Sang Young Park

Sang
Young Park

Sang Young Park is a writer of short stories, screenplays, and newspaper columns, an office worker by day whose influences range from Agatha Christie to Roxane Gay. Born in 1988, he won the New Writers Award in 2016 for his first story, and his debut collection, published in 2018, went into a third print run within a month of publication.  Love in the Big City was long-listed for the Booker International prize. He lives in Seoul.

Sang Young Park is a writer of short stories, screenplays, and newspaper columns, an office worker by day whose influences range from Agatha Christie to Roxane Gay. Born in 1988, he won the New Writers Award in 2016 for his first story, and his debut collection, published in 2018, went into a third print run within a month of publication.  Love in the Big City was long-listed for the Booker International prize. He lives in Seoul.

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