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Hannah Bae (CTY student '99-'01, staff '04-'06) is proud to announce the publication of her essay "Survival Mode" in the forthcoming young adult anthology "(Don't) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start the Conversation about Mental Health," to be published on Oct. 2 by Algonquin Young Readers. The book is a collection devoted to the topic of mental health, and in her essay, Hannah discusses academic achievement, Korean culture and the impact of mental health issues in her family.
She will be speaking at a New York City book launch event for "(Don't) Call Me Crazy" on Oct. 8 at 6 pm at Books Of Wonder Uptown (217 W 84th St, New York, NY). The book is available for preorder from independent booksellers and Amazon.
Hannah is an award-winning journalist who has worked for CNN, Newsday, the U.S. State Department and other organizations. She is a freelancer writer and illustrator who served as editor/writer for food and drink for the Monocle Travel Guide to Seoul, and you can follow her on Twitter at @hanbae and on Instagram at @eatdrinkdraw.