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Southern Fried Asian

May 23, 2018

On this week's Southern Fried Asian, Keith sits down with fellow Virginian  Jenny Han, the New York Times-bestselling author of The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy as well as To All the Boys I've Loved Before -- soon to be a movie on Netflix -- and its subsequent sequels!

After trading stories about growing up in...


May 16, 2018

Since May is both Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and National Mental Health Awareness month, Keith speaks with Susie Reynolds Reece, the founder of Suicide Prevention Allies, the author of Children's Guide to Parenting, and the original "Southern Fried Asian."

Susie shares the story of her father's passing,...


May 9, 2018

In February, the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) held its first convening of Asian American filmmakers in the South. Dubbed, "Beyond Borders: Diverse Voices of the American South," the event brought together these filmmakers and organizers to Durham, North Carolina to build community. On a new episode of Southern...


May 2, 2018

At WICOMICON in Baltimore, comic book writer Greg Pak joins an all new live recorded episode of Southern Fried Asian.

Greg joins Keith live on stage to talk about how growing up in Dallas, Texas ultimately influenced his work (3:00) and his love of genres (5:00). He also explains the importance of "diversity...


Apr 18, 2018

On an all new episode of Southern Fried Asian, Keith sits down with comic book artist, Joshua Luna.

Josh and Keith talk about growing up in Virginia and what led Josh to creating comics about Asian American identity go viral on Twitter (2:00). They also discuss the South's hidden Asian American histories (4:30) and the...