Introducing The Hyphen Reader, a brand new literary initiative from Hyphen!
Heroism defines much of what happens in
comic books. But the lines between hero and villain may depend on who tells the story.
"Motherfuckers think Philippine history is not worth knowing. That’s why
they ask those questions. But even Filipinos ask that question, and that is
Although you really want to hate and
slap the yellow out of Mr. Leu, you also can’t help but be somewhat impressed.
Apology may be a
first novel, but it suffers from none of the usual first novel flaws such as fuzzy
characterizations or hurried plots that feel like an editor rushed a manuscript
The mission of the Pink Gang is to help “equality and justice for women,
the lower castes, and the poor.”
Three Years and Eight Months
introduces young readers to the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World
War II through the eyes of Choi, a young boy who sees his family torn apart by
The stories in the collection display this contradiction between the old and new
worlds, and of how America and views about America both bind and destroy
Lively children’s book Bye,
Bye, Motabhai! follows the tortuous trail of a camel while he escapes his demoralizing vegetable-cart
job with the help of four adventurous children.
Get out your laptops and dust off your dirty minds, Hyphen readers, and
let’s get loo-loose with it!
Birds do it. Bees do it. It's our hottest issue yet, featuring sizzling drag queen Raja Gemini on the cover.
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