‘Skin molted like a lazy adder/while sinew pooled like glue.//Bone fractured next/like desert rose glass/then melted too.’

By Tom Phan
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April’s releases by Asian diasporic writers include new works from Samrat Upadhyay, Durga Chew-Bose, and Mai Der Vang.

A day without a hate crime, Asian-American activism in 1970s Los Angeles, worlds made possible by the NEA

Language boundaries and the quest for diversity, empowerment, and the need for Feminism and International Women’s Day

Carving a subversive current in the cinematic status quo, the deep roots of Islamophobia in America, and the political power of laughter.

Representing friendship between women of color, making your mom’s stir-fried tomato and eggs recipe, finding strength in the face of relentless fear, and more.

Apply to be a intern at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.

From Hari Alluri’s electrifying poetry to Patty Yumi Cottrell’s dark absurdism, March is a month filled with exciting new releases from Asian diasporic writers.

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan illustrates the life of Japanese feminist writer Raich? Hiratsuka and her magazine dedicated to empowering women

Poetry mixtapes, music for aliens, Asian American science fiction and more.

Muslim Ban CliffsNotes, honoring the late, great Bharati Mukherjee, why Fred Korematsu’s story still matters today, and more.

April’s releases by Asian diasporic writers include new works from Samrat Upadhyay, Durga Chew-Bose, and Mai Der Vang.

Apply to be a intern at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.

A day without a hate crime, Asian-American activism in 1970s Los Angeles, worlds made possible by the NEA

From Hari Alluri’s electrifying poetry to Patty Yumi Cottrell’s dark absurdism, March is a month filled with exciting new releases from Asian diasporic writers.

Language boundaries and the quest for diversity, empowerment, and the need for Feminism and International Women’s Day

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan illustrates the life of Japanese feminist writer Raich? Hiratsuka and her magazine dedicated to empowering women

Carving a subversive current in the cinematic status quo, the deep roots of Islamophobia in America, and the political power of laughter.

Poetry mixtapes, music for aliens, Asian American science fiction and more.

Representing friendship between women of color, making your mom’s stir-fried tomato and eggs recipe, finding strength in the face of relentless fear, and more.

Muslim Ban CliffsNotes, honoring the late, great Bharati Mukherjee, why Fred Korematsu’s story still matters today, and more.