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Asian-American Short Stories | Short Stories

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Quiet As They Come is a beautiful, brutal and humorous portrait of ordinary people caught between two cultures. Set in San Francisco from the 1980s to the present day, this debut collection explores the lives of Vietnamese immigrants as they struggle to adjust to life in their new country. As a...
MANOA: Towards and Literature of the Periphery-anthology of Japaneseliterature in translation edited by Leza Lowitz, University ofHawaii Press, Volume 7, No. 1 Summer, 1995. Includes fiction by KyokoMurata, Hiromi Itoh, Yoshiko Shibaki, Teru Miyamoto, Ango Sakaguchi.