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Events upcoming

November 30, 2021 , 6:00 PM

WORKSHOP: LANGUAGE IN THE TIME OF EMOJI

Arlene Ducao and Myeong Hong Hurwitz


REGISTER HERE! ONLINE: 11/30, 6 PM ET - 9 PM ET SLIDING SCALE $50 - $100 *** Limited tuition support available. Please see below for instructions  *** Join us for a workshop with Arlene Ducao and Myeong Hong Hurwitz as they dive into the language of emojis and design! The...

December 3, 2021 , 7:00 PM

REMEMBERING OUR INTIMACIES: MOʻOLELO, ALOHA ʻĀINA, AND EA

Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio, Terisa Siagatonu, Noenoe Silva


RSVP HERE! In December we will convene a panel of Pacific Islander poets, activists, and scholars to discuss the driving forces behind their work, and their connections to Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio's forthcoming book  Remembering Our Intimacies: Moʻolelo, Aloha ʻĀina, and Ea. Incorporating discussions of their creative work and scholarship, our...

December 7, 2021 , 7:00 PM

TELL ME HOW TO BE

Neel Patel, Abdi Nazemian


RSVP HERE! Join us as we celebrate the launch of Neel Patel's debut novel, Tell Me How to Be, with a reading and 1:1 author conversation with Neel. This "daring, hilarious, poignant" (Deesha Philyaw, author of The Secret Lives of Church Ladies) story of the bond between an Indian-American mother...

December 11, 2021 , 2:00 PM

WORKSHOP: UNTANGLING MEMORY

Tiana Nobile


REGISTER HERE! ONLINE: 12/11, 2 PM ET - 5 PM ET / 1 PM CT - 4 PM CT SLIDING SCALE $50 - $100 ***Limited scholarship seats are available by lottery. To put your name in the hat, please complete this form. Applicants will be contacted 1 week prior to...

December 14, 2021 , 7:00 PM

AAWW AT 30: ACTIVATING THE ARCHIVE

Amitava Kumar, Monica Youn, Alexander Chee, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Hua Hsu


REGISTER HERE In December, we'll celebrate the final event of our AAWW at 30 retrospective series with Amitava Kumar, Monica Youn, Alexander Chee, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, and Hua Hsu. These writers from our community have all played a unique role in the Workshop's history – from hosting their first book...

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Events upcoming

November 30, 2021 , 6:00 PM

WORKSHOP: LANGUAGE IN THE TIME OF EMOJI

Arlene Ducao and Myeong Hong Hurwitz


REGISTER HERE! ONLINE: 11/30, 6 PM ET - 9 PM ET SLIDING SCALE $50 - $100 *** Limited tuition support available. Please see below for instructions  *** Join us for a workshop with Arlene Ducao and Myeong Hong Hurwitz as they dive into the language of emojis and design! The...

December 3, 2021 , 7:00 PM

REMEMBERING OUR INTIMACIES: MOʻOLELO, ALOHA ʻĀINA, AND EA

Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio, Terisa Siagatonu, Noenoe Silva


RSVP HERE! In December we will convene a panel of Pacific Islander poets, activists, and scholars to discuss the driving forces behind their work, and their connections to Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio's forthcoming book  Remembering Our Intimacies: Moʻolelo, Aloha ʻĀina, and Ea. Incorporating discussions of their creative work and scholarship, our...

December 7, 2021 , 7:00 PM

TELL ME HOW TO BE

Neel Patel, Abdi Nazemian


RSVP HERE! Join us as we celebrate the launch of Neel Patel's debut novel, Tell Me How to Be, with a reading and 1:1 author conversation with Neel. This "daring, hilarious, poignant" (Deesha Philyaw, author of The Secret Lives of Church Ladies) story of the bond between an Indian-American mother...

December 11, 2021 , 2:00 PM

WORKSHOP: UNTANGLING MEMORY

Tiana Nobile


REGISTER HERE! ONLINE: 12/11, 2 PM ET - 5 PM ET / 1 PM CT - 4 PM CT SLIDING SCALE $50 - $100 ***Limited scholarship seats are available by lottery. To put your name in the hat, please complete this form. Applicants will be contacted 1 week prior to...

December 14, 2021 , 7:00 PM

AAWW AT 30: ACTIVATING THE ARCHIVE

Amitava Kumar, Monica Youn, Alexander Chee, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Hua Hsu


REGISTER HERE In December, we'll celebrate the final event of our AAWW at 30 retrospective series with Amitava Kumar, Monica Youn, Alexander Chee, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, and Hua Hsu. These writers from our community have all played a unique role in the Workshop's history – from hosting their first book...

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As I inhaled the sharpness I thought about how much I loved her, and I thought about all the things I would do to prove it.

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