The L.A.-based music critic-scholar on border crossing, his “West Coast vibe”, and why we should leave the guilt and take the pleasure
An interview with poet Tung-Hui Hu
This Iranian American novelist wants to live forever.
The author of The Boss thinks she might be the only person left on this planet without an iPod—but her poems are certianly full of music.
Bill Cheng, Anthony Marra, and the freedom to write what you don’t know.
Bill Cheng talks us through his five favorite blues musicians, and how their work inspired his debut novel.
This New York-based poet once dreamt of being a trapeze artist.
On Sunday afternoons, you may often find poet Kazim Ali at the roller rink.
A native son of Chinatown and the Lower East Side, the author of the Detective Jack Yu series makes a mean pitcher of Bloody Mary.
Asian American Writers’ Workshop cofounder Marie Myung-Ok Lee kicks off our new weekly Q&A series with writers.