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  • Returning: Two Poems by Wendy Chin-Tanner

    ‘If not agates, then barnacles, if not / sweet-smelling seaweed, then shattered shells./ The traveler need not journey on. // If not mussels, then sea glass, if not // smooth surfaces, then rocks pocked by anemones. / The traveler’s journey is one of return.’

    By Wendy Chin-Tanner

Reformations: Indonesian Literature in Translation

  • Everyday Islam: Abidah El Khalieqy’s Mataraisa

    ‘But what has happened in our era? If just one vocal daring woman steps forth and speaks of the inequalities of the age and criticizes the establishment, especially those who hold authority, then she is immediately muzzled!’

    By Abidah El Khalieqy

Asian Americana

  • Setting a Place

    Sustainable eating can often feel like the privilege of a well-heeled elite, but how do the appetites and labor of New York City’s immigrant communities fit into the picture?

    By Rohan Kamicheril