Upcoming Upcoming Events

May 22, 2024 , 7:00 PM

AAWW & THE STRAND PRESENT: VICTOR MANIBO + YUME KITASEI: ESCAPE VELOCITY


Join AAWW and The Strand for an in-person event with speculative fiction writer, Victor Manibo, for the release of his new novel, Escape Velocity. Victor will be in conversation with Yume Kitasei!

May 28, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF THE LAND IS HOLY


Join us for a celebration of writer noam keim's The Land is Holy in conversation with Sarah Aziza and Michael Zalta!

June 5, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF FANG SI-CHI'S FIRST LOVE PARADISE


Join AAWW, Taipei Cultural Center, and Accent Society in celebration of  Lin Yi-Han's and translated by Jenna Tang's, Fang Si-Chi's First Love Paradise! Jenna Tang will in conversation with Soje. 

June 13, 2024 , 7:00 PM

SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM: A FUNDRAISER FOR AAWW


This June, join us for Summer Night’s Dream, a celebration, community gathering, and fundraiser for the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. After all, our work is only possible through YOU, our community of writers, artists, organizers, and makers in NYC & beyond! In the spirit of reflection, gratitude, and excitement for what we can build next, join us at Hana House in Brooklyn on Thursday, June 13, for food and drink, readings, and community!

June 18, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[IN PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF THE TRANSLATOR'S DAUGHTER


Join AAWW and Yu & Me Books for an in-person event in celebration of Grace Loh Prasad's debut memoir, The Translator's Daughter, with Melissa Hung, founding editor in chief of Hyphen!

Past Upcoming Events

[In Person] Poetry as Prayer: In Celebration of remembering (y)our light

May 16, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN PERSON] POETRY AS PRAYER: IN CELEBRATION OF REMEMBERING (Y)OUR LIGHT


Join us for a reading in celebration of remembering (y)our light with River 瑩瑩 Dandelion, Jasmine Reid, Jimena Lucero & Taylor Alyson Lewis!

[IN PERSON] In Celebration of Shanghailanders

May 15, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[IN PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF SHANGHAILANDERS


Join AAWW and Yu & Me Books for an in-person event in celebration of Juli Min's debut novel, SHANGHAILANDERS, with Vanessa Chan, author of THE STORM WE MADE.

Book Event: Nina Sharma with Mecca Jamilah Sullivan

May 8, 2024 , 7:00 PM

BOOK EVENT: NINA SHARMA WITH MECCA JAMILAH SULLIVAN


Join us and Greenlight Books for Nina Sharma in conversation with acclaimed author Mecca Jamilah Sullivan, along with a reading and book signing. Nina Sharma presents THE WAY YOU MAKE ME FEEL, a hilarious and moving memoir in essays about love and allyship told through one Asian and Black interracial relationship.

AAWW & Kundiman Present: Emerging Writers in Conversation

May 2, 2024 , 7:00 PM

AAWW & KUNDIMAN PRESENT: EMERGING WRITERS IN CONVERSATION


Join AAWW and Kundiman in-person and online for a conversation between emerging writers Hannah Bae, Jen Lue, Gina Chung, and Rajat Singh!

Patricia Park + Brian Tee: What's Eating Jackie Oh?

April 30, 2024 , 7:00 PM

PATRICIA PARK + BRIAN TEE: WHAT'S EATING JACKIE OH?


Join us for an in-person event at The Strand Book Store to celebrate award-winning author Patricia Park's new young adult novel, What's Eating Jackie Oh? Joining Patricia in conversation is film and television actor, Brian Tee.

[IN-PERSON] SEJAL SHAH PRESENTS HOW TO MAKE YOUR MOTHER CRY, WITH MINNA PROCTOR

April 30, 2024 , 6:30 PM

[IN-PERSON] SEJAL SHAH PRESENTS HOW TO MAKE YOUR MOTHER CRY, WITH MINNA PROCTOR


Join McNally Jackson and AAWW to celebrate Sejal Shah's HOW TO MAKE YOUR MOTHER CRY, a collection of genre-queer short stories braided with images and ephemera explore the experiences of growing up and living as a diasporic Gujarati woman searching for home. Sejal will be in conversation with writer, translator, and editor Minna Proctor!

[IN-PERSON] AAWW & The Strand Present: Eddie Ahn & Kristen Radtke - Advocate

April 24, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] AAWW & THE STRAND PRESENT: EDDIE AHN & KRISTEN RADTKE - ADVOCATE


Join us for an event at The Strand with San Franciscan attorney and Cartoonist-in-Residence, Eddie Ahn, for a discussion of his debut graphic memoir Advocate: A Graphic Memoir of Family, Community, and the Fight for Environmental Justice. Joining Eddie in conversation is critically acclaimed writer Kristen Radtke.

[In-Person] In Celebration of: Dear Elia

March 27, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF: DEAR ELIA


This Spring, join AAWW in-person and online for a celebration of writer and scholar Mimi Khúc's, Dear Elia! Mimi will be joined by the effervescent & Jess X. Snow and Pyaari Azaadi.

