explain her writing process to NewEngland Public Radio’s Carrie Healy.
MORE BOOKS: NEPR’s Summer Fiction series