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DEI Commission book reading event: Poetry and writing helped to shape author's life

Korean-American writer is penning 1,000 love letters


Last updated 11/22/2023 at 3:51pm

David Pan

Korean-American author E.J. Koh answers an audience member's question while sitting with panelists Koko Tolentino, Mukilteo School District student director and Mariner student, and Simon Bai, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion vice chair, during a DEI book reading event Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Kamiak High School Performing Arts Center.

Award-winning author E.J. Koh has had quite an unusual life.

Until she was 14, Koh lived with her parents. That year, her father received a job offer back in South Korea. He decided to take the job the next year, and he and Koh's mother moved to S...

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