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February 3, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CONVERSATION: V. V. GANESHANANTHAN AND MIRA JACOB


RSVP HERE! The Asian American Writers’ Workshop presents a virtual book launch event for V. V. Ganeshananthan's novel, Brotherless Night. A heartbreaking exploration of civil war and its' impact on a Sri Lankan family, Ganeshananthan presents “an achingly moving portrait of a world full of turmoil, but one in which...

February 15, 2023 , 6:00 PM

AAWW AND YU & ME BOOKS PRESENT: WELCOME ME TO THE KINGDOM WITH MAI NARDONE AND C PAM ZHANG


An immersive debut set across the temples, slums, and gated estates of late-twentieth century Bangkok, telling the story of three families striving to control their destinies in a merciless, sometimes brutally violent, metropolis. Mai Nardone is a Thai and American writer whose fiction has appeared in American Short Fiction, Granta,...

February 24, 2023 , 7:00 PM

AAWW, THE KOREA SOCIETY & THE STRAND PRESENT: PATRICIA PARK


This event is co-presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, The Korea Society, and the Strand. For more information, please visit their websites at aaww.org and koreasociety.org. Join us for an in-person event with award-winning author, Patricia Park, for the release of her debut YA novel, Imposter Syndrome and Other Confessions of Alejandra Kim. Joining Patricia in conversation is New...

February 25, 2023 , 4:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] A COLLAGE OF UNDERSTORIES: EKPHRASIS, EPISTLES, & ELEGIES

Michelle Penaloza


Saturdays, February 25 and March 4 | 4 PM ET - 6 PM ET (1 PM PST - 3 PM PST) Online | 2 Sessions | Sliding Scale $100- $200 REGISTER HERE! **This workshop is exclusively for BIPOC (Black and Indigenous, and People of Color) writers. If you are not...

February 28, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] MOUTH TO MOUTH SHOWCASE WITH OPEN MIC

Kay Ulanday Barrett, Aurielle Marie, Noah Arhm Choi


Join us for another Mouth to Mouth with Open Mic on February 28 at 7 PM ET! Hosted and curated by Kay Ulanday Barrett, this month Mouth to Mouth celebrates writers Aurielle Marie and Noah Arhm Choi! Limited open mic slots are available! To put your name in for lottery...

March 3, 2023 , 5:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] SHARED SUSTENANCE: ROOTS AS NARRATIVE POSSIBILITY

Aaisha Bhuiyan and Sana Khan


Friday, March 3, 2023 | 6 PM ET - 8 PM ET Online | 1 Session | Sliding Scale $50- $100 REGISTER HERE! **This workshop is exclusively for BIPOC (Black and Indigenous, and People of Color) writers. If you are not BIPOC, we ask that you do not register.** **LIMITED...

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Events upcoming

February 3, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CONVERSATION: V. V. GANESHANANTHAN AND MIRA JACOB


RSVP HERE! The Asian American Writers’ Workshop presents a virtual book launch event for V. V. Ganeshananthan's novel, Brotherless Night. A heartbreaking exploration of civil war and its' impact on a Sri Lankan family, Ganeshananthan presents “an achingly moving portrait of a world full of turmoil, but one in which...

February 15, 2023 , 6:00 PM

AAWW AND YU & ME BOOKS PRESENT: WELCOME ME TO THE KINGDOM WITH MAI NARDONE AND C PAM ZHANG


An immersive debut set across the temples, slums, and gated estates of late-twentieth century Bangkok, telling the story of three families striving to control their destinies in a merciless, sometimes brutally violent, metropolis. Mai Nardone is a Thai and American writer whose fiction has appeared in American Short Fiction, Granta,...

February 24, 2023 , 7:00 PM

AAWW, THE KOREA SOCIETY & THE STRAND PRESENT: PATRICIA PARK


This event is co-presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, The Korea Society, and the Strand. For more information, please visit their websites at aaww.org and koreasociety.org. Join us for an in-person event with award-winning author, Patricia Park, for the release of her debut YA novel, Imposter Syndrome and Other Confessions of Alejandra Kim. Joining Patricia in conversation is New...

February 25, 2023 , 4:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] A COLLAGE OF UNDERSTORIES: EKPHRASIS, EPISTLES, & ELEGIES

Michelle Penaloza


Saturdays, February 25 and March 4 | 4 PM ET - 6 PM ET (1 PM PST - 3 PM PST) Online | 2 Sessions | Sliding Scale $100- $200 REGISTER HERE! **This workshop is exclusively for BIPOC (Black and Indigenous, and People of Color) writers. If you are not...

February 28, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] MOUTH TO MOUTH SHOWCASE WITH OPEN MIC

Kay Ulanday Barrett, Aurielle Marie, Noah Arhm Choi


Join us for another Mouth to Mouth with Open Mic on February 28 at 7 PM ET! Hosted and curated by Kay Ulanday Barrett, this month Mouth to Mouth celebrates writers Aurielle Marie and Noah Arhm Choi! Limited open mic slots are available! To put your name in for lottery...

March 3, 2023 , 5:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] SHARED SUSTENANCE: ROOTS AS NARRATIVE POSSIBILITY

Aaisha Bhuiyan and Sana Khan


Friday, March 3, 2023 | 6 PM ET - 8 PM ET Online | 1 Session | Sliding Scale $50- $100 REGISTER HERE! **This workshop is exclusively for BIPOC (Black and Indigenous, and People of Color) writers. If you are not BIPOC, we ask that you do not register.** **LIMITED...

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