NPR KQED: Forum with Michael Krasny: 'Exiled' Describes Plight of Cambodian Refugees Facing Deportation
Public Radio International’s The Takeaway: 46 Cambodians are Set to be Deported from California. Will Governor Jerry Brown Intervene?
November 2018 Issue of Pacific Standard magazine: Katya Cengel tracks the lives of four families following the fall of the genocidal Khmer Rouge
Fall 2018 Issue of Foreign Policy Magazine: Books in Brief: Exiled: From the Killing Fields of Cambodia to California and Back
PRX Guy Rathbun: Exiled
Donna Seebow Show/Warriors for Peace: A conversation
KPFA Bookwaves on Cover to Cover: Bookwaves - January 3, 2019: Katya Cengel
KPBS Midday Edition: Journalist’s Book Explains Barriers Refugees Face in US
New Times San Luis Obispo: Cal Poly Professor has new book
Dave Congalton Hometown Radio: Author Katya Cengel discusses her new book about Cambodian genocide in the 1970 and the stories of four separate families
WFPL Morning Edition with Bill Burton: Former Courier-Journal Reporter Profiles Plight Of Cambodian Immigrants In New Book
NewsRadio 840 WHAS with Terry Meiners: Katya Cengel talks about "Exiled: From the Killing Fields of Cambodia to California and Back"
Louisville Courier Journal: The anguish of family separation can have far-reaching effects
Argus Courier: International Journalist has Local Roots