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by Karen Ma Karen Ma and Lijia Zhang Lijia Zhang, a Chinese rocket-factory worker turned journalist, burst onto the English-language book scene with her 2008 memoir, Socialism is Great: A Worker

2. Karen Ma
(March 2017/Contributors)
Karen Ma is a Beijing-based Chinese-American writer who holds an MA from the University of Washington in Chinese Language and Literature. She is the author of Excess Baggage (China Books, 2013), a sem

3. Karen Ma
(March 2016/Contributors)
Karen Ma is a Beijing-based Chinese-American writer who holds an MA from the University of Washington in Chinese Language and Literature. She is the author of Excess Baggage (China Books, 2

by Karen Ma   Geling Yan (author), Esther Tyldesley (translator), Little Aunt Crane, Harvill Secker, 2015. 400 pgs.   Two young women on opposite sides of history—one Japanese, th

5. Karen Ma
(December 2014/Contributors)
Karen Ma is a Chinese-American author/journalist based in Beijing. A contributing writer for many international publications, Ma has authored numerous articles on cross-cultural issues for the Intern

by Karen Ma   Susan Blumberg-Kason, Good Chinese Wife: A Love Affair with China Gone Wrong, Sourcebooks, 2014. 352 pgs.   Reading Susan Blumberg-Kason's very intense and intimate me

... their mother in early childhood. Where did this idea come from? How far is the story autobiographical? Karen Ma: The story is semi-autobiographical. I have a sister raised separately from me who,...

by Emma Zhang   Karen Ma, Excess Baggage, China Books, 2013. 330 pgs.   Torn asunder by the weight of their nation's history and by devastating personal choices, a Chinese family s

9. Karen Ma
(July 2011/Contributors)
Karen Ma grew up in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seattle. A recipient of the Japanese Cultural Ministry's Monbusho scholarship, she holds a BA from Tokyo's Sophia University in comparative literatures

by Karen Ma Chinese Whiskers, published this January by Harper, is the second book of Pallavi Aiyar, a former Beijing correspondent for the Indian paper the Hindu. The 218-page fable follows the pe

11. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(July 2011/Front page)
...m (Billy) Noseworthy, Ruth Y.Y. Hung, Jason Eng Hun Lee, Maura Elizabeth Cunningham, Emily Walz Interview: Karen Ma We are  accepting submissions for the Fourth Anniversary Issue, which is sche...

12. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2014/Front page)
...rcival, Kathlene Postma, Ivy Poon, Amy Lewis  Reviews: Glen Hamilton, Henry W. Leung, Michael Tsang, Karen Ma, Emily Chow, Carolyn Lau, Lu Jin, Elen Turner, William Noseworthy   Our dela...

13. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2016/Front page)
...cover artist),​ Shara K. Johnson, Jia Dong Reviews: Lucas Klein​, Michael Tsang​, Grant Hamilton​, Karen Ma, Kathy Wong​, Kerri Lu​, Collier Nogues​, See Tshiung Han​, William Nosewor...

14. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2017/Front page)
NEW: Cha International Poetry Prize 2017   Issue​ 35 of Cha is now available. We would like to thank Ankur Agarwal (poetry) and Michael Gray (prose) for reading the submissions with

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