Regina Abuyuan was a major force behind the first book of Agam. As a writer and editor, she was always both fierce and generous. She gave the enterprise the magic of her imagination, constantly probing for angles and approaches previously unexplored, giving the shape, power, and provocation that our first anthology carries to this day. We are able to discuss forthcoming books of Agam because of what Gina has given us.

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