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Tokyo Ueno Station

Miri, Yu
Akutagawa-award-winning author Yu Miri uses her outsider's perspective as a Zainichi (Korean-Japanese) writer to craft a novel of utmost importance to this moment, a powerful rebuke to the Imperial system and a sensitive, deeply felt depiction of the lives of Japan's most vulnerable people.

Love in the Big City

Park, Sang Young
A fresh and unique debut novel by the bestselling young star of Korean queer fiction about queers and Catholicism, women, abortion, STDs, and the socio-economic class divide in contemporary South Korea.

Tomb of Sand

Shree, Geetanjali
An eighty-year-old woman slips into a deep depression at the death of her husband, then resurfaces to gain a new lease on life and travels back to Pakistan with her daughter, simultaneously confronting the unresolved trauma of her teenage experiences of Partition, and re-evaluating what it means to be a mother, a daughter, a woman, a feminist.