There is a seismic line to draw in Asian American fiction that begins with Younghill Kang and extends, in a series of autobiographical novels by Asian American writers, into the present.
After my father died, I received an inheritance at 18. As an adult, I’ve had to reckon with how deeply money is connected to pain in my life.
A step-by-step guide to creating fiction from your own experiences.
Author Helen Oyeyemi discusses orderly magic versus chaotic magic, the importance of wearing blue mascara while writing, and her new novel, Boy, Snow, Bird.
"I still have a waiter check with an outline for my novel on it that came to me while I waited for my section to be sat."