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How Alike Are We

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Our sixth podcast for October is “How Alike Are We” written by Bo-young Kim and translated by Jihyun Park and Gord Sellar. Read by Kate Baker.

 
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Originally published in Korean in Because We Still Have Time (2018).

Published with the support of Literature Translation Institute of Korea (LTI Korea).

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ISSUE 157, October 2019

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bo-young Kim

Kim Bo-young is one of South Korea's most active and important SF authors. Her first published work of fiction, a novella titled "The Experience of Touch" (2002), received the award for best novella in the first round of the Korean Science & Technology Creative Writing Awards in 2004. Since then, she has won the annual South Korean SF novel award (a prize launched in 2014) twice. She has a number of works forthcoming in English translation in the United States, including three novellas to be published by HarperCollins and a short story collection to be published by Kaya Press. She lives in Gangwon Province, South Korea with her family.


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