Food and family will be on the agenda when The St. Anthony Park Library and the Branch Library Association sponsor an online community book discussion on Monday, March 28, from 6:30 to 7:30, as part of Read Brave St. Paul, the citywide reading initiative. We’ll talk about this year’s adult non-fiction book selection, What We Hunger for
What We Hunger for editor, Sun Yung Shin, will lead the conversation, which will center on the universal ties of shared meals across generations, cultures and languages. She’ll be joined by Simi Kang and Anh-Hoa Thi Nguyen, contributors to the book. Come share the family dining traditions of your own background as we hear about the role of food and kinship in the life experiences some of our area’s newest residents.
Sun Yung Shin is an award-winning Minnesota poet, writer and teacher, whose work draws on her Korean heritage. She edited the well-known essay collection, A Good Time for the Truth; Race in Minnesota (MNHS Press, 2016.
Register to receive a Zoom link. Presented by the Saint Anthony Park Library Branch Association.