Asian American

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“Uneven as it is, Family Trust need not be compared to Crazy Rich Asians in order to find an audience.

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­­­­­The Court Dancer is a meditation on the social changes that force people to confront the double-edged swords of tradition and modernism.”

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“Girls on the Line is a simple, potent tale of young Chinese outcasts struggling to survive amid an unforgiving landscape of industrial and rural squalor.”

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The seven stories that make up this collection were originally published in China between 1987 and 1991, early in the author’s career.

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“Sometimes funny, always smart and honest, Chaya Bhuvaneswar’s stories hold the reader, even as the painful truths of human lives break through.”

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“The Incendiaries marks the genesis of a dazzling career and showcases a writer who pushes herself courageously into the dark.”

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With her bestselling debut Everything I Never Told You and now her second novel, Little Fires Everywhere, Celeste Ng has indisputably proved that she is a master at mining the rel

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“Erotic Stories of Punjabi Widows is a masterpiece.”

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A story of quiet rebellions, resilience and traditions, The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane is a remarkable tale stretching three generations and two different count

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Henry Chang’s crime novel Lucky marks the fifth appearance of New York Police Department Detective Jack Yu.

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“Buchanan writes with a sharp and original artist’s eye of her own.”

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“This is deep music and clear, as the poet carries us to those places in the heart that ground and guide us.