Corrie Martin

AsAmNews contributor, Instructor, Dept. of English

United States

Currently immersed in Asian American Dramatic Literature. #aapiwriter #queerart #humanities #feministteacher @phillipsacademy


Featured Pieces

OverAnd Literary Magazine
Aloha, 1984

Short short for inaugural issue of the OverAnd Lit Mag (a Phillips Academy Andover student publication)

Reporting on Asian America

Two Asian American rising stars win a prestigious award - AsAmNews Bad Ass Asians

By Corrie Martin, AsAmNews Staff Writer The Fred Ebb Foundation has named the composer/librettist team of Thailand-born Tidtaya Sinutoke and Filipina American Isabella Dawis as the 17th annual recipient for excellence in musical theater. This year's award is the first to go to an Asian American female writing team whose works foreground Asian American stories [...]

AAPI California Chefs Awarded MICHELIN Guide Stars - AsAmNews

Most news coming from the restaurant universe has been quite dire of late. Early in the pandemic, we were bombarded by reports of vandalism and harassment of Asian restaurants and Chinatown establishments. Later, the pandemic exposed the terrible working conditions and financial precarity endured by the people who cook, clean, wait tables, supply, and run our nation's restaurants.

South Korean Artist who Paints With a Needle Honored

The newly established Embroidery Studies Fund at The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum will honor the life work of Dr. Young Yang Chung, master embroiderer, scholar, and teacher who has educated and trained generations of students and devotees of the craft.

A Crazy Rich happy hour with Kevin Kwan and his famous friends - AsAmNews

It's a perfect early summer evening in June for a casual outing with a few friends at the local watering hole. Come as you are-"very informal, honey!" exclaims supercool actress and model Julia Nickson as you enter the room. We're here to talk story, relive the good old days.

Rediscover #OurAPAHeritage & learn family stories before it's too late

Stephen Chahn Lee believes every family has a trove of incredible stories. Even more, he believes in the value and joy of talking with our elders and prompting them to open up about the past. Unfortunately, Lee explains to AsAmNews, despite good intentions many families simply never have these conversations.

Education Matters

New Narratives: Reclaiming Asian Identity Through Story - Andover (Online) Edition
Before the Mast | A Reclamation of Asian American Art

The Addison Gallery of American Art turns out to be a great place to look for stories about Asian American art and artists.

Chinese Students at Andover Project
Learning with the Archives: Using the “Chinese Students at Andover” Digital Collection in the...

A lesson plan for instructors across the disciplines interested in using this newly digitized, curated special collection containing a vast repository of letters, documents, and images, along with annotated summaries, themes, and biographies related to the long history linking Phillips Academy Andover and China. The lesson is designed to help students flex skills of research, interpretation, analysis, and the creative production of new knowledge.

Tang Institute at Andover Blog
Climate and the Curriculum

The summit convened attendees from seven greater Boston-area public, charter, and private schools-including some 40 Andover students and teachers-who took part in The Humanities Workshop consortium this past academic year, working to advance interdisciplinary teaching and learning about climate justice issues.

Tang Institute at Andover Blog
Whither Wikipedia, Whither Democracy?

The Workshop dives into the complex universe of Wikipedia in order to grapple with important lessons about democracy.

Tang Institute at Andover Blog
Workshop 3.0 Is Coming

Andover students left campus just a handful of days ago for a well-deserved spring break. This afternoon, outside my window in Adams House, snow is falling onto the Quad from a darkly greying sky.

Andover Magazine: Spring 2015
The Roar of Gender Spring

Across campus and beyond, growing calls for another gender equity earthquake resound.

Stuff I said that made it into print

The Phillipian
AAPI Heritage Month Special: 10 Questions with M. Martin - The Phillipian

M. Martin is an Instructor in English and Interdisciplinary Studies, Senior Fellow at the Tang Institute, and Director of the CaMD Scholars Program. She also serves as club advisor to Asian Women Empowerment, Gender and Sexuality Alliance, and Andover Writers' Alliance.