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Brave New Voices: A Look at the Next Generation of Poets

Writer. Mentor. Teaching artist. Transformative justice activist. These are among the roles young Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) poets willingly take on. Speaking to four of Seattle’s finest recently, their maturity and wisdom was...

A Chinese American Ghost Story

It looks the same today as it did almost a century ago, like the abandoned set of an old Western movie, with two story buildings and wooden sidewalks. This is tiny Locke, located in...

Paper Pushing

What would you risk for love? “Steer Toward Rock”, Fae Myenne Ng’s latest novel, asks exactly this. Fifteen years after her critically acclaimed first novel “Bone” was released, Ng has captivated us again with...

Paper Pushing

CAPAA is seeking applicants for a Project Coordinator who will work with the Executive Director and Commissioners to serve the needs and priorities of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in Washington State.