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“CURB” (Nightboat) by Divya Victor won the 2022 Pen Open Book Award. These poems document how immigrants and Americans navigate the liminal sites of everyday living undergirded by violence. It bears  witness to immigrant survival, familial bonds, and interracial parenting within the context of nationalist and white-supremicist violence against South Asians. “Taste Tibet – Family Recipes from the Himalayas” (Interlink Publishing) by Jule Kleeman & Yeshi Jampa.

TLC’s findings capture how trans youth remain protected or vulnerable by statutory law, but legislation is elastic and lawmakers introduce new bills constantly. One category of these rankings only capture laws pertaining to sexuality since significant overlap exists within the queer community and within the legislation. Many lesbian, gay, or bisexual individuals also identify as transgender, nonbinary, or gender nonconforming, meaning LGBTQ+ individuals can identify with more than one queer identity. “The Phone Booth at the Edge of the World” (Overlook) by Laura Imai Messina. A Japanese woman loses her mother and daughter in the tsunami. When she hears of a phone booth where people come to speak to departed loved ones, she makes a pilgrimage there only to find her grief won’t allow her to pick up the phone.

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As for the name, Cai will make a fresh spin on the overused Hawaiian name, Kai. If you want a regal name for your son, choose Alang, which means ‘emperor’ in the Hmong language. It’s a simple and sweet two syllable name with loads of global charm and appeal.

Though Biles won the two-day all-around competition, Lee finished ahead of her in the second-day results — the first time any gymnast had outscored Biles in eight years. Graba and Lim, who are married, have coached Lee since she was in elementary school, and they knew she could master her new routine — and the others, too. From the start, Graba believed that Lee was a special athlete, with “a lot of spunk” and natural talent, and that she was fearless. His goal was to hone her gymnastics skills while keeping the sport fun. Lee had her best floor exercise score of the Olympics, and she clinched the gold medal.

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Set in Bloomington where the author lived as a grad student in the 1970s. In an eerie, alienating, yet comic and profoundly sympathetic portrait, the author paints a picture of the  cruelty of life and the difficulties that people face in relations to one another. She does all this with the characters of a sad cat and her friend, the dog.

Q&A with Mor Yang, Miss Hmong Minnesota Pageant contestant

Hmong are organized into 18 clans, determined by ancestral lineage. Each person has a last name that represents the clan to which they belong. Some Hmong maintain traditional culture, speak mostly Hmong, and live and work within a close-knit Hmong community that adheres to the clan system more than others. Younger Hmong Minnesotans are more assimilated into American culture than elders.

Years apparently when driving to the facts on hmong older men admitted that they would have been chock full communication health so they can travel. After completing her research project, Mailee Yang shared her findings with the women she surveyed. She’s still figuring out how to bring it to a broader audience in hopes of lessening the stigma around divorce in her community. “Some people say, ‘No, it’s a way to honor the bride’s family for having raised such a good daughter and we’re just thanking them and that’s a pledge that we will value her, so that it’s a value versus a purchase,’” Her said. Another cultural practice Hmong women are trying to amend is what’s known as the bride price — a sum of money paid by the groom’s family to the bride’s family to marry her.

Hanako Muraoka  is revered in Japan for her  translation of L. M Montgomery’s children’s classic, “Anne of Green Gables.” Because of her translation the book had a massive and enduring popularity in that country. “Leilong the Library Bus” (Gecko Press) by Julia Liu and illustrated by Bei Lynn. This award-winning book from Taiwan translated by Helen Wang tells the charming tale of a dinosaur who loves books and story time.

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Since 1996, the Women’s Prize for Fiction has recognized and celebrated the best fiction by women writers around the world. Novelist and playwright Kate Mosse founded the UK-based award to champion women in the male-dominated award scene. Hugo House, a Seattle-based literary center that offers readings and writing classes offers a full slate of Fall & Winter writing classes for all levels. Some highlights –Hugo House writers-in-residence are available for appointments starting Sept. 19, 2022. Some classes are in person or on a learning platform or via ZOOM.

The persistent separation of the races is illustrated by the treatment of Navajo “code talkers” who were instrumental in winning World War II because their language could not be decoded by the enemy. They returned to their reservations, but could not legally practice their religion. Freedom of religion became a reality for Native Americans in 1978, under the Carter Administration, 202 years after the Declaration of Independence (Russell, 1993).