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Raichō Hiratsuka: In the Beginning, Woman Was the Sun

By Rowan Hisayo Buchanan | March 8, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan illustrates the life of Japanese feminist writer Raichō Hiratsuka and her magazine dedicated to empowering women

Obama in Kenya: Geographies of Diaspora in Four Movements

By Megan Fernandes | January 18, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

‘When we bury someone, cremate them, mark their grave, thousands of miles from their place of birth, we are in some ways promising that we will return to them and that we will return them.’

I am a Slave to Narrative

By Melani Budianta and Yvonne Michalik | December 10, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

The Indonesian fiction writer Intan Paramaditha on the political potential of horror and writing as a feminist practice

Everyday Islam: Abidah El Khalieqy’s Mataraisa

By Abidah El Khalieqy | November 6, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

‘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!’

Outside the Margins: A Weekly Link Roundup

By AAWW Staff | July 31, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Feminist sci-fi movies, queering Islam, and injustice in America

An Expelled Tongue: Translating Kim Hyesoon

By Emily Yoon | June 16, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Poet Don Mee Choi discusses the myth of fluency and what happens when translation is allowed to be hysterical

Kim Hyesoon: Two Poems

By Kim Hyesoon | June 16, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

How scared God must have been / when the woman who ate all the fruit of the tree he’d planted / was cutting out each red body from / between her legs

Elisha Lim: A Way to Draw Others

By Anne Ishii | December 11, 2014 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Toronto-based graphic novelist Elisha Lim talks about the people behind their latest book 100 Crushes, their Singaporean-Catholic aversion to gluttony, and what jealousy is really about.

Monday Clicks: Lunar New Year, Celine Dion and Other Forms of “Poetry”

By Anne Ishii | February 11, 2013 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Link-bait for the Monday-challenged.

YA Fiction and Issues that Aren’t Fictitious: A Q&A with Adaptation Author Malinda Lo

By Phyllis Fong | September 18, 2012 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

“I absolutely did not set out to write a lesbian Cinderella. It wasn’t the story I intended to tell, so it took me a while to come around to the idea of telling it.”

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