From Exotica to Erotica: Historical Fiction or Fictional History in Mariana Islands Novels, 2012-2017
By Anne Perez Hattori Excerpted from A Marianas Mosaic: Signs and Shifts in Contemporary Island Life, published by University of Guam Press For much of the 19th and early 20th… READ MORE
Who’s Afraid of the Fangirl?
The tale of the Boy Band Fangirl By María Lucía Carrillo González When someone tells you that they are a One Direction or a BTS fan—or even better, when they… READ MORE
Required Reading: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Making up almost 30% of NYC’s population, the Latinx community is an integral part of the city. This Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the richness of Latinx history, along with… READ MORE
Random Notes—September 11, 2001, 4:00 P.M. by Paul Auster
Excerpted from 110 Stories: New York Writes after September 11, edited by Ulrich Baer Our fourteen-year-old daughter started high school today. For the first time in her life, she rode… READ MORE
Brown and Gay in LA: A radical redefinition of what it means to be a gay person of color in America.
Excerpt from Brown and Gay in LA by Anthony Christian Ocampo “We need to talk,” my partner Joe tells me the night after the 2016 election. “If something happens to… READ MORE