Review: CRYING IN H MART by Michelle Zauner

“Am I even Korean anymore if there’s no one left to call and ask which brand of seaweed we used to buy?”  I’m in my early 20s. I haven’t lived with my family full-time since I was 17 and moved to attend college in Northern California; even before then, starting when I was 15, I… Read More

Upcoming releases by Asian American authors that should be on your radar | May – December 2021

As Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month approaches, I really can’t wait to start celebrating the craft and work of Asian American authors. In light of the recent violence and racism targeting, harming, and even killing Asian Americans across the U.S., I think it’s vital that we take the month of May to support… Read More

Review: THE DEATH OF VIVEK OJI by Akwaeke Emezi

According to Oxford Languages, a ghost story (n.) is “a story involving ghosts or ghostly circumstances, intended to be suspenseful or scary.” We know from THE DEATH OF VIVEK OJI’s title and opening sentence — “They burned down the market on the day that Vivek Oji died” — that Vivek Oji is dead, but we’re not… Read More


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