By Sophia Whittemore
AsAmNews Staff Writer
“I mean, we’re lucky. No one sees race here,” said Lexie Richardson, a fair-haired suburbanite and fictional character from best-seller Celeste Ng’s newest work, Little Fires Everywhere.
Without knowing it, Lexie ironically speaks to the idea of a 1990s “post-racial suburbia”. Ng’s book aims to tackle that concept of … Read more
In fact, Amazon named it its book of the year.
Ng’s tour this summer to promote the book lead to an interesting discovery. She found a general perception that there are not that many Asian American women writers … Read more