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Fiction Mi Jin Kim

Man Suk was a difficult person to be friends with. You couldn’t ask him for anything.

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Mi Jin Kim was born in Seoul and grew up in Los Angeles. She holds an MFA from the Helen Zell Writers’ Program at the University of Michigan, where she was a recipient of the Henfield and Frederick Busch Prizes in Fiction. Her work has appeared in Crazyhorse. She lives in South Korea. Her story in this issue was edited by Laura Preston.


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