Victoria Cho will be reading at the  Difficult to Name Fall Spectacular  on Sept. 10. 

Victoria Cho will be reading at the Difficult to Name Fall Spectacular on Sept. 10. 

You've published fiction, poetry and non-fiction pieces and your voice as a writer shines through in all of them. Is there one form you most prefer writing?

Well, thank you so much! I have probably spent the most time writing fiction, though I don't know if I prefer it over non-fiction or poetry. It depends on my mood and what I read, but I like accessing all of them. Experimentation is very important to me.

You make some pretty fantastic collages. How did you get started with that?

Thanks! I actually started collaging after I attended a leaders' retreat at New York Writers Coalition. One person led a collaging workshop, and it helped nurture the little artist in me. I was struggling with my creativity and with stringing any sentences together. Collaging helps me feel playful and daring. 

What can people expect from your reading?

I'm going to read a flash fiction piece about loss, parental expectations, and immigration. My stories are often long and sometimes funny, but this one is short and serious. I'm trying something new.