The AAWW staff, interns, and fellows select their favorite books, music, film, and art from 2018.
The art of queer diaspora, surreal stories of contemporary China, journeys into the history of the Philippine-American War, and the story of the subcontinent through bodies of water.
Jeff Yang’s poetry of placelessness, Perumal Murugan’s controversial fiction, Anita Felicelli’s timeless Tamil short stories, and Nasser Hussain’s experimental sky writings.
The conversations, stories, and works of literature and scholarship that inspired our most recent special issue “Camp.”
March is a month packed with Southern gothics, Partition diaries, postcards from the future, and books that re-map the universe.
From Anelise Chen’s experimental autofiction to Bao Phi’s explosive poetry, the AAWW staff shares their favorite books they read in 2017