Angie Chuang is a writer and educator based in Washington, D.C. Her work has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, The Asian American Literary Review, Vela, TheRoot, Washingtonian magazine, CALYX, and multiple editions of The Best Women’s Travel Writing and The Best Travel Writing. She is on the Journalism faculty of the American University School of Communication. Her book, The Four Words for Home, won the 2013 Willow Books Literature Awards Grand Prize in Prose and will be published by Willow Books March 2014. The project also won the 2011 Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Award Second Place, and a 2007 Oregon Literary Fellowship in Creative Nonfiction.
ARTICLES FEATURING ANGIE
Reporting on Afghanistan in the Shadow of the “I”
But after reading a chapter or two a shadow seemed to lie across the page. It was a straight dark bar, ...