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South Asian American Issue

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“There was a time when the South Asian writer treaded the linguistic register rather carefully. Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children shook things up and made many of us his children. Not anymore!

The new South Asian American writer is a wild beast.” –from the Introduction by guest editor Moazzam Sheikh Featuring Vidhu Aggarwal * Kazim Ali * Meher Ali * Neelanjana Banerjee * Nadia Chaney * Sayantani Dasgupta * Tara Dorabji * Ali Eteraz * Saadia Faruqi * Mala Gaonkar * Madhushree Ghosh * Ro Gunetilleke * S. Afzal Haider * Syed Ishaq Haider * Minal Hajratwala * Soniah Kamal * Kirun Kapur * Maya Khosla * Swati Khurana * Waqas Khwaja * Anu Kumar * Aditi Machado * Amit Majmudar * Shikha Malaviya * Zafar Malik * Vikas Menon * Faisal Mohyuddin * Dipika Mukherjee * Somnath Mukherji * Naomi Munaweera * Shabnam Nadiya * Shivani Narang * Ifti Nasim * Sophia Naz * Toni Nealie * Mahmud Rahman * Reema Rajbanshi * Roshni Rustomji-Kerns * Chaitali Sen * Moazzam Sheikh * Ravibala Shenoy * Ranbir Singh Sidhu * Pireeni Sundaralingam * Sadia Uqaili * Sachin Waikar * Tanu Mehrotra Wakefield “

This rich issue of Chicago Quarterly Review is the perfect antidote for the cultural ignorance of those who demonize immigrants and fear the inevitable browning of America. In these memorable stories, essays, poems, and photos, we see past differences of culture, country, and religion straight into the heart of South Asian Americans, realizing that it is our own heart, one that powerfully reminds us of our shared humanity.” –Charles Johnson, author of Middle Passage and The Way of the Writer

“In a time of mounting distrust of foreign cultures and unprecedented attacks against immigrants, this sweeping collection of writing by a new wave of South Asian writers is an antidote that both transports and illuminates. The irrepressible voices within rage against widely diverse assumptions and stereotypes and yet unite to remind us of the universality of the human condition.” –Manil Suri, author of The Death of Vishnu

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