My story, Butter Tea at Starbucks, is out in the most recently issue of The New Quarterly (issue 140).
The story is set in 2008 in the lead up to the Summer Olympics in Beijing. It's about sisters and postpartum depression, the politics of Tibet, and the excruciating uncertainty of quarter life. But it's also about fire and water, circles and balance.
Butter Tea took a long time to write and rewrite (and write and rewrite and write and rewrite and write and rewrite) but I'm really proud of how it turned out.