Frances Lu-Pai Ippolito

Frances Lu-Pai Ippolito (she/her) is a Chinese American writer in Portland, Oregon. Her writing has appeared in several venues including Flame Tree Press’s Asian Ghost Stories, Strangehouse’s Chromophobia, Startling Stories, Mother: Tales of Love and Terror, Death’s Garden Revisited, and Unquiet Spirits: Essays by Asian Women in Horror. Frances is the founder of Demagogue Press and also co-chairs the Young Willamette Writers program that provides free writing classes for high school and middle school students.

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The Rise of the Unquiet Voice

May 14, 2023 9:00 am to 10:00 am

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“The Rise of the Unquiet Voice.” Panelists discuss the success of Asian voices in popular media. From the success of recent books like Black Cranes, Tortured Willows and now Unquiet Spirits, to recent award sweepers like Everything, Everywhere, All at Once. It seems obvious that people are hungry for more variety. Are publishers listening?

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