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December 1, 2022 , 6:30 PM

[LIVE] MARINA BUDHOS IN CONVERSATION WITH COUNCIL MEMBER SHEKAR KRISHNAN

Marina Budhos, Shekar Krishnan


Join us for a conversation on asylum and sanctuary between award-winning author Marina Budhos and New York City Council Member Shekar Krishnan about Budhos' latest book, We Are All We Have. When a teenage girl's single mom is taken by ICE, everything changes. Seventeen-year-old Rania is shaken awake in her...

December 1, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] THE TRAUMA OF CASTE: A DALIT-FEMINIST LED CELEBRATION & DISCUSSION

Thenmozhi Soundararajan, Pabitra Dash, Mimi Mondal, John Boopalan, Dhanya Addanki


RSVP HERE In December, we'll convene a A Dalit feminist-led celebration and discussion of Thenmozhi Soundararajan's anticipated new book, The Trauma of Caste: A Dalit Feminist Meditation on Survivorship, Healing, and Abolition featuring Thenmozhi Soundararajan (the @DalitDiva), John Boopalan, Pabitra Dash, and Mimi Mondal, and moderated by Dhanya Addanki. Purchase a...

December 6, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[LIVE] AAWW & THE STRAND PRESENT: SABRINA IMBLER + RACHEL E. GROSS

Sabrina Imbler, Rachel E. Gross


PURCHASE TICKETS HERE Join us for an in-person event with writer and science journalist Sabrina Imbler for the launch of their new book How Far The Light Reaches: A Life in Ten Sea Creatures. Joining Sabrina in conversation is award-winning journalist, Rachel E. Gross. This event will be hosted in...

December 7, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[LIVE] WRITING CLUB WITH MOMA: ON US WITH MIMI ZHU


REGISTER NOW! In collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, AAWW Presents Writing Club. This December, Writing Club welcomes guest writer Mimi Zhu to facilitate a writing workshop on community and interconnectedness. Mimi Zhu will introduce works of art by Martin Wong, Jenny Hozler, and Lady Pink, share a series...

December 9, 2022 , 6:30 PM

[LIVE] ROSES, IN THE MOUTH OF A LION BOOK LAUNCH: CONVERSATION & CELEBRATION

Bushra Rehman, Rajiv Mohabir, DJ Rekha


BUY TICKETS HERE Join us for an in-person event with award-winning novelist, Bushra Rehman, for the release of her new book Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion. This event is co-presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and the Strand, with sponsors Asian/Pacific/American (A/P/A) Institute at NYU and South...

December 10, 2022 , 2:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: BLURRING THE GENRE LINES OF SPECULATIVE FICTION


2 sessions, December 10 and 17, 2 PM ET - 5 PM ET Sliding Scale $100-$200 REGISTER HERE! **This is a workshop exclusively for BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color) writers. We encourage Queer and Trans BIPOC folx register. We ask all non-BIPOC allies to take a step back from this workshop.**...

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Events upcoming

December 1, 2022 , 6:30 PM

[LIVE] MARINA BUDHOS IN CONVERSATION WITH COUNCIL MEMBER SHEKAR KRISHNAN

Marina Budhos, Shekar Krishnan


Join us for a conversation on asylum and sanctuary between award-winning author Marina Budhos and New York City Council Member Shekar Krishnan about Budhos' latest book, We Are All We Have. When a teenage girl's single mom is taken by ICE, everything changes. Seventeen-year-old Rania is shaken awake in her...

December 1, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] THE TRAUMA OF CASTE: A DALIT-FEMINIST LED CELEBRATION & DISCUSSION

Thenmozhi Soundararajan, Pabitra Dash, Mimi Mondal, John Boopalan, Dhanya Addanki


RSVP HERE In December, we'll convene a A Dalit feminist-led celebration and discussion of Thenmozhi Soundararajan's anticipated new book, The Trauma of Caste: A Dalit Feminist Meditation on Survivorship, Healing, and Abolition featuring Thenmozhi Soundararajan (the @DalitDiva), John Boopalan, Pabitra Dash, and Mimi Mondal, and moderated by Dhanya Addanki. Purchase a...

December 6, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[LIVE] AAWW & THE STRAND PRESENT: SABRINA IMBLER + RACHEL E. GROSS

Sabrina Imbler, Rachel E. Gross


PURCHASE TICKETS HERE Join us for an in-person event with writer and science journalist Sabrina Imbler for the launch of their new book How Far The Light Reaches: A Life in Ten Sea Creatures. Joining Sabrina in conversation is award-winning journalist, Rachel E. Gross. This event will be hosted in...

December 7, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[LIVE] WRITING CLUB WITH MOMA: ON US WITH MIMI ZHU


REGISTER NOW! In collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, AAWW Presents Writing Club. This December, Writing Club welcomes guest writer Mimi Zhu to facilitate a writing workshop on community and interconnectedness. Mimi Zhu will introduce works of art by Martin Wong, Jenny Hozler, and Lady Pink, share a series...

December 9, 2022 , 6:30 PM

[LIVE] ROSES, IN THE MOUTH OF A LION BOOK LAUNCH: CONVERSATION & CELEBRATION

Bushra Rehman, Rajiv Mohabir, DJ Rekha


BUY TICKETS HERE Join us for an in-person event with award-winning novelist, Bushra Rehman, for the release of her new book Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion. This event is co-presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and the Strand, with sponsors Asian/Pacific/American (A/P/A) Institute at NYU and South...

December 10, 2022 , 2:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: BLURRING THE GENRE LINES OF SPECULATIVE FICTION


2 sessions, December 10 and 17, 2 PM ET - 5 PM ET Sliding Scale $100-$200 REGISTER HERE! **This is a workshop exclusively for BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color) writers. We encourage Queer and Trans BIPOC folx register. We ask all non-BIPOC allies to take a step back from this workshop.**...

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