After school this week, the kids at my daughters’ elementary school are rushing over to the library. They’re clutching wrinkled envelopes filled with checks ...
The Japanese American experience is rarely tackled in mainstream literature. In 2015, Asian protagonists are still conspicuously absent from novels, missing in popular films, and ...
Three years after the release of her first novel, The Longshot, Katie Kitamura is drawing praise once again for her second novel, Gone to the ...
Read Part 1 >>I was having the time of my life, working a few hours a day as a dishwasher in the mess hall and ...
When we arrived at Tule Lake in the morning, we were greeted by a man who claimed to be our Block Manager. It was nice ...
Daytime we could get only two radio stations—small town stations in Medford and Klamath Falls, Oregon that played incessantly.
the women dug the lakebedand ...
Last week, Patricia Wakida wrote a profile on translator Andrew Leong on his upcoming book, Lament in the Night, a collection of two novellas by ...
The Tale of Osato is an astonishing fable of pre-war Los Angeles, whose protagonist is a determined young Issei who works herself to the point ...
Read Part 1 >> AL: Well, in terms of making a queer relationship visible, one thing that really moved me about your work was how rigorously ...
Amy Sueyoshi, Associate Dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, has just published a book entitled Queer Compulsions: Race, Nation ...
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