Yearly Archives: 2016
diaCRITIC Eric Nguyen reviews Phong Nguyen's newest book, The Adventures of Joe Harper. On the first page of his manuscript of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,...
Donald Trump has triumphed, an accomplishment that many, except his most ardent supporters, deemed to be impossible. I didn't care for Clinton but I voted for her. The Democratic Party didn't leave me much choice. It went to the center and said to the left, take it or leave it. Now that playing it safe as a strategic and moral principle has failed, can we try something different?
diaCRITICS editor Viet Thanh Nguyen is interviewed by Jeffrey Fleishman on his thoughts on celebrity culture, capitalism, and American imperialism. Originally published by the Los Angeles Times.
Perfume River Poetry Review is accepting submissions for their fifth anniversary issue, centered on the theme "Vietnam Forever." Submissions will be accepted by mail only...
diaCRITIC Eric Nguyen bình luận cuốn tiểu thuyết đầu tay của Viet Dinh After Disasters.
the color blue is the color of eyes we do not have we push through what lies in front of us
Reviewed by Eric Nguyen. Grief is such a common subject in fiction, it’s difficult to make it new. To be fair, it’s a theme fertile for exploration and an experience that is universal. Vi Khi Nao’s newest book, Fish in Exile, fits perfectly into this tradition while also expanding it.