Angie Chuang’s memoir, The Four Words for Home (Aquarius Press / Willow Books 2014), told the stories of an immigrant family she followed to their birthplace, Afghanistan, in the wake of the 9-11 attacks, and her own Chinese American family. The book won an Independent Publisher’s bronze medal in multicultural nonfiction, and was short-listed for the Saroyan, International Rubery, and Hoffer awards. Her writing has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, Litro, Vela, the Asian American Literary Review, Hyphen, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, The Best Women’s Travel Writing, and others. She is an associate professor of journalism at the University of Colorado Boulder, and previously was a staff writer for The Oregonian, The Hartford Courant and the Los Angeles Times. She has received fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, Hedgebrook, Jentel, The Studios at Key West, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, and others. She is working on a second book, The Other One: A Book of Choices and Choice-making.