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The Palmist: A Short Story from Birds of Paradise Lost

Redhen Press, Short Story, Andrew Lam Apr 02, 2014

The Palmist is a short story collected in Andrew Lam's latest book, Birds of Paradise Lost. It was published in March of 2013 and won a Pen/Josephine Miles Literary Award and is currently a finalist for First Fiction of the California Book Award 2014. It was read on Selected Shorts by Tony-winner James Naughton, and by the author himself on American Public Media, Thestory.org

Lost (And Found) In Translation: Three Authors Find Their Place Through Literature

KGOU, Interview, SUZETTE GRILLOT Mar 06, 2014

Growing up, author Andrew Lam struggled to make sense of his Vietnamese identity at home and his American identity at school.

Youth Speak on Gun Control Measures

Jan 26, 2013

 Editor’s Note: Last week, President Barack Obama issued proposals, including 23 executive actions, aimed at reducing gun violence and asked for help from lawmakers in making sweeping reform. His introduction of a $500 million plan to address this concern has...

Allís Not Fair in Sex and War: Petraeus Sex Scandal & the US Army

New America Media, Blog, Andrew Lam Nov 17, 2012


Eye on Elections: Muslim Voters Disappointed With Obama, Wary of GOP

Oct 26, 2012

Editor's Note: In the fifth in a series of interviews with ethnic media journalists, Javed Ali, founder and publisher of Illume Media, explains why some Muslim-American voters who voted for Pres. Obama in 2008, may not support him in November....

Eye on Elections: Latino Voters Decry Gov. Brown's Vetoes

Oct 11, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO -- In the latest in a weekly series of interviews with ethnic media journalists, Marcos Gutierrez, radio host and producer of “Hecho en California [Made in California]” airing on KIQI 1010 AM, explains the issues that Latino voters...

The Scars Inside: An Iraqi Refugee Opens Up about PTSD

Dec 17, 2011

Editor's note: As the Iraq war ends, observers say the United States will be dealing with the legacy of that conflict for years to come. Over the past decade, California has resettled more Middle Eastern refugees than any other state...

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