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Despite stifling, Kafkaesque circumstances, Altan escapes through his imagination; his creativity feeds his very soul and allows him to survive—and write.
The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You, by Dina Nayeri (Catapult, September) Iranian American novelist Nayeri’s nonfiction debut dovetails personal history with the contemporary experiences of today’s refugees.
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debuts his first work of fiction, 10 years in the making.She focuses on “the feared ‘swarms’” at the heart of today’s immigration debates, alerting readers: “It is your choice how to hear their stories”—stories that will be judged as life-saving or dismissed to certain death.Terry Hong created and maintains Smithsonian Book Dragon, a book blog for the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center.She co-authored two books, Eastern Standard Time: A Guide to Asian Influence on American Culture from Astro Boy to Zen Buddhism and What Do I Read Next?
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