Halloween is a time for ghosts, ghouls, and other things that go bump in the night.
Possession gone wrong—NWAW’s October book recommendations
Zachary Ying doesn’t know much about his Chinese heritage. His single mom is too busy working to make ends meet to share anything and he’s only ever learned about Western history and myths in school (something many of us can confirm).
A poetic ‘Eye’: Sati Mookherjee on fate, fish, and stick shifts
Bellingham, Washington, population 92,000. Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta), India, population almost 4.5 million. A study in contrasts. But poet Sati Mookherjee, who spent school years in the former and summers in the latter, finds some surprising similarities.
Book recommendations: Fairy tales with a twist
Shiori’anma is the only princess in Kiata, and she has a secret. In a kingdom where magic is forbidden, she has it running through her veins.
Alice Wong—disabled Asian female activist, publishes anti-memoir
When I first started reading Alice Wong’s memoir, Year of the Tiger, published Sept 2022, even while I was still in the introduction, I thought, “Wow, this lady is mean.”
Book recommendations: Revenge of the angry Asian woman
As war rages on along the Great Wall in Huaxia, boys dream of pairing up with girls to pilot Chrysalises, giant transforming robots, to battle the mecha aliens threatening their people.
Jayatissa’s latest novel showcases Sri Lankan culture —with a dead body thrown in
During her ninth birthday party, Amanda Jayatissa locked herself in the bathroom. She was in the middle of reading a book and wanted to finish one more chapter.
Book recommendations: For the love of our parents
Aru Shah and the Potatoes are back, and they need to stop—once and for all—the Sleeper’s plan to gain access to the nectar of immortality and, as a result, infinite power.
Wilson and Takita adapt world’s first novel, ‘Genji,’ into manga
William Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Charlotte and Emily Brontë—writers many people are likely to recognize. Their classic works have been taught in classrooms around the country for generations.
Book recommendations: LGBTQ folks saving the day
In Godolia, tyranny runs rampant, thanks to the giant mechanized weapons, known as Windups, aiding the rulers.
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