wayne yang

I grew up in South Carolina, where I learned to eat grits the proper way: smothered with butter and sprinkled with salt. You can imagine my horror when I went to graduate school in upstate New York and saw people eating their grits with milk and sugar.

My writing and photography have appeared in The North American Review, The Christian Science Monitor, The Asian Review of Books, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, AOL.com, ESPN.com and other publications. I am a former associate editor at literary magazine Night Train.
My photography is represented by ZUMAPress and WireImage.

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