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Karen Ishizuka’s ‘Serve the People’ tells the story of a radical period in Asian American activism, and compels us to ask, where does that lead us now?
‘How should I feel after bringing someone into the world to them have them unjustly taken from me?’
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.
Where Asian Americans fall in our broken criminal justice system
Come on by as we listen to globally-inspired composer/vocalist Imani Uzuri (whose “gorgeously chesty ruminations” [New York Times] “sound equally at home on an opera stage or a disco 12-inch” [Village Voice]) perform a blues set and Bill Cheng read to us from his bluesy new novel “Southern Cross the Dog.” Characterized by a linguistic style that’s been […]