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The Visibility Project and Hyphen magazine have partnered to create LGBTQ Hyphen, the first dedicated LGBTQ online section in a mainstream and nationwide Asian American publication. This is historic. We raise and highlight LGBTQ AAPI voices like never before and bring LGBTQ AAPI opinions and lenses to national debates.
Scratch the surface of every author, especially those who write for children, and you’ll find a former child booknerd. The kids who escaped their lives in piles of lovingly thumbed-through books. I was that kid. Lydia Kang and Ellen Oh were also that kid.
'Tis the season to give! And to share some holiday cheer and direct good karma your way, Hyphen's Food & Agriculture Editor Nina Fallenbaum Ichikawa writes to you, dear Hyphen readers, about how you can help keep Asian America's only print and online mag going strong. Thank you for your continued support -- there's no way we could do it without you!
Aman Sethi’s non-fiction book, A Free Man: A True Story of Life and Death in Delhi, is a journalistic work that explores the life of one of those thousands of nameless workers who are a part of India’s growth story.
Mosarrap Hossain Khan
November 28, 2013 - 1:44am
During October's New York Comic Con, Diana Pho was sexually and
racially harassed by Mike Babchik, host of the online webseries Man Banterand SiriusXM Radio producer for Mad Dog Radio. Pho garnered widespread
online attention upon speaking out
against her harassment online. Despite apologizes issued by representatives of New York Comic Con and Man
Banter, Babchik has remained silent.
In this open letter, Pho directs her own message to Babchik.
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