Paul Yoon is selected as a Cullman Center Fellow

We are delighted to share the news that Paul Yoon has been selected as a 2015-2016 Fellow at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, granting him residence in and invaluable access to the New York Public Library as he pursues a research-oriented project. The Cullman Center encourages a highly collaborate, scholarly, and creative atmosphere, and has been historically awarded to many Prize-winning and prominent authors. Paul was chosen, along with fourteen other Fellows, from a record-high number of applicants.

NYPL President Tony Marx announces in a press release: "It is my honor to welcome a new class of Cullman Center fellows to The New York Public Library. At the Library's iconic Schwarzman Building, these Fellows have a magnificent opportunity to access our world-renowned collections and thrive in an environment that supports their research and inspires creativity. I congratulate the new Fellows and look forward to seeing the unique and creative ways they engage with our collection."

Read the full announcement here.