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In this bold, first-of-its kind collection, East Side Voices invites us to explore a dazzling spectrum of experience from the East and Southeast Asian diaspora living in Britain today.
Showcasing original essays and poetry from well-known celebrities, prize-winning literary stars and exciting new writers, East Side Voices takes us many places: from the frontlines of the NHS in the midst of the Covid pandemic, to the set of a Harry Potter film, from a bustling London restaurant to a spirit festival in Myanmar. In the process we navigate the legacies of family history, racial identity, assimilation and difference.
'Invaluable and delightful' Esquire
Edited by Helena Lee, founder of the East Side Voices cultural salon and Acting Deputy Editor of Harper's Bazaar.
A terrific read. It's going to be very important in all the debates around the ever-changing political and cultural life in this country.-- Lubaina Himid (November 2021)
About the Author
Helena Lee is the acting deputy editor of Harper's Bazaar. She is responsible for the publication's art and culture content, often collaborating and commissioning award-winning writers and artists. She co-edits the annual magazine Bazaar Art, celebrating women in the art world, and launched Bazaar Art Week in 2018, which was shortlisted for the BSME Best Innovation Award. In February 2020, she founded the platform East Side Voices to raise the visibility of talent of East and Southeast Asian heritage, and is also a leader in the #StopESEAHate campaign, a founding member of the Ginsburg Health Board, and a Women in Journalism mentor.