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Events upcoming

July 6, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: WE COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER THE WAY WE COMMUNICATE WITH OURSELVES

Mimi Zhu


Wednesday, July 6 | 6 PM ET - 7:30 PM ET | Sliding Scale $25-$75 Online | 1 Session | REGISTER HERE! **This is a workshop exclusively for BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color) writers, prioritizing Queer, Trans, and Nonbinary BIPOC. We ask all allies to take a step back from this...

July 19, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CONVERSATION: JAMIL JAN KOCHAI AND KARAN MAHAJAN

Jamil Jan Kochai, Karan Mahajan


RSVP HERE! This July, the Asian American Writers' Workshop brings together authors Jamil Jan Kochai and Karan Mahajan to discuss and celebrate Jamil's debut short story collection, The Haunting of Hajji Hotak and Other Stories. A luminous exploration of the Afghan diaspora and modern-day Afghanistan, these stories trace the wounds...

July 22, 2022 , 10:00 AM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: ON MOTHERHOOD

Aaisha Bhuiyan and Sana Khan


Fridays, July 22 and 29, 2022 | 10 AM ET - 12 PM ET Online | 2 Sessions | Sliding Scale $75- $150 | REGISTER HERE! (One Ticket Per Family Unit) **This is a workshop that priorities BIPOC writers but welcomes allies.** **Apply for a scholarship seat here! Limited scholarship...

August 22, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: CRAFT OF COLLABORATION: RADICAL TOGETHERNESS IN TIMES OF CRISES, A WORKSHOP FOR ASIAN AND ASIAN DIASPORIC POETS


Monday, August 22 | 6 PM ET - 8:30 PM ET | Sliding Scale $50- $100 Online | 1 Session | REGISTER HERE! **This is a workshop that prioritizes Asian and Asian diasporic writers. We ask all allies to take a step back and to not register for this workshop.**...

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Events upcoming

July 6, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: WE COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER THE WAY WE COMMUNICATE WITH OURSELVES

Mimi Zhu


Wednesday, July 6 | 6 PM ET - 7:30 PM ET | Sliding Scale $25-$75 Online | 1 Session | REGISTER HERE! **This is a workshop exclusively for BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color) writers, prioritizing Queer, Trans, and Nonbinary BIPOC. We ask all allies to take a step back from this...

July 19, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CONVERSATION: JAMIL JAN KOCHAI AND KARAN MAHAJAN

Jamil Jan Kochai, Karan Mahajan


RSVP HERE! This July, the Asian American Writers' Workshop brings together authors Jamil Jan Kochai and Karan Mahajan to discuss and celebrate Jamil's debut short story collection, The Haunting of Hajji Hotak and Other Stories. A luminous exploration of the Afghan diaspora and modern-day Afghanistan, these stories trace the wounds...

July 22, 2022 , 10:00 AM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: ON MOTHERHOOD

Aaisha Bhuiyan and Sana Khan


Fridays, July 22 and 29, 2022 | 10 AM ET - 12 PM ET Online | 2 Sessions | Sliding Scale $75- $150 | REGISTER HERE! (One Ticket Per Family Unit) **This is a workshop that priorities BIPOC writers but welcomes allies.** **Apply for a scholarship seat here! Limited scholarship...

August 22, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: CRAFT OF COLLABORATION: RADICAL TOGETHERNESS IN TIMES OF CRISES, A WORKSHOP FOR ASIAN AND ASIAN DIASPORIC POETS


Monday, August 22 | 6 PM ET - 8:30 PM ET | Sliding Scale $50- $100 Online | 1 Session | REGISTER HERE! **This is a workshop that prioritizes Asian and Asian diasporic writers. We ask all allies to take a step back and to not register for this workshop.**...

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