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Olivia on the Record: A Radical Experiment in Women's Music
If you missed the book launch, or want to catch up on Olivia on the Record news you can browse all of the links below to see the updates!
Find the book launch recording with captions, live music by Mary Watkins, and an introduction by Achy Obejas here or click the preview below.
Ginny has been on the air in radio interviews with KWMR, This Way Out, and KMUD.
Get your loved one a signed copy of Olivia on the Record and invite joy by playing them songs from some of the Olivia Records musicians featured in this compilation as you read along! Buy your signed copy today!
New book out now by former Aunt Lute staff member!
Chenxing Han's first book, Be the Refuge: Raising the Voices of Asian American Buddhists, was released on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 with North Atlantic Books, a Bay Area–based independent nonprofit publisher.
“In this impressive debut, Buddhist chaplain Han offers an illuminating analysis of the intersection of race and privilege within American Buddhist communities.”
— Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
Be the Refuge is both critique and celebration, calling out the erasure of Asian American Buddhists while uplifting the complexity and nuance of their authentic stories and vital, thriving communities. Encouraging frank conversations about race, representation, and inclusivity among Buddhists of all backgrounds, Be the Refuge embodies the spirit of interconnection that glows at the heart of American Buddhism.
"Be the Refuge is a labor of love more than eight years in the making. Back in 2012, I realized that more than two-thirds of American Buddhists are of Asian heritage—yet it was a struggle to find Asian American Buddhists voices. That realization inspired me to start interviewing young adult Asian American Buddhists. Eighty-nine interviews later, I realized these voices merited a book. Be the Refuge weaves these voices with scholarly insights and my own story of grappling with what it means to be both a racial and religious minority in America."
— Chenxing Han, author
Aunt Lute Author Updates
Kay Ulanday Barrett
Kay's most recent book, More Than Organs, is a 2021 Stonewall Book Awards Barbara Gittings Literature Award Honor Book! Available for purchase here.
Piyali was featured on Lit The Write Way episode: Whit and Drae interview the one and only Piyali Bhattacharya
Devi S. Laskar
Devi was featured in A Measure of Belonging: Twenty-One Writers of Color on the New American South which was released in fall of last year.
Juliana Delgado Lopera
Juliana's Young Adult novel, Fiebre Tropical, has been nominated for a 2021 Queerties awards. Voting closes on today so get your vote in!
New work in McSweeney’s 62 The Queer Fiction Issue!
ire'ne lara silva
ire'ne has an Anthology Release, Book Festival, Workshop, Class visit via Zoom and Book Festival Online coming up in April. More information TBA here.