Fall/Winter 2012: Portraiture

Download a Sampler of the Issue | Order Table of Contents Poetry Chris Santiago Tula Janine Joseph Exchanging Vows Louisa A. Igloria Huevos de Amor Collision Shayok Misha Chowdhury Kali Wakes in the Crematorium Hiromi Itō from Wild Grass on the Riverbank. translated by Jeffrey Angles Mia Ayumi Malhotra Crossing [This kind of morning] This [Continue Reading…]

Forum: Generations of Asian American Writers

Forum The notion of an “Asian American” literature emerged at the end of the 1960s and the start of the 1970s, when members of a generation just reaching their adulthood began to connect their commitment to left politics with creative expression.   A few short decades later, we find ourselves witnessing a flowering of literature [Continue Reading…]

Forum: What struggles does Asian American literature face?

Forum Asian American literary journals have historically burned hot but short.   Why so few of them have had much in the way of longevity is an open question, and one wonders what their vexed histories have to teach us.   What struggles does the Asian American literary journal face today?   What struggles does [Continue Reading…]