Getting introspective with Jo Hamya, author of Three Rooms

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Jo Hamya might be the next Virginia Woolf. Her novel, Three Rooms, is introspective and experimental. It’s about a young woman bouncing from unstable living situation to unstable living situation. Jo Hamya is also not her narrator. Though she pulled from experiences in her twenties, this is not a work of autofiction.

The author joined the podcast to discuss critical theory, life in your 20s, Twitter, her writing career, and more! Listen below:

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