I just got word from Editors-in-Chief, Gerald Maa and Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis that The Asian American Literary Review’s new winter/spring 2011 issue is now available for purchase. The first issue of AALR’s journal was a great read and featured a number of talented Asian American writers. Some of these writers were in attendence at AALR’s 8: A Symposium. This year’s issue has a great lineup and for a limited time, AALR is offering it with shipping & handling charges waived, a 25% savings.
The issue features:
• new AALR-Library of Congress initiative to restore “lost” APIA
works—this issue, a bibliography of “lost” small magazine and journal
publications by Carlos Bulosan, 1935-1948
• new poetry by Rick Barot and new fiction by Eric Gamalinda
• forum on Census 2010 and multiracialism
• new writing by Joy Kogawa
• translations of work by Japanese Peruvian poet José Watanabe
• Chang-rae Lee interviewed by Maud Casey
• photo-essay on post-Katrina NOLA Vietnamese American urban gardens,
by Kari Lydersen
• video short and essay by Kip Fulbeck
The Asian American Literary Review (AALR) is a space for writers who consider the designation “Asian American” a fruitful starting point for artistic vision and community. In showcasing the work of established and emerging writers, the journal aims to incubate dialogues and open those dialogues to regional, national, and international audiences of all constituencies. Anyone interested in ordering a single issue ($12) or a 1 year subscription ($20 for 2 issues) can go directly to www.aalrmag.org/subscribe/. In addition, direct any inquiries to email@example.com.