EN210: Asian American Literature

LINKS TO RELATED WEBSITES



  • Asian American Writers Workshop. A NY-based non-profit organization dedicated to the creation, publication, and distribution of Asian American literature by forming a national network of writers, readers, editors, and publishers. On-line access to the largest Asian American mail-order bookstore.
  • Anagram.A literary journal "dedicated to issues, instances, and circumstances of Asian American culture." Includes art, photography, fiction, and non-fiction. You can contribute, though most writings are by undergraduates and graduate students at Johns Hopkins University, the sponsor.
  • Darpan. An on-line literary journal the purpose of which is to "explore reflections of India" created by students at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne.
  • South Asian American Literature and Issues. A fun site, with a chai room, discussion list, information about authors and books.
  • MoonRabbit Review. How to subscribe to MoonRabbit Review, a literary journal for Asian Pacific American voices.
  • Asian American Resources. A great site for students and pretty much everybody else, too!!! Check it out!!!
  • The Asian American Cybernauts Page. Rich site focused on community and diversity issues.
  • Asian American Children's Books. A nice bibliography here.
  • Spotlight on Asian and Asian American Poets (Roth Publishing) Lists of poets, "trivia," more detailed information on poets published by Roth.
  • Electronic Archives for Teaching the American Literatures. An extremely rich site! Sponsored by Georgetown University and D.C. Heath. On the home page scroll down to find the site's search engine. Enter "Asian American" for numerous entries, including on-line essays by such literary critics as Amy Ling, syllabi, study questions, etc.
  • Asian American Literature at USC Library. If you find anything here that I've left off my bibliography,let me know. Thanks.
  • Chinese Literature Page. Online offerings of documents, journals and magazines in Chinese. Special viewers necessary to read; it is available on-site for downloading.
  • The Philippine Literature Home Page. A mini-library of published literature in both English and Tagalog.
  • The Filipino Queer Directory. Information about the fluorishing gay literature in the Philippines today. Links, including one to Tribung Pinoy's Bookshop.
  • Online Literature References. An interesting personal page, maintained by Jennifer Chien, a young writer with broad interests.
  • A Magazine: Inside Asian America. General interest; occasional literary interest.
  • Phoenix Tea House. Providing the virtual Asian American community with useful and fun stuff.
  • Viet Now On-Line: An on-line magazine about "Today's Vietnamese American Culture and Entertainment." Includes some original literature (poetry) in each issue.
  • Real Saigon.A real multi-media experience! Listen to Vietnamese music while you read short stories, memoirs, and editorials by Vietnamese and Vietnamese American writers.



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