Thanks to Kate Baldus for the space on her fine book blog!
I’m excited to share an interview this week with Leland Cheuk whose novel, The Misadventures of Sulliver Pong, is coming out in November. Leland is a member of my writers group and agreed to pilot a series of questions I wanted to try out.
The Misadventures of Sulliver Pong is a black comedy about a dysfunctional Asian-American family. I have read many of Leland’s short stories and can attest to his wit. He sees the world though a comedic story lens. And has a great way with language. I’m excited to share this interview with you.
What are some “firsts” that happened during the process of getting your book published?
The first 30 pages of the novel got me into The MacDowell Colony when I had no writing credits. Soon after, I got my first agent. I’m a believer in listening and paying close attention to what the world is…
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