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Last summer, Hyphen posted seven pieces from Matthew Salesses's (then) forthcoming book, I'm Not Saying, I'm Just...

Karissa Chen | Tue, Mar 19th- 9:50am | fiction, Giveaway, Matthew Salesses, Books Section

In this collection of short stories, Ogawa creates a world that is unsettlingly quotidian.

Jee Yoon Lee | Thu, Feb 14th- 10:15am | Revenge, Yoko Ogawa, Books Section, Fiction, Reviews

Young Kenichi grows from a boy dreamer to a man, compelled to endure the hardships of the sea to achieve his goal of becoming the first person to sail solo across the Pacific Ocean.

Sabina Chen | Sat, Feb 9th- 4:44pm | Hanae Rivera, Kodoku, William Emery, Books Section, Reviews

Fresh Off the Boat is a funny romp through chef and writer Eddie Huang's adventures with sports, chicks, sneaker, guns, weed and the like.

Nina F. Ichikawa | Tue, Feb 5th- 10:06am | Eddie Huang, Florida, Francis Lam, Fresh Off the Boat, hip hop, memoir, the South, Books Section, Reviews

These Three Things

Thanhha Lai’s 2011 National Book Award-winning young adult novel Inside Out and Back Again is the story of Ha, an adolescent Vietnamese girl who lives in Saigon during the Vietnam War. When the North Vietnamese army captures Saigon in...

Cathlin Goulding | Thu, Jun 20th- 12:33pm | books section, Inside Out and Back Again, Thanhha Lai, Books, Books Section, Issue 26: The South - Spring 2013

There is a luminous quality to these portraits of the after-effects of war.

G. Justin Hulog | Thu, Jan 24th- 8:16am | Joel Pickford, Soul Calling, Books Section, Photography, Reviews

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s renowned chief medical correspondent, tackles the world of fiction with his latest book, Monday Mornings.

Joyce Chen | Thu, Jan 17th- 9:07am | Monday Mornings, Sanjay Gupta, Books Section, Fiction, Reviews

Munaweera’s writing is everywhere remarkable: a concentrated lyricism that is supple, and at the same time, muscular.

Nawaaz Ahmed | Thu, Jan 10th- 1:11pm | Island of a Thousand Mirrors, Nayomi Munaweera, Books Section, Fiction, Reviews

Though the Japanese American internment experience has been represented by more distinguished photographers, not many capture the internee perspective -- let alone in such striking color.

Sachi Schuricht | Thu, Jan 3rd- 7:34am | Bill Manbo, Colors of Confinement, Eric L. Muller, Books Section, Photography, Reviews

Harden’s book is remarkable in the way that it charts the growth of Shin, from a child born to prisoners, to a young, angry student, to a skillful survivor, to a disaffected adult, and, finally, to an activist.

Noah Cho | Thu, Dec 27th- 7:14am | Blaine Harden, Escape from Camp 14, Books Section, Reviews

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