Debut author Khan Wong (Angry Robot Books) joins me for this episode to talk about his own circus career, the importance of a pension in writing, and of course, his debut novel, The Circus Infinite. I think you'll really enjoy this very heartfelt interview. Khan really opened up and bared part of his soul with this discussion, and I'm very grateful.
Khan Wong is a published poet, has played cello in an earnest folk-rock duo, been an internationally known hula hoop teacher and performer, toured with a circus, and founded a flow arts performance showcase. He is the author of many books and his work has appeared in Born magazine, nocturnes (re)view of the literary arts, Mason’s Stoup, Del Sol Review, and the “Poetry on Display” section of the BBC’s Arts website.
You can learn more about Khan Wong's work at his website HERE. His Twitter feed is HERE. Finally, get your copy of The Circus Infinite HERE.
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