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Published February 8, 2021

Examining the Might of Shang-Chi with Writer Gene Luen Yang

Angélique Roché chats with the scribe on the latest 'Marvel's Voices'!

On Marvel’s Voices, your host Angélique Roché holds in-depth conversations with Marvel's finest storytellers about their creative processes, collaborations, and professional journeys.

Today's episode features MacArthur Fellow Gene Luen Yang, who discusses his book American Born Chinese, which became the first graphic novel to win the American Library Association’s Printz Award, and what it's like writing SHANG-CHI at the House of Ideas.

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