May brings in queer Taiwanese cult classics, erotic manga and the fictional saga of a Palestinian family through the years.
The author of Sorry to Disrupt the Peace reflects on writing out of desperation, Fiona Apple, and the novel as a ghostly space.
Before I could go back to the Philippines in real life, I did so on paper, through my first novel.
The award-winning writer talks about her new acclaimed short story collection, the anxiety of exile, and figuring out which narrative you belong to.
Three generations of Cambodian women in my family wrestle with the inherited trauma of the Khmer Rouge