Crying in H Mart is a memoir by Michelle Zauner. It tells a story if an American Asian person, explorinf the themes of identity, family, love and grief.
Aftershocks is a memoir by Nadia Owusu. It explores identify and belonging, who we are and where we fit. There are the ties of biology and those of shared space, time, and experience. This memoir chronicles Nadia’s relationships with her family, centering her relationships with her father, mother, and stepmother, a combination of love, fear,…
Notes From a Young Black Chef is a memoir by Kwame Onwuachi, written with Joshua David Stein. It begins with Chef Onwuachi at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in DC. He takes a moment to reflect on the building and the history it contains. He’s been hired to feed 47 people…