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Writer-in-Residence at Pasadena City College: Steph Cha (2016)

Research guide dedicated to present and past Writers-in-Residence at Pasadena City College

About Steph Cha

Steph Cha is the author of the mystery novels Follow Her Home (2013) and Beware Beware (2014). In her latest novel, Dead Soon Enough (2015), the “critically acclaimed author’s…Los Angeles-based P.I. Juniper Song is back in a thrilling story about heritage and responsibility, motherhood and genocide.”

Steph Cha is the noir editor for the “L.A. Review of Books” and a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times, USA Today and Trop Magazine. The L.A. Times called Steph Cha "the world’s only author of Korean American feminist noir." She writes articles, book reviews, and humor pieces.

A graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School, she lives in her native city of Los Angeles, California, with her husband and basset hound, Duke.

Her latest novel is Dead Soon Enough.

Books in the PCC Library

PCC Library owns three of Steph Cha's works. Check one out with your Lancer ID today!

Steph Cha: PCC Writer-in-Residence 2016

Steph Cha 2016 Writer-in-Residence poster announcing writing workshop on October 4 2016 at 12:00 in Circadian Room, and a public reading on October 5 2016 at 12:15 in Creveling Lounge.

"Follow Her Home"

Steph Cha speaks about her debut novel, Follow Her Home.
From the Los Angeles Review of Books

Author's Website

Articles, Interviews and Videos