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Taeyin ChoGlueck

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Taeyin ChoGlueck is a Korean writer born in Minneapolis and raised in S. Korea & the American Midwest. They co-founded InterAction Initiative and trained young BIPOC in identity, racial justice, & critical history for a decade. They hold an MFA in fiction from the Univ. of Notre Dame. Migdalia Cruz’s Irene Fornés Playwriting Workshop and the Yanyi’s One World Workshop shaped them. They’ve been a finalist for the Firsts! Kelsey Street Prize judged by Bhanu Kapil and the Kay Murphy Prize judged by Myung Mi Kim. Chicago Dramatists, Goodman Theatre, & Rec Room Arts have showcased their plays, with a production at ND Theatre Now. Their writing has appeared in The Margins, Entropy, etc. Recurrent themes include satire, diaspora, & queerness. It is quite possible that they are as angsty as their YA characters.

Cohort: Young-adult-fiction

Year: 2022

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