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The Enter Question is the product of 826 Valencia's Young Authors' Book Project, an annual program through which we partner with a San Francisco High School to publish an anthology of student work. In 2013, young authors from San Francisco International High School worked with our volunteer tutors for a semester to write, refine, and edit this collection of essays about, in their words, "What it is like to start over in a new place."
The Students of San Francisco International High School are recent immigrants to the United States. This book was written by the 81 student members of the eleventh grade class with the support of tutors from the 826 Valencia writing center.Nyuol Lueth Tong is a South Sudanese author, editor, critic and educator. During the Sudanese civil war, his family was forced to flee their village, becoming refugees for a decade in northern Sudan and Egypt. He occasionally writes for South Sudanese news and literary outlets, and travels frequently around the United States to speak about issues both global and local. Tong is the founder and executive director of SELFSudan, a nonprofit with the mission of helping South Sudanese villagers build schools. In 2013 with McSweeney’s, he edited, introduced and contributed to There Is A Country, the first-ever anthology of fiction from the Republic of South Sudan. Tong is currently a Reginaldo Howard Memorial Scholar at Duke University. Erik Marinovich is a letterist and designer based in San Francisco. He is a co-founder of Friends of Type and has worked for clients such as New York Times, New York Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Atlantic Monthly, Wired, Metropolis magazine, GAP, Lincoln Motor Company, Nike; while also freelancing for various studios such as: Landor, Brand Union, Greatworks, Anomaly in New York. He was named Letter Cult’s Person of the Year 2011 and in 2012 co-founded Title Case, a lettering and design studio with fellow letterer Jessica Hische.