Nicole Chung is the author of the national bestseller All You Can Ever Know. Named a Best Book of the Year by NPR, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Time, Library Journal, and many other outlets, All You Can Ever Know was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, a semifinalist for the PEN Open Book Award, an Indies Choice Honor Book, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick, and an official Junior Library Guild selection.
Nicole is currently a contributing writer and editor at The Atlantic, where she writes a popular weekly newsletter. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Time, The Guardian, Slate, and Vulture.
Prior to joining The Atlantic, Nicole spent five years at the independent publisher Catapult, where she oversaw the digital editorial team, helped launch the Don’t Write Alone vertical, co-edited two print anthologies, and led Catapult magazine to a National Magazine Award. Before that, she was managing editor of the beloved, now-shuttered website The Toast. She was named to the 2021 Good Morning America AAPI Inspiration List honoring those “making Asian American history right now,” as well as the inaugural Bitch 50, a project recognizing creators, writers, and activists “who have taken risks in their work that push us closer to progress.” Her next two books are forthcoming from Ecco Books/HarperCollins and HarperTeen.
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