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February 21, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] WRITING CLUB: ON PASSAGES WITH MAURA NGUYễN DONOHUE


In collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, this Writing Club welcomes guest writer maura nguyễn donohue to facilitate a free, in-person writing workshop on the theme of passages, in conjunction with the exhibition An-My Lê: Between Two Rivers/Giữa hai giòng sông/Entre deux rivières.

March 7, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[RESCHEDULED] IN CONVERSATION: AN-MY Lê, MONIQUE TRUONG, AND OCEAN VUONG


Join us for our first event of the new year, a very special conversation between An-My Lê, Ocean Vuong, and Monique Truong, on Thursday, March 7.

March 25, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] LISA KO: MEMORY PIECE W/ AVA CHIN


Join Yu & Me Books and AAWW to celebrate Lisa Ko's new novel with Lisa and Ava Chin. MEMORY PIECE is an innovative and audacious story of three lifelong friends as they strive to build satisfying lives in a world that turns out to be radically different from the one they were promised.

April 4, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] CRYSTAL HANA KIM: THE STONE HOME W/ JULIA PHILLIPS


Presented by AAWW and Books Are Magic, join us to celebrate Crystal Hana Kim's The Stone Home, a hauntingly poetic family drama and coming-of-age story that reveals a dark corner of South Korean history through the eyes of a small community living in a reformatory center—a stunning work of great emotional power from the critically acclaimed author of If You Leave Me.

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Events upcoming

February 21, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] WRITING CLUB: ON PASSAGES WITH MAURA NGUYễN DONOHUE


In collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, this Writing Club welcomes guest writer maura nguyễn donohue to facilitate a free, in-person writing workshop on the theme of passages, in conjunction with the exhibition An-My Lê: Between Two Rivers/Giữa hai giòng sông/Entre deux rivières.

March 7, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[RESCHEDULED] IN CONVERSATION: AN-MY Lê, MONIQUE TRUONG, AND OCEAN VUONG


Join us for our first event of the new year, a very special conversation between An-My Lê, Ocean Vuong, and Monique Truong, on Thursday, March 7.

March 25, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] LISA KO: MEMORY PIECE W/ AVA CHIN


Join Yu & Me Books and AAWW to celebrate Lisa Ko's new novel with Lisa and Ava Chin. MEMORY PIECE is an innovative and audacious story of three lifelong friends as they strive to build satisfying lives in a world that turns out to be radically different from the one they were promised.

April 4, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] CRYSTAL HANA KIM: THE STONE HOME W/ JULIA PHILLIPS


Presented by AAWW and Books Are Magic, join us to celebrate Crystal Hana Kim's The Stone Home, a hauntingly poetic family drama and coming-of-age story that reveals a dark corner of South Korean history through the eyes of a small community living in a reformatory center—a stunning work of great emotional power from the critically acclaimed author of If You Leave Me.

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