G. Willow Wilson
Books by G. Willow Wilson
“I have an expansive view of what counts as literature. Ms. Marvel is a comic, released as a graphic novel. It was created by G. Willow Wilson, a convert to Islam, and Sana Amanat, who is South Asian. Together they realistically depict a modern Pakistani American family. It’s about Kamala Khan, a Pakistani Muslim American from New Jersey who has all the usual teen problems. She’s trying to fit in at high school, her family has certain expectations, she has a motley crew of friends, including one who wears hijab, and her brother is particularly religious. She’s a geek who gets superpowers overnight.” Read more...
The Best South Asian American Novels
Interviews where books by G. Willow Wilson were recommended
The Best South Asian American Novels, recommended by Wajahat Ali
South Asian Americans are too often treated as sidekicks or even suspects in national narratives. Wajahat Ali recommends five fantastic novels by South Asian American authors, and makes a compelling case that for the United States to succeed as a multi-racial democracy, “it is key that people pick up the pen to tell America’s full story.”