Madeline Leung Coleman is a writer and editor based in New York City.
She writes about art, food, diaspora, and the flotsam and jetsam of late capitalism—including 1970s Chinese Americana, Instagram and surveillance, and how protein bars became an American staple food. (Plus a lot of other things.)
Her story about how Asian restaurant owners fueled the rise of California punk music is currently being developed into a feature film.
She's also a senior editor at The Nation.
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