Interviews & Podcasts

Author Jamie Ford discusses his newest novel, The Many Daughters of Afong MoyLibrary Journal
A tale of inherited trauma, but also inherited hope, told in the matrilineal voices of generations of Chinese women.

‘Bitter Injustice’ invites N.H. residents to reflect on the internment of Japanese Americans 80 years agoNew Hampshire Public Radio
Public libraries and high schools across New Hampshire have been hosting a series of discussions surrounding the 80th anniversary of the internment of Japanese Americans.

The Hopeless Romanticism of Jamie Ford’s Latest NovelPublishers Weekly
‘The Many Daughters of Afong Moy,’ Ford’s emotional fourth novel, blends historical and speculative fiction as it bends time.

A Q&A With Jamie Ford, Author of August Indie Next List Top Pick, The Many Daughters of Afong Moy – Independent booksellers across the country have chosen Jamie Ford’s The Many Daughters of Afong Moy (Atria Books) as their top pick for the August 2022 Indie Next List.


Jamie Ford’s writing is seductive as he intertwines the lives of Dorothy, Annabel and their ancestors within a rich swirl of history and imaginationBookpage (starred review)

Ford’s tragically beautiful book will make readers cry and smileLibrary Journal (starred review)