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November brings us a lovely poem by Karen An-hwei Lee, wherein a speaker ruminates simultaneously on aging and youth. The poem is filled with gentle sibilances and delicate images that emulate the ephemeral quality life. Read this one somewhere quiet, where you can sit with it afterwards. -- Karissa Chen, Fiction & Poetry Editor
The combination of travel and food is always alluring. There
are countless travelogues, cookbooks, and documentaries bringing diverse
cultures of the world together with exciting cuisines in adventurous, often
romantic storylines. Jen Lin-Liu’s On the
Noodle Road: From Beijing to Rome with Love and Pasta delivers that
adventure along with an unsolved mystery of where the noodle originated--was it
Italy, China, or somewhere in between?
My family’s trauma has always
captivated me, but I’ve always known that it was only one story in a sea of
millions. That sea is what Sheila Miyoshi Jaeger explores in Brothers at War, a detailed and
captivating look at the circumstances, causes, and effects of the Korea War.
Hyphen blogger S. Nadia Hussain wrestles with the effectiveness of education and advocacy to reduce hate crimes, when we're still faced with a barrage of anti-Muslim stereotypes in media and public discourse.
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