The Best Asian American Fiction - February 2021

Based on the analysis of 19,998 reviews.



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Min Jin Lee

Min Jin Lee's debut Book, Free Food for Millionaires, was one of Those "Top 10 Publications of the Year" for The Times (London), NPR's Fresh Air, and USA Today.

Her short fiction has been featured on NPR's Selected Shorts. Her writings have appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, The Times (London), Vogue, Travel+Leisure, Wall Street Journal, New York Times Magazine, and Food & Wine. Her essays and literary criticism have been anthologized. She served as a columnist for the Chosun Ilbo, South Korea's paper. She lives in New York with her loved ones.

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Lisa See

Lisa See is China Dolls, Peony in Love, '' Dreams of Joy, Shanghai Girls, also the New York Times bestselling author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan. The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, her latest novel, will soon be published by Scribner in March 2017. Booklist has stated of this book, “See’s revolve around the unbreakable bonds between daughters and mothers, by birth and by circumstance, becomes a homage to unconditional love. ” Ms. See has also composed a mystery series that occurs in China, in addition to About Gold Mountain, which will be about her Chinese-American family. Her novels have been published in 39 languages. Ms. See was respected as National Woman of the Year by the Organization of Chinese American women in 2001, has been the recipient of this Chinese American Museum’s History Producers Award in 2003, and is slated to receive the Golden Spike Award from the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California at 2017.

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Celeste Ng

Celeste Ng grew up in Shaker Heights, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Ohio.
She attended Harvard University and earned an MFA from the University of
Michigan. Her debut book, Everything I Never Heard You, won the Hopwood Award, and the
Massachusetts Book Award, and the Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature and the
ALA’s Alex Award and is a 2016 NEA fellow. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. To learn more about her and her work, see her site in or follow her on Twitter: @pronounced_ing.

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