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Jade Hidle Reviews Quan Barry’s She Weeps Each Time You’re Born

diaCRITIC Jade Hidle reviews Quan Barry’s fiction debut, She Weeps Each Time …(read more)


Out of the Margins – November 2015: “Iowa” by Dao Strom

Our second post for OUT OF THE MARGINS is an …(read more)


Tony Nguyen: A Chance for Truth in Little Saigon

Tony Nguyen, director of Enforcing the Silence, responds to criticism of …(read more)

Police officers arrive to the funeral of New York Police Department Officer Wenjian Liu at Aievoli Funeral Home, Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Liu and his partner, officer Rafael Ramos, were killed Dec. 20 as they sat in their patrol car on a Brooklyn street. The shooter, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, later killed himself. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Unprotected by Assimilation: Lessons from the Case of Duy Ngo

When I began reading that a White House petition had …(read more)


October 2015 News and Events

What happened in October 2015: socio-cultural, literary, and political news …(read more)


Subscriber Drive! Win First Edition of The Sympathizer

It’s time for our third subscriber drive. We’re looking for 100 …(read more)


Khanh Ho: The First International Southeast Asian Film Festival

From November 20-22, the first International Southeast Asian Film Festival will …(read more)


Linh Dinh: Our Refugee Future

  Linh Dinh reflects on the current refugee crisis, refugee …(read more)


Terror in Little Saigon

On November 3rd, PBS will be airing “Terror in Little …(read more)


Mai Lan Gustafsson’s “The Warlore of Vietnamese Bargirls,” Part 2

In a sixteen-year oral history project, anthropologist Mai Lan Gustafsson …(read more)


Mai Lan Gustafsson’s “The Warlore of Vietnamese Bargirls,” Part 1

In a sixteen-year oral history project, anthropologist Mai Lan Gustaffson …(read more)