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American Born Chinese. New York: First Second, 2006. Print. Section I Comics, Caricatures, and Race in North America 1 A Moment Outside of Time The Visual Life of Homosexuality and Race in Tamaki and Tamaki’s Skim Monica Chiu Through the prose of Mariko Tamaki (author) and the art of Jillian Tamaki (illustrator), the graphic narrative Skim visually illustrates the hidden costs of being homosexual and Japanese Canadian in North America in the last decade of the twentieth century. On the one hand, Skim is a young adult novel about typical adolescent anxiety over peer acceptance; on the other, its visual rather than prose emphasis on sexuality and race presents a unique approach to thinking about teen outsiderism through absence and a strategic assembly of images.
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Rather, many chapters discuss novels by well-known Asian American authors (specifically Adrian Tomine and Gene Luen Yang) whose work has enjoyed much scholarly attention already. It also necessarily investigates those who have been publishing important work without concomitant recognition (Ann Marie Fleming, Derek Kirk Kim, Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki, Fred Chao, Tak Toyoshima) and introduces new authors/artists (June Kim, Shaun Tan, Jenifer K Wofford). Drawing New Color Lines argues how Asian American graphic narratives are already redefining a field still under nascent definition.