Lunchbox Moments is a charity zine featuring work by Asian American and Pacific Islander artists and writers that explores our relationships with food and cultural identity. We use the term “lunchbox moments” to include and also transcend literal school lunch narratives centered on shame.
The first issue’s print run sold out entirely, and all proceeds went directly to San Francisco’s Chinatown Community Development Center, which operated the Feed + Fuel Chinatown initiative to support Chinatown restaurants and SRO residents.
Read the zine.
Watch a live reading from some of our contributors: