Tan And Agent Dijkstra Share The Joy Of Success
- `The Joy Luck Club': Chinese magic, American blessings and a publishing fairy tale. Feldman, G. // Publishers Weekly;7/7/89, Vol. 236 Issue 1, p24
Profile of Chinese-American Amy Tan, 36, and her first book which has a sustained presence on the best seller list `The Joy Luck Club.' How she developed the book; Publishing history.
- Amy Tan. // Bon Appetit;Oct92, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p174
Presents an interview with author Amy Tan who discusses her favorite foods and restaurants. Focus on food in her novels `The Joy Luck Club' and `The Kitchen God's Wife'; Her favorite food in China; Fountain Court restaurant (San Francisco); Chez Panisse (Berkeley, California); Room service in...
- `The Joy Luck Club' has brought writer Amy Tan a bit of both. Hubbard, K.; Wilhelm, M. // People;4/10/89, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p149
Profile of Chinese American writer Amy Tan, whose first novel is `The Joy Luck Club,' about the trials of assimilation into American culture.
- Amy Tan. Chatfield-Taylor, J. // Cosmopolitan;Nov89, Vol. 207 Issue 5, p178
Interview with Amy Tan, a Chinese-American author of `The Joy Luck Club.' Mother-daughter bonds; Recent events in China; Life as an author; Advice.
- Watching China. // Glamour;Sep89, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p302
Essay by Amy Tan, a best-selling Chinese-American novelist who fears for her family in Beijing, and dreams of a freer world.
- Index. // Amy Tan (Manchester University Press);2005, p218
A subject index for the book "Amy Tan," by Bella Adams is presented.
- Obsessions. // Conde Nast Traveler;Nov2013, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p58
The article presents the travel obsessions of author Amy Tan including the celebration of her 60th birthday at the Misool Eco Resort in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, and her trip to restaurants on Chongming Island in Shanghai, China for her favorite Chinese food.
- Angst & the second novel. // Publishers Weekly;4/5/1991, Vol. 238 Issue 16, p4
Relates the feelings of the author of `The Joy Luck Club,' Amy Tan on writing the second novel. Writing process; Realizing how little she knew about book publishing with the first novel; Saying `no' to requests of appearances, advertisements, judging contests; Writing; Inspiration. INSET:...
- Tan for kids. Nathan, P. // Publishers Weekly;4/5/1991, Vol. 238 Issue 16, p121
Reports on the rights for a children's book adapted by Amy Tan from a chapter in her `The Joy Luck Club,' which was published by Putnam, and will be brought out next year by Macmillan. Entitled `The Moon Lady.'