Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics


Online Exclusive

Online Exclusive: Audio Reading and Q&A with Margaret Rhee

Margaret Rhee's robot poems are quirky, lovely, and full of humanity. They're just strange enough to make the reader consider our connections from a new angle, but suffused with enough longing and emotion to resonate. The two poems featured in...

Karissa Chen | Thu, Mar 12th- 12:02pm | audio readings, Literature, margaret rhee, Poetry, Q&A, Online Exclusive, Issue 28: The R/Evolution Issue - Fall 2014

Online Exclusive: Audio Excerpt and Q&A with Christine Hyung-Oak Lee

While Christine Hyung-Oak Lee's story "Permission to Marry" doesn't seem obviously linked to the theme of "R/Evolution," a closer read of the story sees the many ways in which the parents -- and their younger generation -- have to constantly re-...

Karissa Chen | Wed, Mar 18th- 12:05pm | audio readings, Christine Hyung-Oak Lee, Literature, Q&A, Fiction, Online Exclusive, Issue 28: The R/Evolution Issue - Fall 2014

Sex Ed

Miranda Uog was raised by her grandparents, Cambodian refugees who shunned any mention of dating and wanted her to earn a college degree before having a boyfriend. Her own mother entered into an arranged marriage as a teenager and gave birth to...

Alec MacDonald | Thu, Jun 27th- 9:33pm | Online Exclusive, Issue 27: Sex - Summer 2013

Online Exclusive: Audio Excerpt and Q&A with Tina Bartolome

The first thing you notice when you dive into "End of the Line" is how the voice of the narrator pops. Tina Bartolome, herself a native of the Bay Area, grabs us with a teenager girl's sass and surety, and from there on, she never lets us go. We...

Karissa Chen | Thu, Jan 29th- 1:18pm | audio excerpts, Literature, Q&A, Tina Bartolome, Fiction, Online Exclusive, Issue 27: Sex - Summer 2013

Online Exclusive: An Audio Reading and Short Conversation With Matthew Olzmann

Matthew Olzmann's poems are equal parts humorous, quirky, fantastical and emotional. When you enter an Olzmann poem, you often have no idea where he's taking you, but stick with his lines and before you know it, you've been sucker-punched and...

Karissa Chen | Thu, Jan 29th- 1:13pm | audio readings, Literature, Matthew Olzmann, Poetry, poetry, Q&A, Online Exclusive, Issue 27: Sex - Summer 2013

 

While the Silicon Valley of Apple and Facebook is no longer a land of blossoms and orchards, Chinese farmers like the Kuangs continue to wage a battle for farmland preservation in Santa Clara County.

...

John C. Liau | Tue, Feb 19th- 12:52pm | Business, Food, Online Exclusive, Health & Environment, Issue 26: The South - Spring 2013, Immigration

Online Exclusive: A Reading of “Alma, 1942” and Q&A with Poet Brynn Saito

Brynn Saito is the author of poetry collection The Palace of Contemplating Departure, winner of the Benjamin Saltman Award and forthcoming from Red Hen Press in March 2013.  Her poem, “Alma, 1942” is featured in Hyphen Issue 26. We...

Karissa Chen | Sun, Jan 27th- 11:31am | audio readings, Brynn Saito, Poetry, poetry, Q&A, Online Exclusive, Issue 26: The South - Spring 2013

Online Exclusive: An Audio Excerpt of “Deliveries” and a Short Conversation with Author T Kira Madden

T Kira Madden is a writer and photographer in New York City whose fiction have been published in venues such as The Fiddleback, elimae,and Fourteen Hills.  Her short story “Deliveries” is featured in Hyphen Issue 26. We...

Karissa Chen | Thu, Jan 29th- 1:17pm | audio readings, Literature, Q&A, T Kira Madden, Fiction, Online Exclusive, Issue 26: The South - Spring 2013

Syndicate content

Current Issue: 28

The R/Evolution Issue

We're talkin' 'bout a revolution! Our latest issue features key revolutionaries Grace Lee Boggs and Yuri Kochiyama, along with grassroots movements happening today.

DONATE & GET YOUR COPY

Current Hyphen Magazine Issue

Hyphen Email Updates

Be Our Friend

Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr

Lenox Butterfly Collection

Twitter

CAAM Fest 2015