Sweet Potato reviews!

Since publication in September, we've been receiving some great feedback on Sweet Potato, a collection of short stories by Kim Tongin. We are sure there's much more to come for this book, but some highlights so far (click on the reviewer's name to go to the review):

Translator Grace Jung uses her role to impress upon readers the agency of the translator as a feminist figure.
Lizzie Buehler, Asymptote
This new collection is undoubtedly an significant addition to the body of work of Korean literature in English.
Peter Gordon, South China Morning Post
With their modern themes, structures and characters, all the stories are a pleasure to read, and the collection is a good introduction to early Korean modern fiction, its concerns, and evolving style.
Charles Montgomery, SEOUL Magazine
Sweet Potato is an excellent collection, with no weak pieces and several excellent stories [...] combining humour, pathos, frame narratives and a host of chatty narrators.
Tony Malone, Tony's Reading List
A great intro to one of the best regarded writers from Korea [...] one of the first true modern writers from that country.
Stu Allen, Winstondad's Blog