What does it mean to be “man enough” in a modern-day society that is
constantly changing its perceived notions of the masculine ideal?
As part of our celebration of National Poetry Month, we offer you a second dose of Asian American poetry: "She Will Never" by Wing Tek Lum.
New Hyphen contributor Rachel Rostad reviews poet Hieu Minh Nguyen's debut collection, This Way to the Sugar.
Books reviewer Joyce Chen interviews author Peter Tieryas Liu about his first novel, Bald New World.
An ordinary college-aged underpaid sushi busboy finds himself landing in extraordinary situations in Fred Chao's latest graphic novel.
Kevin Kwan’s Crazy Rich Asians promises to be outlandish, fabulous, and definitely not “serious literature"--and we wouldn't want it any other way.
Books reviewer Joyce Chen reviews a new memoir by Anchee Min, a tale of one immigrant's balancing acts.
Tamiko Beyer’s collection of poems, We Come Elemental, confirms the arrival of an exciting new talent.
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. ...
We're talkin' 'bout a revolution! Our latest issue features key revolutionaries Grace Lee Boggs and Yuri Kochiyama, along with grassroots movements happening today.
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