Posts Tagged: Christine Hyung-Oak Lee

The Rumpus Guide to AWP 2018

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A selection of AWP 2018 panels, readings, and events that we are especially excited for!

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What to Read When You Want a Fresh Start

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In keeping with the spirit of the New Year holiday, we’ve put together a list of books that deal with new beginnings—and the unexpected twists and turns that come after.

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What to Read When: Rumpus Staff Favorites 2017

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The Rumpus editorial staff selects our favorite pieces from 2017!

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What to Read When: A Holiday Book-Gifting Guide

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Rumpus editors share their favorite books to gift to friends and family, from recent 2017 releases to longtime literary loves.

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ENOUGH: The Conversation Is Just Beginning

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A new Rumpus series of essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and artwork by women and non-binary people that engages with rape culture, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

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Notable San Francisco: 10/11–10/17

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Literary events and readings in and around the Bay Area this week!

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From the Editors: On Charlottesville and White Supremacy

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Rumpus editors share their thoughts on Charlottesville and white supremacy. When we have a platform to speak out against hatred and bigotry, we must use it to do so.

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Next Letter in the Mail: Christine Hyung-Oak Lee

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We’re getting ready to send out our next Letter in the Mail, and it’s from Christine Hyung-Oak Lee! Christine writes to us about taking down walls, including her physical mask of makeup. This is a moving letter about being true to and comfortable with yourself. You can also visit Christine here. And don’t forget—we’re offering a special Let’s Get […]

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Beyond Joy Luck

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At The Toast, Nicole Soojung Callahan, Christine Hyung-Oak Lee, Karrisa Chen, and others weigh in on the state of Asian-American literature: I grew up in L.A. and Long Beach. White people were always the minority in my schools and neighborhoods, so I’ve never imagined “white people” to be my audience. I never felt the need […]

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