1 hr 2 min

Author Chat w/ Abraham Chang Books and Boba

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On this episode we sit down with author Abraham Chang about his debut novel 888 Love and the Divine Burden of Numbers, an Asian American coming-of-age love story that takes place in 1995 New York City. We chat with Abe about the inspirations behind his novel as well as how he transitioned from working in publishing to becoming a published novelist.
Follow Abraham Chang on Instagram at @geekomnivore and check out his debut novel 888 Love and the Divine Burden of Numbers, available now on the Books & Boba bookshop!
Books & Boba is a podcast dedicated to reading and featuring books by Asian and Asian American authors
Support the Books & Boba Podcast by:
Joining our Patreon to receive exclusive perksPurchasing books at our bookshopRocking our Books & Boba merch
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Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)
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The Books & Boba June 2024 pick is Greta & Valdin by Rebecca K. Reilly
This podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective

On this episode we sit down with author Abraham Chang about his debut novel 888 Love and the Divine Burden of Numbers, an Asian American coming-of-age love story that takes place in 1995 New York City. We chat with Abe about the inspirations behind his novel as well as how he transitioned from working in publishing to becoming a published novelist.
Follow Abraham Chang on Instagram at @geekomnivore and check out his debut novel 888 Love and the Divine Burden of Numbers, available now on the Books & Boba bookshop!
Books & Boba is a podcast dedicated to reading and featuring books by Asian and Asian American authors
Support the Books & Boba Podcast by:
Joining our Patreon to receive exclusive perksPurchasing books at our bookshopRocking our Books & Boba merch
Follow our hosts:
Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)
Follow us:
InstagramTwitterGoodreadsFacebook
The Books & Boba June 2024 pick is Greta & Valdin by Rebecca K. Reilly
This podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective

1 hr 2 min