Professor Yun’s fiction explores the intersections of race, class, and gender in contemporary American society. She is particularly interested in the effects of immigration, cultural assimilation, violence and trauma, family dysfunction, and the mythological qualities of the American Dream.
Short fiction in The Massachusetts Review, Tin House, The Indiana Review, and The Best of Tin House: Stories. Creative non-fiction and reviews in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Review of Books. Scholarly articles on mentoring and faculty development in Innovative Higher Education and The NEA Higher Education Advocate.