A project of the Diasporic Vietnamese Artists' Network, diaCRITICS is a group blog that "highlights art, literature, and stories from writers, artists, and culture-makers of the Vietnamese and Southeast Asian diaspora, on and from all shores." First-time visitors to diaCRITICS may like to begin by navigating to the about section for a helpful overview of this project's mission and the scope of their work. The blog's content is wide-ranging and includes reviews of books and performances, essays exploring aspects of diasporic identities and experiences, and profiles interviewing (mostly) artists and writers in the diasporic community. Creative formats such as poetry, original fiction, photography, and comics can also be found here. While the majority of diaCRITICS is written in English, those who speak (or are learning) Vietnamese may be pleased to know that one section of the site is written in that language. diaCRITICS was founded by the Vietnamese-American author Viet Thanh Nguyen, who is perhaps best known for his Pulitzer-winning debut novel The Sympathizer.