Thu Le

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thu is in her 2nd year at ECU, studying Critical and Cultural Practices. She sees writing as a way of making sense of the very complex human experience. She takes special interest in and write most extensively about cultural nuances through stories. Fluent in Vietnamese, English, and Korean, she recognizes the fears and issues with writing in English for multilingual students and believes that once they are addressed properly, writing is not as scary as many think it is.

She recommends The Very Hungry Caterpillar for anyone new to writing. One misconception many people have about writing is that it needs to be polished to the nine, when in fact, good writing is comprehensible writing. Children books have found that exact equilibrium between comprehensibility and mystery that many other books cannot. Therefore, she believes all fictions are merely intricate layers of children books.

She also enjoys dogspotting whenever she can, yet has never had the courage to pet one.