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Events upcoming

June 1, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[LIVE] AAWW & YU & ME BOOKS PRESENT: VANESSA HUA AND VANESSA CHAN

Vanessa Hua, Vanessa Chan


The Asian American Writers’ Workshop, in partnership with Yu & Me Books (NYC’s first Asian American woman-owned bookstore!), presents a reading and conversation with writer Vanessa Hua. Vanessa will join us to celebrate the publication of Forbidden City, a "grand, cinematic, captivating novel" (Cathy Park Hong), and will speak with...

June 14, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CONVERSATION: JOSEPH HAN AND CRYSTAL HANA KIM

Joseph Han, Crystal Hana Kim


RSVP HERE! The Asian American Writers' Workshop presents a virtual book launch event for Joseph Han's debut novel, Nuclear Family. An occasionally hilarious, and deeply moving story about family and history, this is a "moving exploration of the losses we inherit, the continual violence of borders, and the embodiedness of history"...

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Events upcoming

June 1, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[LIVE] AAWW & YU & ME BOOKS PRESENT: VANESSA HUA AND VANESSA CHAN

Vanessa Hua, Vanessa Chan


The Asian American Writers’ Workshop, in partnership with Yu & Me Books (NYC’s first Asian American woman-owned bookstore!), presents a reading and conversation with writer Vanessa Hua. Vanessa will join us to celebrate the publication of Forbidden City, a "grand, cinematic, captivating novel" (Cathy Park Hong), and will speak with...

June 14, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CONVERSATION: JOSEPH HAN AND CRYSTAL HANA KIM

Joseph Han, Crystal Hana Kim


RSVP HERE! The Asian American Writers' Workshop presents a virtual book launch event for Joseph Han's debut novel, Nuclear Family. An occasionally hilarious, and deeply moving story about family and history, this is a "moving exploration of the losses we inherit, the continual violence of borders, and the embodiedness of history"...

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