School’s back in session and it’s time to start off this academic year fresh. But since you’re still in the early stages of getting back into the swing of classes, here are some sci-fi and fantasy books for when you need to a break from studying.
The end of summer is nigh as back to school ads begin to creep up everywhere. But before you start hitting the academic books, try fitting in one or all three of these beautiful reads that will spirit you away.
Summer is officially in full swing and that means it’s time to bust out your beach books. Here are three books penned by some lovely Asian American ladies to help combat the July heat.
In Peter Tieryas Liu’s debut novel, Bald New World, the world declines into a dystopia that leaves everyone mysteriously bald. We’ve previously mentioned Liu as one of our 3 Asian American Authors on the Rise and recently got the chance to interview him via email about his new novel.
If ten years ago you asked me to name an Asian-American author, my only answer would have been Amy Tan. She wrote the best-selling novel, The Joy Luck Club, about four Chinese American immigrant families in San Francisco. It came out in 1989—that’s a quarter of a century ago.
In recent years, however, more and more Asian-American writers have emerged from the woodwork and made a name for themselves by sharing their unique stories with the world. Let me tell you about a few authors who are currently doing just that!