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First Name Jolie Phuong
Last Name Hoang
Member Since February 21, 2022
Email joliehoang@outlook.com
City Fonthill
State Ontario
Zipcode L0S 1E4
Country Canada
Company Jolie Phuong Hoang
Pen Name Jolie Phuong Hoang
Branch Affiliation Niagara
Website www.joliehoang.com
Twitter @JoliePHoang1
Instagram joliephuonghoang
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Bio A math professor at Niagara College, located in Welland, Ontario, Jolie Phuong Hoang escaped Vietnam in 1983 with five siblings and settled in Canada in 1984. Writing is her concealed passion that has patiently waited for the right time to reveal itself. Her debut, Anchorless published on December 12, 2019, received First Prize, Literary Fiction by North Street Book Prize, North Hampton, Massachusetts; Honorable Mention by San Francisco Book Festival; Runner-Up by New England Book Festival; Bronze Medal by Wishing Shelf Book Awards, UK. In addition, her essay, June Sisters, made the short list of Surrey International Writers' Conference (the year 2020). Three Funerals for My Father: Love, Loss and Escape from Vietnam is her second nonfiction, published in October 2021 by Tidewater Press. Jolie lives with her daughters in Fonthill, Ontario.
Publications Anchorless -- December 12, 2019 -- FriesenPress Three Funerals for My Father: Love, Loss and Escape from Vietnam -- October 23, 2021 -- Tidewater Press Shortlisted for the 29th Annual Hamilton Literary Awards
Other Memberships The Writer's Union of Canada & Canadian Mathematical Society
Awards Anchorless -- North Street Book Prize: First Prize, Literary Fiction Anchorless -- Wishing Shelf Books Awards: Bronze, Nonfiction Anchorless -- San Francisco Book Festival: Honorable Mention, Biography Anchorless -- New England Book Festival: Runner Up, Biography Three Funerals for My Father: Love, Loss and Escape from Vietnam -- Shortlisted for the 29th Annual Hamilton Literary Awards.
Contests June Sister: Essay -- Surrey International Writers Conference, Finalist
Genres Academic, Biography & Memoir, Educational, Fiction, Nonfiction, Short Stories, Technical
Available For Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements
Services Offered Book Reviews, Corporate Writing, Freelance Writing, Ghostwriting, Manuscript Reading & Consultation, Research, Storytelling, Web Content