Frances Park is an award-winning author of ten books published in seven countries. For her work dealing with the Korean War and the Korean American experience, she’s been interviewed on NPR, Voice of America, the Diane Rehm Show and Good Morning America. She’s currently at work on a novel as well as a memoir of essays titled A Dead Lover’s Kiss & Other Stories of Love.
This writer discovers loneliness parallels of college years and life post-divorce
Making sense of a troubling childhood incident in adulthood
Work & Purpose
The new 'Friends Talk Money' podcast on the changing definition of retirement
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