November 2017
Library Journal;11/15/2017, Vol. 142 Issue 19, p73
Trade Publication
An interview with author Mira T. Lee is presented. Topics include mental gymnastics that were needed in writing multiple viewpoints which featured in her novel "Everything Here Is Beautiful," the impact of her role as a sibling in her writing, and her reason for selecting Ecuador and Switzerland as the home for the sisters who were the focus of the book.


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