“BRIDGE OF KNOTS is a pandemic story that is not about the pandemic. It is a book of character-revealing sentences, of displacement, of humor. It is a book about what it is like to live in the world today, both in a communal sense and in an individual sense--in other words, what is it like to live in this body, in this family, in these circumstances? Through reading this story, I came to understand myself better. What more can a reader ask for?” —Matthew Salesses, author of The Hundred-Year Flood
Fiction. Hybrid. Asian & Asian American Studies.
C.E. Shue holds an MFA from the University of San Francisco and has been published in Drunken Boat, Entropy, Washington Square, Sparkle & Blink, Flash Fiction Review, Paragraph, E*Ratio, Spiral Orb, Lumina, Storyscape, The Satirist, flock, Poet As Radio, Switchback, The Collagist, and other journals. The recipient of scholarships and grants from USF, The Provincetown Fine Arts Workshop, Vermont Studio Center, and Kundiman, she was a longtime board member for The Bay Area Generations reading series.