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Hanya Yanagihara’s ‘A Little Life’ is a complex, frustrating must read

Hanya Yanagihara appears in Seattle in conversation with David K. Wheeler on Friday, November 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the University book store.

‘Zero and Other Fictions’ an insightful, moving collection

"Huang Fan is somewhat of a modern icon in his native Taiwan. Since 1979, he has written a number of award-winning essays, short stories, and novels. Yet none has been translated for Western audiences, despite Huang’s impressive career, until recently. 'Zero and Other Fictions' is Huang’s English-language debut and represents his best previously published short work." This review is part of the International Examiner's 2015 Pacific Reader series.

The Ginseng Hunter

In Jeff Talarigo’s novel “The Ginseng Hunter”, a solitary man becomes reluctantly involved in the lives of North Koreans who have illegally entered China. Though his reluctance soon recedes, it is replaced by a...

The Ginseng Hunter

Paul Komada’s multimedia exhibition, 'Monument In Memory: Abstract Alaskan Way,' is described as a preemptive memorialization of the Alaskan Way Viaduct,