Books & Literature

"Its loose story was told in imagery. Dances, and blood, and grain. It was ritual, presented as theater."
Amy K. Bell
March 24, 2022
Arah Ko
March 6, 2022
A photo of the author on a cream background and a book cover with two white masks against a black background
Abbigail Nguyen Rosewood
February 26, 2022
Megan Pinto
February 5, 2022
A Review of Jean Chen Ho’s Fiona and Jane
Kathy Chow
February 5, 2022
Cathy Linh Che
January 25, 2022
Gish Jen's Thank You, Mr. Nixon (Knopf, Feb. 1, 2022) is abundant with insights on China-America issues from the ’70s to the present
Evelyn NienMing Chien
January 12, 2022
A Review of The Many Meanings of Meilan
Mary Malhotra
January 10, 2022
Poets Tiana Nobile and Muriel Leung talk about the journeys leading to their books, the power of Asian American mentorship, and poetry as a means for healing.  
Tiana Nobile
November 16, 2021
"philly for the weekend" and "alternate reality in which i don't say goodbye to my grandmother over video chat"
Angbeen Saleem
November 4, 2021
Evelyn NienMing Chien
May 24, 2021
By the time I embraced Korean culture, it was suddenly desirable. Being Korean was cool. Having my birth culture enter the mainstream was complicated as an American-raised adoptee. I felt guilty that I didn’t know about Korean culture until it was popular and embarrassed that I didn’t grow up the child of Korean parents or with any connection to Korean culture. I felt guilty because I did not feel like I had earned the benefits of the Korean brand.
Samantha Rauer
May 11, 2021

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