We first met as panelists for a session on the love poem at the 2013 AWP conference. The idea to do an interview sprung from our subsequent correspondence. What you’ll read below began online in April and May, continued in person at a table by a window at Café Orlin on St. Mark’s Place, and [Continue Reading...]
Subscription or Single Issue Purchase 2014 AALR subscription, US $32.00 USD2014 AALR subscription, Canada $33.50 USD2014 AALR subscription, International $52.00 USDAALR vol. 5 issue 1, US $18.00 USDAALR vol. 5 issue 1, Canada $19.50 USDAALR vol. 5 issue 1, International $28.00 USD Table of Contents Forum Chee Malabar, Oliver Wang, Alexandrina Agloro & Sojin Kim [Continue Reading...]
Table of Contents | Order 1 Curtis Chin, Terry Hong, Ed Lin, R.A. Villanueva & Ocean Vuong Walking Tours of 90s NYC 3 Jeff Yang Foreword: The Torchbearers: How a Bunch of ‘90s Kids Reinvented New York, Asian America—and Themselves The Big Apple 9 Purvi Shah Synapse Maps After our Brooklyn apartment building is broken [Continue Reading...]
MusingWith: Contributors MEI-MEI BERSSENBRUGGE was born in Beijing and grew up in Massachusetts. She is the author of thirteen books of poetry, including Empathy (Station Hill Press), Nest (Kelsey Street Press), I Love Artists, New and Selected Poems (University of California Press), and most recently, Hello, the Roses (New Directions). She lives in New York City [Continue Reading...]
Fuck, “I like Wu-Tang?” How‘m I supposed to break that shit down? Which side of the Dave Chapelle racial draft am I on? Perpetual question for someone like me who’s mixed or as I like to put it “ambiguously brown.” * My son Nikko Sencer-Mura and I examine the mixed race identities of four artists—including [Continue Reading...]
MusingWith: Mei-mei Berssenbrugge Kandice Chuh, Patricia Ticineto Clough, Kimiko Hahn, Jennifer Hayashida, Joseph Jonghyun Jeon, Kyoo Lee, Russell C. Leong & Simon Leung Series guest-edited by Kyoo Lee Table of Contents Turquoise Shade, by Mei-mei Berssenbrugge ………………………………… 1 after and before, by Kandice Chuh ……………………………………………….. 2 A diagram: five shades of turquoise, by Patricia Ticineto Clough … 3 [Continue Reading...]
by Cat Thompson, Tyrone Nagai, and Miles Tsue As part of Asian American Literary Review’s Mixed Race Initiative, psychologist Cat Thompson was interviewed by Tyrone Nagai about her experience of creating a weekly forum for bi/multiracial students, staff, and faculty at the University of California, San Diego. Miles Tsue performed the music.
By Jasmine Williams and Tyrone Nagai As part of the digital resources of Asian American Literary Review’s Mixed Race Initiative, Jasmine Williams, chair of the Mixed Student Union at the University of California, San Diego, agreed to be interviewed by Tyrone Nagai.
By Tyrone Nagai and Joe Bataan As part of Asian American Literary Review’s Mixed Race Initiative, Joe Bataan spoke to Tyrone Nagai about his life and career as the Afro-Filipino “King of Latin Soul” music. Video animation and editing were done by Anel Aguilar. Interview and research assistance was provided by Nelson Nagai. The songs [Continue Reading...]
Interview with Gazelle Samizay, conducted by Leila Nadir and Zohra Saed Gazelle Samizay was born in Kabul, Afghanistan and now resides in Los Angeles. Her photographs and videos have been exhibited across the US and internationally, including Brazil, Bulgaria, Egypt, France, Indonesia, Pakistan, U.A.E and the UK. In addition to her studio practice, she has [Continue Reading...]