A mesmerizing portrait of first generation Vietnamese immigrants struggling to create a life for themselves and their children in America.
About the Author
Angie Chau was born in Vietnam and has since lived on three continents and an island. She graduated with a master's degree in creative writing from the University of California, Davis where she also taught undergraduate fiction and was the fiction editor for The Greenbelt Review. She has been awarded a Hedgebrook Residency and a Macondo Foundation Fellowship. Her work has appeared in the Indiana Review, Santa Clara Review, Slant, and the anthology, Cheers to Muses. In 2009, she won the UC Davis Maurice Prize in Fiction.
Praise for Quiet As They Come…
"Angie Chau's fine collection of stories does for immigrants from South Vietnam what Jhumpa Lahiri did for East Indians or Junot Diaz did for people from the Dominican Republic. She tells their truth."—Dallas Morning News