R.F. Kuang’s Novel “Yellowface” Is a Brutal Satire of Publishing, and the Industry Loves It – The New York Times

In “Yellowface,” R.F. Kuang draws on her own experiences to tackle issues like cultural appropriation and representation. “I hate the feeling of being read just because somebody’s trying to tick off a diversity check box,” she says.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2023/05/12/books/yellowface-rf-kuang.html

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