Tomorrow: Collingswood Book Festival!

A reminder that the Collingswood Book Festival is indeed happening tomorrow! The weather gods have thrown a little fit, so due to the rain, the festival will move to the high school. From the website:

Due to the weather forecast for this Saturday, October 1, the festival will be held at Collingswood High School, 424 Collings Avenue, Collingswood, NJ. Enter through the high school gym building on Eldridge Ave. If you’re not vaccinated for COVID, mask up!

Saturday, October 1 – Adult Authors

NEW LOCATION: Collingswood Middle School, Main Auditorium (second floor)

10:00 a.m. — Ann de Forest, Ways of Walking

11:00 a.m. — Town Book Presentation: Jo Piazza, We Are Not Like Them

12:00 p.m. — Sannii Crespina-Flores, Machetes are Forged in Soft Rivers and Faleeha Hassan, War and Me

1:00 p.m. — Riley Sager, The House Across the Lake and Sung J. Woo, Skin Deep

2:00 p.m. — Mike Sielski, The Rise: Kobe Bryant and the Pursuit of Immortality

3:00 p.m. —Beth Macy, Raising Lazarus: Hope, Justice, and the Future of America’s Overdose Crisis (sequel to Dopesick)

October 1, 2022: Collingswood Book Festival!

Super excited to take part in the Collingswood Book Festival on Saturday, 10/1/2022!

I’ll be on a panel with NYT bestselling author Riley Sager that day at 1pm. The festival folks were kind enough to write up a profile for both Riley and myself, so please check it out!

5/17/2021: Murder by the Book Event on YouTube

Last night, I was in conversation with my editor (Chantelle Osman) and a fellow Agora author (Andrea J. Johnson)! It was a fantastic event where we talked about our books and how they came to be.

Many thanks to Murder by the Book for hosting the talk!

5/22/2021 2PM ET: In-Person Jersey City Free Public Library Event — Yes, In Person!

I almost can’t believe I’m typing these words, but folks, I’ll be at the Jersey City Free Public Library next Saturday, 5/22/2021, at 2pm. Like physically. Like I will drive and park and walk over to Hamilton Park! I will not be sitting in front of a laptop. Me, human Sung, will be at the park to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month. If you are in the area, please stop by! They have a few more programs after me, so stick around. Check it out!

AAPI Heritage Month Celebration at Hamilton Park: Author Discussion with Sung J. Woo

May 22 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm EDT

Sung J. Woo, author of Everything Asian (2009), Love Love (2015), and Skin Deep (2020) will talk about his experience growing up Korean American and his journey as a writer.

Join us for this event at Hamilton Park! Meet us by the gazebo (center of park) for some library fun.

Masks are required for all participants above the age of 2. Social distancing will be respected.

Hamilton Park, 25 W Hamilton Pl, Jersey City, NJ 07302,

[library event link]