Topic: asian women writers


Reading Asian Women Writers: Joss and Gold by Shirley Geok-lin Lim

Reading Joss and Gold is both a refreshing take on an old tale, and an introductory crash course in racial politics, identity, colonialism, and ... [ more ]

Reading Joss and Gold is both a refreshing take on an old tale, and ... [ more ]

Reading Joss and Gold is both a refreshing take on an old tale, and an introductory crash course in ... [ more ]

Reading Asian Women Writers: In the Country by Mia Alvar

When it came out in 2015, I was so, so happy that Mia Alvar’s book of short stories In the Country was greeted with ... [ more ]

When it came out in 2015, I was so, so happy that Mia Alvar’s ... [ more ]

When it came out in 2015, I was so, so happy that Mia Alvar’s book of short stories In ... [ more ]

Reading Asian Women Writers: The Bird by Oh Jung-Hee

Invisibility is the theme for this month’s book. Invisible, because I am ashamed to admit that Korean female writers were invisible to me, and ... [ more ]

Invisibility is the theme for this month’s book. Invisible, because I am ashamed to ... [ more ]

Invisibility is the theme for this month’s book. Invisible, because I am ashamed to admit that Korean female writers ... [ more ]

Reading Asian Women Writers: Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Cafe

by Emily Yakashiro. For Emily’s previous review, of Hiromi Goto’s A Chorus of Mushrooms, click here. Next, Emily is planning to read and review ... [ more ]

by Emily Yakashiro. For Emily’s previous review, of Hiromi Goto’s A Chorus of Mushrooms, ... [ more ]

by Emily Yakashiro. For Emily’s previous review, of Hiromi Goto’s A Chorus of Mushrooms, click here. Next, Emily is ... [ more ]

Reading Asian Women Writers: Chorus of Mushrooms

by Emily Yakashiro The inspiration for this series came from a perfect storm of realizations. First, I spent my summer obsessing over Anaïs Nin ... [ more ]

by Emily Yakashiro The inspiration for this series came from a perfect storm of ... [ more ]

by Emily Yakashiro The inspiration for this series came from a perfect storm of realizations. First, I spent my ... [ more ]