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Kaya Press is thrilled to announce the official publication of Hapa Japan: History Vol. 1 and Hapa Japan: Identities & Representations Vol. 2 edited by Duncan Ryūken Williams. Described by Ruth Ozeki as “essential reading for all citizens of our transcultural, transnational, boundless, borderless, beautifully mixed-up world,” these volumes bring together scholarship on the rich historical and […]

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The Margins features legendary agitprop author H.T. Tsiang–Kaya recently released his And China Has Hands–and his continual relevance in the face of today’s divisive political climate. Cheung describes H.T. Tsiang’s And China Has Hands as a “Marxist, feminist, pro-immigrant satire of the American Dream”, and in our current times this sounds like the epitome of radical […]

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Come hang out with Kaya Press at the 2017 AWP Conference in Washington D.C. this February 8 – 11th. AWP Conference and Bookfair  Kaya Press will be sharing Booth 115 with Tia Chucha Press and the Asian American Literary Review — and, as usual, this will be THE place to celebrate writers of color. We’ll […]

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We are incredibly excited to announce that Kaya Press will be having our biggest season of books EVER in Spring 2017. Starting at the end of February, we’ll be releasing NINE NEW TITLES, SIX OF WHICH are ready for pre-order now. We wanted to send a special message out to our community, our fans, our supporters […]

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All of us here at Kaya are ecstatic to announce the official publication of our reprinting of H.T. Tsiang’s 1937 novel And China Has Hands! We’ve been so excited about this book. On 10/19, we celebrated the life and work of H.T. Tsiang at our USC event, Radical Failure as Revolutionary Agitprop. There, we heard from Floyd Cheung, the scholar and […]

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Last week, Kaya celebrated the work of Asian American author H. T. Tsiang, in honor of Kaya’s most recent reprint of his work, And China Has Hands, edited by Floyd Cheung. We hosted two events, both of which featured readings by authors whose work is in conversation with Tsiang’s. Both were energetic and inspiring and we […]

 
 
 
 

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— Junot Díaz