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Graphic novelist Thien Pham recalls memories of immigration through food in “Family Style”

The powerful link between food and memory has always evoked a powerful emotion. To no surprise, there have been some stunning memoirs structured around the theme of food and identity, such as Michelle Zauner’s...

After fighting his school bully, young boy goes to a meditation retreat in author...

No one ever asks to relive their angsty preteen years. When watching Disney movies becomes too childish and Santa Claus coming down a chimney seems outright laughable, those ages shortly before becoming a teenager...

Author/illustrator Gene Luen Yang profiles a basketball season in “Dragon Hoops”, learns to take...

Take a look into the crystal ball and it is obvious to say that 2020 will be defined by COVID-19. To sports fans, the year will be remembered as the lost season replete with...

Malaka Gharib shares her coming-of-age story in her graphic memoir “I Was Their American...

To be a young first-generation American typically means you’re going to have a hard time finding the right seat in your high school cafeteria. Simply wearing the cool clothes, eating the right foods, chatting...