Angelica LeMinh is an analog girl in a digital world. She’s been an old lady since she was eight, when the folks at the post office used to cower at the sight of her coming to complain about rising stamp prices. It’s because of a book that she learned compassion for the first time, and to date, she still does everything in her power to read and write. She is ecstatic to contribute “The Hip Hop Reading Rainbow,” a book column for Pound Magazine.