Tom Pyun is a novelist and a writer of creative nonfiction. He earned his MFA at Antioch University Los Angeles and has been awarded fellowships at Vermont Studio Center, VONA, and Tin House. His writing has appeared in The Rumpus, Reed Magazine, Joyland, and Blue Mesa Review. His essay, “Mothers Always Know,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net 2015.

He didn’t begin writing creatively until the age of thirty-five. He studied sociology at Vassar College and public health epidemiology at Columbia University. After an almost two-decade-long career in the philanthropic, nonprofit, and governmental sectors, he has finally accepted his calling as a storyteller, artist, and healer.

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