When Nicole Chung graduated high school, she was eager to leave her overwhelmingly white Oregon hometown, but as her life on the East Coast unfolded, she witnessed the stark differences from the paycheck-to-paycheck world of her childhood. In A Living Remedy, Chung meditates on the "specific, hollow guilt of those who leave hardship behind, yet are unable to bring anyone else with them." She'll chat with Kalani Kapahua, manager of Third Place Books' Ravenna store.
by Lindsay Costello
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