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.
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Boston: Chinese Culture Institute, 1987. Paperback. 102p. 8 1/4 x 11 inches. Text in Chinese(through page 29 ) and English. Ex-library, stamped "Library of Congress Surplus duplicate" on title page and with the inked over sticker indicating it was from the Library of Congress Asian American Collection from Betty Lee...
New York: Grove Press, 1998. Hardcover. 209p., first edition boards and unclipped dust jacket; light foxing to the edges of textblock and, pasted neatly into the terminal blanks, is the blurb part of a trade paperbound edition (Jessica Hagedorn waxes enthusiastic), an otherwise very good copy. The Thai American author...
New Delhi: Kali For Women, 1993. 156p., first edition in book form, 8.3x5 inch glossy wraps. Somewhat edgeworn, with a corner tip missing on the back cover, thumbsoil and a light small stain to foredge, title page and adjacent leaves bear a light crease. A good-only copy. A preliminary note...
[Korea]: Chung Han Publishing Co., 1989. 107p., facing Korean characters and English translations, 8.2x5.3 inch glossy frenchfold wraps with vignette portrait of the author, a very good copy inscribed in characters on the ffep, surely the poet. After ten years of expatriate life in Los Angeles, Chun paid a return...
Folsom, CA: Southeast Asia Community Resource Center, 1994. Unpaginated preliminaries, 93p., scattered snapshot illustrations with a line map and charts, trade-size glossy wraps. Very good copy, inscribed and signed by author Chuong on the title page. All immigrants spent time at a processing center in the Philippines, and most of...
Washington DC: CIO Department of Education & Research, [1946-?]. Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, or 8.5x11 inches when unfolded, designed to fit into a standard envelope, very good. Summary of the CIO's positions, notable for its use of photographs of multi-ethnic children.
Oakland, CA: National Committee to Oppose the U.S.-R.P.Extradition Treaty; Coalition Against the Marcos Dictatorship, . 8p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches. Urges opposition to pending legislation that would enable the US to repatriate dissidents to the Philippines to face trial under the Marcos dictatorship.