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“Thinking, not thinking, sleeping. I helped because I was trying to understand. I helped because I was hoping to see the world through another’s eyes. This is a form of knowledge, I assure myself.”
—S. S. Mandani, “Greater Jihad”
“A Silent Dialogue” with Douglas W. Milliken
The author of “Anyone Can Have a Good Time” reflects on gardens, legacy, memory, and returning home in a conversation with August Donovan.
My Grandfather with the Tiger Eyes
Juhea Kim shares how Korean history and her family legacy serve as the foundation for her newly released novel, Beasts of a Little Land.