It’s the perfect time of year to wrap yourself in a warm blanket, settle into a comfy chair, and dive into some deep reading. Why not take this opportunity to diversify your reading list? In this article Writer’s Relief found on ElectricLiterature.com, you’ll find an intriguing selection of complex books featuring hybrid or experimental storytelling—all written by Asian American women. Tastes Like War by Grace M. Cho explores the ghosts of war and the devastating impact on one family, while Letters to Memory by Karen Tei Yamashita focuses on archival materials and epistolary communications during the Japanese internment in concentration camps.
See the entire list of genre-bending books by Asian American women here.