Angelica So

Bookseller, English Buyer
Favorite Genres
biography, Creative nonfiction, graphic novel, , travel
Angelica So is a California native who earned her Ph.D. in French literature at Emory University. She was previously a Visiting Assistant Professor at Emory and a Mellon Teaching Fellow at the University of New Mexico. Her articles on Southeast Asian Francophone literature have been published in journals such as The French Review, Genocide Studies and Prevention, and Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics. A Francophone literary scholar, and a member of the Asie du Sud Est Research Network (ASERN), Angelica So is the English language book buyer at Albertine.
Booksellers, English Books Buyer
Angelica So | February 8, 2022
The twelve disparate chapters and stories make Une Éclipse an easy subway read for the commute to or from work. It’s also an opportunity for fans of singer-songwriter Raphaël and lovers of his hit songs (“Caravane,” “Schengen,” “Le vent de l’hiver”) to discover his literary talent.
The twelve disparate chapters and stories make Une Éclipse an easy subway read for the commute to or from work. It’s also an opportunity for fans of singer-songwriter Raphaël and lovers of his hit songs (“Caravane,” “Schengen,” “Le vent de l’hiver”) to discover his literary talent.
The twelve disparate chapters and stories make Une Éclipse an easy subway read for the commute to or from work.…
Angelica So | February 8, 2022
Em is the perfect read for Tết or Lunar New Year. Prepare to be enveloped in Thúy’s graceful and delicate prose, as you commemorate Vietnamese history and bear witness to the diverse and overlapping experiences of the Vietnamese diaspora.
Em is the perfect read for Tết or Lunar New Year. Prepare to be enveloped in Thúy’s graceful and delicate prose, as you commemorate Vietnamese history and bear witness to the diverse and overlapping experiences of the Vietnamese diaspora.
Em is the perfect read for Tết or Lunar New Year. Prepare to be enveloped in Thúy’s graceful and delicate…
Angelica So | September 26, 2021
A poignant and deeply moving account of one of the darkest periods in Cambodian history—and a family’s survival.
A poignant and deeply moving account of one of the darkest periods in Cambodian history—and a family’s survival.
A poignant and deeply moving account of one of the darkest periods in Cambodian history—and a family’s survival.