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.
Thank you to all those who submitted applications to Mr. Hyphen 2014! After careful review of the record number of applications we received, we're so excited to announce our 12 semi-finalists!
San Francisco's annual Lit Crawl is the city's preeminent literary event, and for the second year in a row ...
Community organizer Sean Miura lets us in on why he decided to compete, what it takes to win, and his plans for the future as 2013's Mr. Hyphen.
We are proud to introduce our inaugural Hyphen hero, Vina Ha, co-founder of the DM Public Interest Fellowship.
Lead singer Stanley Lam describes
Largesse’s sound as “folky-rock with harmonies” inspired by anything from
nineties indie rock to blue grass.
Not sure what to wear to our PJ Soiree Party on September 13th? Want to win the sleepwear contest? Get some fashion advice straight from the guest judges for the evening, Jenny Ton and Julia Rhee of Retrofit Republic.
"The name Rice Rockettes references both the Radio
City Music Hall Rockettes, and the term ‘rice rocket,’ because
just like the car, we’re an Asian model that’s been seriously ‘tricked
Emcees Terry Park and Ryan Takemiya complete each other.
Sean Miura takes home the crown and title of Mr. Hyphen 2013.
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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