By Jessica Hagedorn, Elaine Kim
Greater than a decade after its preliminary e-book, the groundbreaking anthology Charlie Chan Is Dead is still the simplest to be had resource for modern Asian American fiction. Edited by means of acclaimed novelist and nationwide booklet Award nominee Jessica Hagedorn, Charlie Chan Is lifeless 2: At domestic within the World brings jointly forty-two clean, interesting voices in Asian American writing—from classics by means of Jose Garcia Villa and Wakako Yamauchi to intriguing new fiction from Akhil Sharma, Ruth Ozeki, Chang-Rae Lee, Jhumpa Lahiri, and Monique Truong. Sweeping in historical past and literary variety, from pioneering writers to newly rising voices from the Hmong and Korean groups, those unheard of works have fun the entire spectrum of Asian American event and identities, transcending stereotypes and revealing the power and energy of Asian the USA this day.
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But we also read and write to remember and to dream. We read and we write to arouse the senses. To lose ourselves, to escape. To walk in someone else’s shoes. To empathize and understand. We write to reflect the beauty, cruelty, harmony, and chaos of the universe; we write to inflict the pain and shock and delight of recognition. We write to elicit sympathy, fear, or maybe both. There are those of us who write simply because we must. All those voices singing, all those lovely ghosts dancing in our heads.
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