Tag: Asian American
Making a MonstressFebruary 2016
The author on writing for Marvel, race and invisibility, and the radicality of romance novels.
Take My Name and Say It SlowFebruary 2016
"But where are you really from?" they ask, and I never know who to answer for, Thomas or Nuocheng?
Julia Angwin, Surya Mattu and Jeff Larson: The Tiger Mom TaxSeptember 2015
Asians are nearly twice as likely to get a higher price from Princeton Review.
High Schools, or How to Be Asian AmericanJuly 2012
After my parents were divorced I fell in love with the ugliest girl in my white high school. This was what I believed—the love part, I mean; the ugly part was true.
Don Lee: The Ethnic Literature BoxJune 2012
Christine Lee Zilka interviews Don Lee, author of the new novel The Collective, about cover-art Orientalism, character heritage, and the improbability of becoming a writer.