Monthly Archives: June 2011

Reading the American War: Tatjana Soli’s The Lotus Eaters

To experience history through the lens of combat photographers. Tatjana Soli's novel The Lotus Eaters explores the trials of being a war photographer during the...

A Sensory Life: Andrew Lam interviews Monique Truong

Andrew Lam interviews Monique Truong about her novel Bitter in the Mouth. Listen to the interview here! In earlier posts diaCRITICS has featured reviews of...

Comic Book Artist Thi Bui Battles GB Tran & Remembers Home

What happens when two Vietnamese American graphic artists get together? A battle to tell the story of the Vietnamese American experience through the medium...

Andrew Lam reads at the Asian American Theater Company

Andrew Lam doesn't need much of an introduction around here.  His two books, Perfumed Dreams and East Eats West, are widely read and praised....

“Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora”: A Book & Its Fundraiser

Art lovers everywhere, swoon! Here diaCRITICS managing editor Julie Thi Underhill features some beautiful and intense artworks, while telling the history and motivation for...

Isabelle Thuy Pelaud’s “This is All I Choose to Tell”: An Interview

On the radio program New America Now,  Andrew Lam recently interviewed Isabelle Thuy Pelaud about This is All I Choose to Tell: History and Hybridity...