Gilvarry reels us into what at first seems like an absurdist, post-modern satire on the endless “war on terror.”
Lee explores and highlights several aspects of Koreans and Korean Americans that are never discussed outside of the confines of those cultures.
E.C. Myers' debut novel Fair Coin
is an instructive example of this attempt to bridge -- or perhaps simply
to transcend -- the gap between ethnic YA and speculative YA.
have a friend whose litmus test for relationships consists of one question:
“Does he know how special you are?”
a book can weave its way into your consciousness so deeply that the characters
and stories merge with you, mirroring back buried pieces of you, and expand
your thinking in unimaginable ways.
Growing up as a Chinese American and a voracious reader,
Grace Lin’s favorite children’s books never contained any characters that
looked like her.
In The Beautiful and the Damned, novelist and journalist Siddhartha
Deb attempts what might seem impossible at first -- to create, through the
stories of a few Indians, a portrait of the new India.
Love books? Have strong opinions? Excited to share your thoughts?
Akhtar’s first novel, American Dervish, is
a coming-of-age story about a young American Muslim, Hayat Shah, who grows up
in 1980s Milwaukee.
Lysley Tenorio’s debut short story collection Monstress takes us through the metropolis of the San Francisco Bay
Area to wasteland cities in central California.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
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