Aimee Phan’s first novel, THE REEDUCATION OF CHERRY TRUONG, will be published by St. Martin’s Press in March 2012. A 2010 National Endowment of the Arts Creative Writing Fellow, Aimee received her MFA from the University of Iowa, where she won a Maytag Fellowship. Her first book, WE SHOULD NEVER MEET, was awarded the Association for Asian American Studies Book Award in Prose. It was also named a Notable Book by the Kiryama Prize in fiction and a finalist for the Asian American Literary Awards. She was awarded a MacDowell Colony Residency in 2005. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, and The Oregonian among others. She grew up in Orange County, California, and now teaches in the MFA Program in Writing, and Writing and Literature Program at California College of the Arts.
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