Showcasing new work, Take Out captures the freshness of contemporary expressive culture in queer Asian Pacific America. It brings together established and emerging artists to define their personal and collective vision as gays and lesbians. The visual, literary, and performance works in this anthology probe a variety of topics-inter-generational relationships, domesticity, pop culture, camp, Hollywood, fairy tales, and Asia. Take Out resists summary just as its contributors refuse limits on their artistic expression and attempts to objectify them as people.Distributed by Temple University Press for the Asian American Writers' Workshop Author note: Quang Bao is the current managing director of The Asian American Writers' Workshop in New York City. His fiction, essays, and book reviews have appeared in magazines and literary journals including The Boston Globe, The Threepenny Review, The New York Times, Open City, Lambda Book Report, Watermark: Vietnamese American Poetry and Prose (AAWW/Temple University Press), Personals: Dreams and Nightmares from the Lives of Twenty Young Writers, and The Asian American Literature Textbook.Hanya Yanagihara is an editor at the magazine Brill's Content and the e-publishing company Contentville.com. She is also the editor of the Asian American Writers' Workshop's Asian Pacific American Journal and serves on the board of directors of Kaya Productions, a non-profit publishing concern focusing on literature of the Asian and Pacific Diaspora. She lives in New York.The cross-eyed chick with the big tits in Mrs.Takemotoa#39;s class? a Jackpot. a What about her? a Remember her first calabash cousin Johnny Lee, my ex- neighbor, the jock with the eggplant-sized cock you and me used ... Anyways, Chandra/Sandra was the one assigned to help Imelda and Doris I73 R. ZAMORA LINMARK.
|Author||:||Quang Bao, Hanya Yanagihara|
|Publisher||:||Temple University Press - 2000|