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June 27, 2022 , 6:30 PM

[LIVE] I WANT SKY IN NEW YORK: A READING FOR SARAH HEGAZI


RSVP HERE! In celebration of the life of Sarah Hegazi, two years after her tragic death, join us for a loving Pride reading in New York. Guest editor Mariam Bazeed will be joined by authors from the special tribute publication I Want Sky to read in a garden space for...

June 29, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] MOUTH TO MOUTH: QUEER LIBERATION 2022!

Kay Ulanday Barrett, Jimena Lucero, Ariana Brown, aureleo sans, and Michal 'MJ' Jones


Come celebrate Queer Liberation with Mouth to Mouth, hosted and curated by Kay Ulanday Barrett and Jimena Lucero! This month we’re featuring powerhouse writers Ariana Brown, aureleo sans, Kirin Khan, and Michal “MJ” Jones. Come celebrate their work with us! RSVP HERE to receive a link the day of the...

June 30, 2022 , 5:30 PM

[LIVE] DOROTHY TSE AND JAMES SHEA IN CONVERSATION WITH JEREMY TIANG

Dorothy Tse, James Shea, Jeremy Tiang


The Asian American Writers’ Workshop, in partnership with Yu & Me Books (NYC’s first Asian American woman-owned bookstore!), presents a bilingual reading and conversation with writers and translators Dorothy Tse, James Shea, and Jeremy Tiang. Celebrating the publication of Moving a Stone, which collects poems by the Hong Kong poet Yam Gong,...

June 30, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[LIVE] A CELEBRATORY READING FROM THE WINE NOTEBOOK: WRITING ON ALCHEMY, MEMORY, AND SENSATION

Sarah Aziza, Madeleine Mori, Angela Qian, Janelle Tan, Vincent Tolentino


Join us as we celebrate WINE, a portfolio of poetry and prose published on The Margins in June. Edited by writer and former Margins fellow Madeleine Mori, WINE celebrates lyric writing that speaks to wine, perception, and memory. Mori and notebook contributors Sarah Aziza, Angela Qian, Janelle Tan, and Vincent...

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...

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June 27, 2022 , 6:30 PM

[LIVE] I WANT SKY IN NEW YORK: A READING FOR SARAH HEGAZI


RSVP HERE! In celebration of the life of Sarah Hegazi, two years after her tragic death, join us for a loving Pride reading in New York. Guest editor Mariam Bazeed will be joined by authors from the special tribute publication I Want Sky to read in a garden space for...

June 29, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] MOUTH TO MOUTH: QUEER LIBERATION 2022!

Kay Ulanday Barrett, Jimena Lucero, Ariana Brown, aureleo sans, and Michal 'MJ' Jones


Come celebrate Queer Liberation with Mouth to Mouth, hosted and curated by Kay Ulanday Barrett and Jimena Lucero! This month we’re featuring powerhouse writers Ariana Brown, aureleo sans, Kirin Khan, and Michal “MJ” Jones. Come celebrate their work with us! RSVP HERE to receive a link the day of the...

June 30, 2022 , 5:30 PM

[LIVE] DOROTHY TSE AND JAMES SHEA IN CONVERSATION WITH JEREMY TIANG

Dorothy Tse, James Shea, Jeremy Tiang


The Asian American Writers’ Workshop, in partnership with Yu & Me Books (NYC’s first Asian American woman-owned bookstore!), presents a bilingual reading and conversation with writers and translators Dorothy Tse, James Shea, and Jeremy Tiang. Celebrating the publication of Moving a Stone, which collects poems by the Hong Kong poet Yam Gong,...

June 30, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[LIVE] A CELEBRATORY READING FROM THE WINE NOTEBOOK: WRITING ON ALCHEMY, MEMORY, AND SENSATION

Sarah Aziza, Madeleine Mori, Angela Qian, Janelle Tan, Vincent Tolentino


Join us as we celebrate WINE, a portfolio of poetry and prose published on The Margins in June. Edited by writer and former Margins fellow Madeleine Mori, WINE celebrates lyric writing that speaks to wine, perception, and memory. Mori and notebook contributors Sarah Aziza, Angela Qian, Janelle Tan, and Vincent...

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...

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