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Nobuko Miyamoto’s memoir, Not Yo’ Butterfly, shares the life story of a visionary leader...

Reading artist and activist Nobuko Miyamoto’s illuminating and inspiring memoir, Not Yo’ Butterfly: My Long Song of Relocation, Race, Love and Revolution, feels like being regaled by a beloved relative sharing wisdom through stories...

Graphic novel “Flamer” can help its teen readers cope with a sadly common culture...

Aiden Navarro, the teenaged Filipino American protagonist of Mike Curato’s touching graphic novel, Flamer, is anxious about many things: After years of attending a Catholic school where he was bullied, he will soon begin...

“My Brother’s Husband Volume 2” continues to show that love and family come...

In the follow-up volume to his 2017 award-winning graphic novel My Brother’s Husband, artist and author Gengoroh Tagame expands on a major theme of the first book:  that love and families come in different...

Graphic novel humanizes gay people for Japanese audiences and beyond

What happens when Japanese anxieties over foreigners and homosexuality converge in the presence of an affable, burly Canadian?

Yuri Kochiyama: A remembrance and appreciation

Activist led life of compassion and committment