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“Some Are Always Hungry” is an inquiry into what sustains humanity through intergenerational injustice

Jihyun Yun’s Some Are Always Hungry examines the imminent impact of war, immigration and poverty on three generations of women. Dedicated to the women in her life, Yun writes through the lens of food...

Angela Chen demystifies the spectrum of asexuality in her debut book, “Ace”

Although societal awareness of queer identities continues to expand, many folks remain misinformed about asexuality. Misconceptions about asexuality, according to Angela Chen, exist due to many factors, including underrepresentation, historical exclusion, and compulsory sexuality...

“Craft in the Real World” is a compelling call to action for a more...

The Iowa Writers' Workshop, the first Master's of Fine Arts program in the U.S, rose in popularity during the Cold War under Paul Engle's leadership. He encouraged writers to value individualism, a Western ideology...

A Young Adult novel that captures the complicated dynamic between mental health, culture and...

Set in Australia, The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai Chim follows 16-year-old Anna Chui, whose life is a balancing act between managing the demands of school and tending to her family's...

Children’s book “Hot Pot Night!” encourages a delicious communal dining experience

Vincent Chen's debut picture book "Hot Pot Night!" invites children as young as three years old to a lively story about food, culture and community. The book begins in an apartment complex in which...