Lisa See launched her literary career with the non-fiction book “On Gold Mountain.” The story chronicles her great-great grandfather’s journey from China to California and follows multiple generations.
She’s written ten novels since then. See spoke at the Sonoma Valley Regional Library about her latest work, “The Island of Sea Women“. The book takes place on Jeju island in South Korea and spans multiple decades. KRCB’s Adia White spoke with about her inspiration for the novel.
(Photo: Lisa See – Adia White)