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.
Between the lines of Carlos Villa's artwork is a
Filipino American history of migrants, empire, and selfhood -- but only if you look closely.
Anita Desai’s latest volume, The Artist of Disappearance, consists of a trio of novellas set in a changing Indian landscape.
Luminarium, in all its girth, is meditating on the dyad of reality and the virtual, and on the postmodern dilemma of not being able to distinguish between the two.
There is a certain catalyzing style
that comes of utter fearlessness, and the poet Bao Phi has cornered it with his
debut poetry collection, Sông I Sing.
The World We Found is Thrity Umrigar's sixth novel and a rumination on the effects of the '93 Mumbai riots on four friends.
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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