This section includes literature by Asian American authors, as well as nonfiction works on related subjects, and the ephemera of Asian American political and cultural organizations. We stock many out-of-print Asian American immigrant publications in Asian languages.
Los Angeles: UCLA Asian-American Studies Center, 1971-2001. Thirty-seven issues of the journal, ranging in size from early pamphlet-format issues to later numbers of over 300 pages, generally very good. First volume had four issues, after which it became a semi-annual for about fifteen years, then a tri-annual. Issues included are...
Oakland: Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP), 1986. Special issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 11.5x17 inches, horizontal fold, evenly toned. Headlined "Free at last," celebrates the fall of Ferdinand Marcos. The most important radical leftist newspaper of the Filipino community in the US, with extensive coverage of domestic activism as...
Oakland: Katipunan Publications, 1987-1991. Eight issues of the tabloid format newspaper, 11.5x15 inches, all with horizontal fold, toning, address labels. This was a continuation of the KDP's publication by the same name, but it began a new series (Vol. 1 no. 1) when it changed its ISSN in 1987. Issues...
Berkeley: Asian American Studies, Department of Ethnic Studies, 1975. 212p., illus., 8.5x11", wraps mildly worn and foxed with several ownership stamps of a San Francisco professor. Includes radical essays, research articles, poetry, and discussions of Asian American Studies at U.C. Berkeley.
Nanning: Guangxi huaqiao lishi xuehui / Bagui qiao shi zazhishe, 1987-2008. Thirty-two issues of the journal, including all issues from 1987 to 1992 bound in hardcover volumes, later issues loose; the loose issues present include the following: 1993: 1, 2, 4; 1994: 1-4; 1995: 1-4; 1996: 1-4; 1997: 2. From...
Berkeley: the tabloid, 1977. 12p., tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Cover story and photographic center-spread on the notorious eviction from the International Hotel in Manilatown, including pictures of police using sledgehammers to open doors, and tenants and their supporters being physically restrained.