21st Century Award winner

Nami Mun, who lives with her husband in Andersonville, was honored in October by the Chicago Public Library Foundation with the 21st Century Award. Mun, a Korean immigrant, went from being homeless to being an author and professor at Columbia College Chicago. To learn more about her literary journey:<a href="http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-10-21/news/ct-met-schmich-1021-20121021_1_library-fundraiser-carl-sandburg-literary-awards-cab-rides"><b><i> Click here.</i> </b></a>

( Chris Walker, Chicago Tribune / October 4, 2012 )

Nami Mun, who lives with her husband in Andersonville, was honored in October by the Chicago Public Library Foundation with the 21st Century Award. Mun, a Korean immigrant, went from being homeless to being an author and professor at Columbia College Chicago. To learn more about her literary journey: Click here.

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