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Hua Hsu

HUA HSU is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a professor of Literature at Bard College. Hsu serves on the executive board of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. He was formerly a fellow at the New America Foundation and the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center at the New York Public Library. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his family.


Books to Celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May marks Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! This month and every month, celebrate the many cultures and stories within the AANHPI community with books by authors of East Asian, South & Central Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander heritage and cultures. Explore our favorite picks for this month by AANHPI authors,

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Congrats to Our 2023 Pulitzer Prize Winners!

We are so honored to have four PRH titles among the Pulitzer Prize winners this year. The Pulitzer is the most prestigious annual prize in American letters, and we’re thrilled to have four more incredible authors join our roster of previous winners. From transporting fiction to unflinching examinations of racial injustices facing American society today,

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