As the tenth anniversary of September 11th, 2001 approaches, how can we reflect on that day and its aftermath when so many of the voices of affected communities remain unheard? In the interests of broadening the public conversation, The Asian American Literary Review is publishing a special commemorative issue that gives voice to those too frequently unheard.
Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis (left) is a founding co-editor of . He is currently completing a PhD in English at the University of Maryland. Gerald Maa (right) is also the founding co-editor of The Asian American Literary Review. Having earned an MFA from the University of Maryland, he is currently pursuing a PhD in English at the University of California, Irvine.
Some of the featured writers are included in the latest issue of the Asian American Literary Review, which has just been published. The press release announcing the exciting new issue is below the jump…