Episode 4: "The Chinatown Museum" by Christina Yu & "Bilaadi" by S. Chakraborty



Christina Yu holds an A.B in English with Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from Notre Dame where she was the Diversity Fellow and Nicholas Sparks Fellow at Hachette Book Group. Her work has previously appeared in venues such as Fence, New Letters, Indiana Review, the Robert Olen Butler Prize Stories anthology, and the Painted Bride Quarterly, among others, and has been nominated and cited in several Best American anthologies. Renée Chambliss has been to Chinatown in San Francisco often. It's one of the perks of living in northern California. Her kids love it and could spend all day shopping there. Plastic num-chucks, parasols, tea sets, lion puppets: there's so much to buy and they want everything! When she's not saying "no, you can't have that", to their endless requests, Renee is narrating audiobooks and wishing she could carve out some writing time. Find out more about her at rechambliss.com." S. Chakraborty lives in Queens, NY with her daughter and husband. She