By Catherine Chung
Janie embarks on a mission to find her sister and discover the truth behind her family’s silence. To do so, she must confront the family’s history. This story weaves Korean folklore into a modern narrative of immigration and identity.
By Stacey Lee
By day, Jo Kuan works as a maid for the cruel daughter of a wealthy man in Atlanta, but by night she moonlights as a newspaper advice columnist, “Dear Miss Sweetie.” Read as she struggles with society’s outlook on race and gender and contemplates stepping into the light.
By Min Jin Lee
In the early 1900s Sunja falls in love with a wealthy stranger. Pregnant with his child, she finds he is already married and runs off instead with a minister on his way to Japan. She leaves behind her home and sets off a powerful saga that will last generations.
By Celeste Ng
Celeste Ng returns with a riveting novel about the picture-perfect Richardson family, two women that live under their roofs, and the custody battle over a Chinese-American baby that dramatically divides the entire town.
By S.J. Sindu
Lakshmi, who goes by Lucky, is an unemployed millennial program and both her and her husband are secretly gay. Explore as Lucky struggles with her family and tried to liberate an old lover from an arranged marriage.
By Ling Ma
Candace Chen is a millennial office drone mourning the loss of her Chinese immigrant parents. She’s so enraptured in routine that she barely notices the plague that sweeps New York and leaves her alone to photographs the eerie remnants of the city and make new friends.
By Balli Kaur Jaswal
Nikki takes a job teaching “creative writing” at the community center in the heart of London’s Punjabi community and all of her classmates are Sikh widows interested in learning English. Eager to liberate these women, Nikki encourages their sharing of sexy English stories but must be cautious of the conservative young men known as the Brotherhood.