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Living in America: Poetry and Fiction by South Asian-American Writers written by Roshni Rustomji-kerns

 

Living in America: Poetry and Fiction by South Asian-American Writers written by Roshni Rustomji-kerns

Overview:

The book includes both a historical introduction and one exploring South Asian literary traditions and the concept of the collection.

Synopsis:

The book includes both a historical introduction and one exploring South Asian literary traditions and the concept of the collection.

Library Journal

This is a major compilation of Asian American authors, some native-born, others immigrants, refugees, or expatriates. While some of the writers are well known (e.g., Ved Mehta, Meena Alexander), most are emerging voices. The volume is divided into two parts: poetry and fiction. Poets are represented by one or two poems; short story writers by just one piece. Each author contributed a "statement," whether biographical, literary, or philosophical, that appears before his or her work. The editor (professor emeritus, liberal studies and India Studies Program, Sonoman State Univ.) has provided more traditional biographical information at the back of the book. The writers describe a wide range of experience in a great variety of styles. Recommended for larger literary collections or for libraries with large Asian American populations.Debbie Bogenschutz, Cincinnati Technical Coll.

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