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Sue (Suji) Kwock Kim
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Edited by Marilyn Chin and Victoria Chang, Asian American Poetry: The Next Generation (2004) includes not just the work of Kim but also the work of other young Asian American poets.

O Taste and See: Food Poems (2003) is edited by David Lee Garrison and Terry Hermsen. This anthology is a collection of poems about food and its meaning, rituals, and roles in everyday life.

The Asian American journalist Helen Zia shares her personal memories and her research of Asian American history in Asian American Dreams: The Emergence of an American People (2001). With this book, Zia hopes to fill in the gaps in American history and give Asian Americans better insight into the experiences of their forebears.

Amy Tan's second novel, The Kitchen God's Wife (1991), is the story of a Chinese woman, Winnie, and her strained relationship with her American-born daughter. As...

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