A recent analysis of Dr. Seuss’ children’s books shows that the classic titles often perpetuate racial stereotypes. I interviewed the author of that study and also found out what Read Across America is doing.
I’ve been reading a few books lately that present a creative literary take on Asian American history. Check out these books.
I met up with Maxine Hong Kingston at an event celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Woman Warrior. Here’s what hindsight has taught her about writing.
A new book by Lori Tharps explores how different shades of skin affect people in the same family. Read on to learn more and enter for a chance to win.
Listen to my interview with Grace Lin, author of the new book When the Sea Turned to Silver, about her latest story, her inspiration, and diversity.
The debut short story collection by San Francisco Chronicle columnist Vanessa Hua, Deceit and Other Possibilities, reveals a versatile writer to watch.
Love to eat? Love to create? Take a look at this Filipino food coloring book by food blogger Elizabeth Ann Quirino.
Whether you’re looking for a good beach read or a scathing satire of the racial and gender landscape of Singapore, check out my review of Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan’s ‘Sarong Party Girls’.