Upcoming Events

Slow Magic: Writing the Lyric Sentence

Larissa Pham

Six Sessions, 2.5 hours (6:30PM-9PM) Mondays, November 12 - December 17 Fees & Payment Options: $325 General/$295 Member (JOIN THE FAN CLUB!) *This is a small class. Please apply through the link below if you are interested. Please complete this application. We will notify you if you are accepted into the class. Registration Deadline: November 5. Why you should take this class: It’s easy to believe that there’s a kind of magic to writing—an.. MORE

Mon, November 12, 2018 6:30pm to Mon, December 17, 2018 9:00pm
Asian American Writers' Workshop
112 W. 27th Street, STE 600
New York, New York 10001

The Caregiver: Remembering Sam Park

Alexander Chee, Eugene Lim, Mitchell Kuga, T Kira Madden, and Daniel K Isaac

Join us for an event to honor the work and legacy of the queer Korean American novelist Samuel Park, whose novel The Caregiver was released posthumously this past fall. A panel of queer and Asian American writers featuring by Alexander Chee, T. Kira Madden, Mitchell Kuga, Eugene Lim and Daniel K. Isaac, will read from The Caregiver, and celebrate and discuss Sam’s final novel. RESERVE A SEAT! $5 SUGGESTED DONATION |.. MORE

Thu, December 13, 2018 7:00pm
Asian American Writers' Workshop
112 W 27th St Suite 600
New York, NY 10001
Past Events

Decolonial Poetics

Zaina Alsous, Jasmine Gibson & Asiya Wadud

What is the noise of people outside of the state? Come hear three writers share their poetry of clandestine resistance and insurgency across borderlands, from post-Katrina New Orleans and Flint, Michigan to Palestine, and the Mediterranean. We’re excited to host a visit from the out-of-town poet and 2019 Etel Adnan Poetry Prize Winner Zaina Alsous, who will share her work on freedom dreams and Palestine. Poet Jasmine Gibson will read from MORE

Thu, December 6, 2018 7:00pm
Asian American Writers' Workshop
112 W 27th St Suite 600
NY, NY 10001

AAWW FAM: "Call Her Ganda" Film Screening and Talk

PJ Raval

Call Her Ganda follows the tragic murder of Jennifer Laude, a Filipina transgender woman by a U.S. marine, the community organizing and effort that brought her murderer to justice - and the role that the long US-Philippine relationship played in this. Amidst a media storm and police inquiry, as Jennifer’s family copes with their loss, three women intimately invested in the case, pursue justice—taking on hardened histories of U.S. imperial rule MORE

Tue, November 27, 2018 6:30pm
Asian American Writers' Workshop
112 W 27th St Suite 600
NY, NY 10001

Dissent and Resistance in Bangladesh

Salil Tripathi, Jennifer Chowdhury, and Kavitha Rajagopalan

Nov 15th is The Day of the Imprisoned Writer, and Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam remains incarcerated. Join author Salil Tripathi and journalist Jennifer Chowdhury in conversation with The Polis Project as they shed light on the political, and historical events that have led to the current crisis in Bangladesh and the systemic crushing of dissent in larger South Asia. Moderated by Kavitha Rajagopalan. RSVP HERE This event is organized by The MORE

Fri, November 16, 2018 6:00pm
Asian American Writers' Workshop
112 W 27th St Suite 600
NY , NY 10001

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