Henry Chang

photo by Marilynn K. Yee

Events

Lucky Jack's ( downstairs Lounge) 'LUCKY' Book Launch party
129 Orchard St. ( between Rivington and Delancey sts.)
LES NYC 1-212-477-6555
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Author reads from LUCKY
7-9pm Free event Books available.

Museum of the Chinese in America (MOCA) 1-212-619-4785
215 Centre St. ( between Howard St. and Grand St.)
Thursday, March 23, 2017 Author reading from 'LUCKY'
6:30-9pm Free for MOCA members. Books available.

Asian American/​Asian Research Institute ( AAARI-CUNY ) 1-212-869-0182 /​ 0187
25 West 43rd St. Room 1000
Friday, March 24, 2017 Author reading from 'LUCKY'
6-8pm Free. Books available

Chinese Historical Society of America ( CHSA ) 1-415- 391- 1188
965 Clay St. Chinatown San Francisco
Saturday afternoon April 1, 2017 at 1pm Author reading from 'LUCKY'
Free event Books available for sale

Bar On Chinatown redux Manhattan
45 Mott St. ( Downstairs)
Tuesday evening April 18, 2017 from 6-9:30 pm ( or whenever )
AUTHOR Talk, Q&A, Mix 'N Mingle
Free Event with all Happy Hour prices/​Bar drink tickets qualify for twice-hourly Book Doorprize ( Death Money ) raffle! signed 'LUCKY' available for sale

Radio WGCH AM1490 Connecticut Saturday April 22, 2017
Hear LUCKY 'Conversations' segment of "Marvels Of China' Broadcast starting at 10:30am EST Author talks about LUCKY

'LUCKY' on Sunday at '21 Pell' st.
AT 21 Pell St. Sunday afternoon 4/​23, 3pm. Behind the green doors in the historic heart of NYC Chinatown. AUTHOR reads, TALK about 'NYPD Detective Jack Yu' series.
Free Event signed 'LUCKY', DEATH MONEY' available for sale.

NYPL Seward Park Library 192 East Broadway
May 11th Thursday evening 6-8pm
Free event. AUTHOR reading from LUCKY. Q&A

ChinamericaRadio
Interview with Steve Warren Author discusses LUCKY
May 8th, 10am
Link: HenryChangProgram
chinamericaradio.com

Review by Kingdom Book's Beth Kanell
Recommended Summer Reading
May 18 2017 "Henry Chang's "Chinatown Trilogy" Conclude with Book 5, LUCKY
Link: kingdombks.blogspot.com

Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival in Chinatown
May 21, 10am - 4pm @​ Mott Street, Pell St., and Bayard St
Author signing at OCA ( Organization of Chinese-Americans) table/​Booth
Also appearing at '21Pell' street, 3rd Fl. exhibit Transcontinental Railroad/​Corky Lee

Pia Lindstrom Radio Show
Author discusses LUCKY with Pia Lindstrom
Tune in to SiriusXM Stars Channel 109 on Sunday at 7am and 7pm
Follow on Twitter @​PiaLindstromSXM






Organization of Chinese Americans- Greater Philadelphia (OCA- GP)
Location TBD
POSTPONED 2017 Author reads from 'LUCKY'
Time TBD Free event. Books availabl




Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW) Writer's Group
At Chinese Progressive Association (CPA)
28 Ash Street. Boston 1-617-426-5313
TBD reading from 'LUCKY'.
Free. Books available for sale.





Book Expo of America
Jacob Javits Center NYC
TBD May 2017
Time: 10:45 am
Signing books at Mystery Writers of America Booth ( MWA) FREE with Admission


Kinokuniya Books NYC 1-(212)-869-1700
1073 Avenue of the Americas (next to Bryant Park)
TBD 2017
tbd pm Free
reading/​signing




Selected Works

e.g. Fiction, History, Magazine Articles, etc. goes here
Dailo LUCKY goes on a rampage to regain Chinatown!
In the NYPD Detective Jack Yu Series
"Chang's fifth novel is a turbo-charged requiem for a blood brotherhood rooted in a distant past." Kirkus Reviews "Detective Jack Yu returns in a pulse-pounding fifth investigation in New York's Chinatown...!" PenguinRandom House, Barnes&Nobles "Destiny could find no better assistant...than Jack Yu." The Wall Street Journal "If you don't know the Chinatown of Henry Chang's Jack Yu, I think you'll want to." SJ Rozan, author of Lydia Chin series.
Death Money
"Exciting and absorbing" The Wall Street Journal "Fast-paced, edgy, and flavorful!" Kirkus Reviews "The depiction of Chinatown sets this apart from other gritty police procedurals" Publishers Weekly
Mystery/Crime Fiction
"For readers who relish noir suspense, it doesn’t get any better than this stunning novel."
--The Boston Globe review
"A worthy series. Detective Jack Yu is a fellow whose adventures should be worth following, and now takes us even further beneath the surface... "
"An Asian-flavored The Wire...a richly atmospheric panorama of New York's immigrant demimonde..." from Entertainment Weekly. DEATH MONEY , the fourth NYPD detective Jack Yu mystery, is dropping on March 15, 2014. https://medium.com/p/eea37d7a5382 Hope y'all dig it...from da soul.