Eugene Lim: Off the Page

The MFA Program is so proud to welcome this year’s visiting professor, novelist Eugene Lim, with a reading from his own work. Following will be a conversation with MFA alum Kaz Uy, and a reception in the lobby of the Music Building.

This event will be both in person and broadcast over Zoom, so I hope you will join us!

DATE: Oct 3
Choral Room, Music Building
Reception to Follow

MEETING ID: 797 375 6638


Eugene Lim is a Visiting Associate Professor in English and the MFA
Program in Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Queens
College. He is the author of four novels: Fog & Car (2008), The Strangers (2013), Dear Cyborgs (2017), Search History (2021) and the chapbook The Basement Food Court of Forking Paths
(2020). His writings have appeared in such journals as The New Yorker, The Believer, Granta, and Fence. Honors include a book award from the Association of Asian American Studies and Big
Other’s 2021 Award for Fiction. He runs Ellipsis Press, known for publishing innovative fiction.

Kaz Uy is a trans writer who spent his childhood in the Philippines and earned an MFA in creative writing from Queens College. His writing shows his love for finality, horror, and the magic in the mundane. He can be found on Instagram: @cryptypical.