Faux pas, sassy students, and thank you notes.
One of the things I love most about Fulbright Korea is the opportunity to get involved in so many writing activities. As a staff editor of Fulbright Korea’s literary magazine and website Infusion, I have had the pleasure of reading amazing submissions from current and past Fulbrighters. In December and January, I also worked closely with two of my peers to revise their pieces, which are now published on the Infusion website. I’ll leave the links here:
Candy Lee’s “Call Grandma.”
Leanndra Padgett’s “Army Lessons.”
And a shameless plug for my own piece, “Expression.”
“My mother…new business.”
I looked at the white sweatshirt hanging on the drying rack. It said “M*Actors Academy,” with a large blue star in the center of the shirt. Su Bin was wearing a matching sweatshirt and holding a leather book that contained a libretto. Host Mom had opened an acting hagwon!
New office, new co-teacher, new students. It’s back to school at Gimhae Jeil!