[In-Person] In Celebration of: Put It On Record

March 22, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF: PUT IT ON RECORD


Later this month, join AAWW for an evening woven of word, song, and dance with Sokunthary Svay, Anthony Lanni, and allia abdullah-matta!

[RESCHEDULED] In Conversation: An-My Lê, Monique Truong, and Ocean Vuong

March 7, 2024 , 6:00 PM

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


Join us for a very special conversation between An-My Lê, Ocean Vuong, and Monique Truong, on Thursday, March 7.

[IN-PERSON] Writing Club: On Passages with maura nguyễn donohue

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.

[In-Person] Remember to Return: A Reading and Fundraiser for Palestine

February 16, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] REMEMBER TO RETURN: A READING AND FUNDRAISER FOR PALESTINE


Join us for a vibrant and necessary evening of poetry toward liberation, toward love, toward memory, toward return. The event will feature readings by the incomparable Kamelya Omayma Youssef, Lara Atallah, Mariam Bazeed, Sahar Delijani, Sahar Romani, Siham Inshassi, & Tala Abu Rahmeh.

[VIRTUAL] Mouth to Mouth Showcase & Open Mic

January 24, 2024 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] MOUTH TO MOUTH SHOWCASE & OPEN MIC

George Abraham, Zara Jamshed, Kay Ulanday Barrett


Featuring George Abraham and Zara Jamshed, curated and hosted by Kay Ulanday Barrett

[VIRTUAL] Writing Club at Home: On Ghosts with Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis

January 22, 2024 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WRITING CLUB AT HOME: ON GHOSTS WITH LAWRENCE-MINH BùI DAVIS


This installment of Writing Club at Home welcomes guest writer Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis to facilitate a writing workshop on the theme of ghosts, in conjunction with the exhibition An-My Lê: Between Two Rivers/Giữa hai giòng sông/Entre deux rivières.

[VIRTUAL] In Celebration of Straw Dogs of the Universe

December 7, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CELEBRATION OF STRAW DOGS OF THE UNIVERSE


This December, join AAWW online for a celebration of the Ye Chun's highly anticipated novel, Straw Dogs of the Universe. She'll be in conversation with author of A Burning, Megha Majumdar.

[In-Person] A Solidarity Reading & Art Auction for Palestine

December 1, 2023 , 6:30 PM

[IN-PERSON] A SOLIDARITY READING & ART AUCTION FOR PALESTINE


Presented by Global Feminists for Palestine & Asian American Writers' Workshop, we invite you to a very special gathering space in support of Palestine Legal.

[In-Person] In Celebration of When We Become Ours: A YA Adoptee Anthology

November 29, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF WHEN WE BECOME OURS: A YA ADOPTEE ANTHOLOGY


Join Also-Known-As and the Asian American Writers' Workshop in person to celebrate When We Become Ours: A YA Adoptee Anthology, edited by Nicole Chung and Shannon Gibney.

[In-Person] BIPOC Literary Translators Caucus & AAWW Present: A Translation Reading

November 10, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] BIPOC LITERARY TRANSLATORS CAUCUS & AAWW PRESENT: A TRANSLATION READING


As part of the 2023 ALTA (American Literary Translators Association) Conference in Tucson, Arizona, the BIPOC Literary Translators Caucus and Asian American Writers’ Workshop present A Translation Reading.

[In-Person] A Poetics of Secrecy with Xiao Yue Shan & Simon Shieh

November 9, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] A POETICS OF SECRECY WITH XIAO YUE SHAN & SIMON SHIEH


RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT IN-PERSON. MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES. This November, AAWW is so excited to be joined by debut poets Xiao Yue Shan & Simon Shieh for a celebratory co-launch of their collections and a conversation on poetics of secrecy. Xiao Yue Shan's collection,...

[VIRTUAL] On Being Prolific: A Conversation

November 1, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] ON BEING PROLIFIC: A CONVERSATION

Eileen Tabios and Luisa Igloria


Luisa A. Igloria and Eileen Tabios are not just multi-awarded authors with numerous books. The expanse of their prolific output creates its own dimension worth exploring for its impact on the literary life. On Wednesday, November 1st at 7 PM ET, AAWW Presents Eileen and Luisa in conversation about their...

[In-Person] In Celebration of Why Mariah Carey Matters

October 24, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] IN CELEBRATION OF WHY MARIAH CAREY MATTERS


*RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT. MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES.* This October, join AAWW for a celebration of the first book to critically examine the legacy of pop superstar Mariah Carey. WHY MARIAH CAREY MATTERS examines the creative evolution and complicated biography of a true diva,...

[In-Person] How Long Can The Moon Be Caged: Voices of India's Political Prisoners

October 23, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] HOW LONG CAN THE MOON BE CAGED: VOICES OF INDIA'S POLITICAL PRISONERS


*RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT. MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES. * Join AAWW and Suchitra Vijayan and Francesca Recchia for a discussion on their book HOW LONG CAN THE MOON BE CAGED: VOICES OF INDIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS, a powerful look at authoritarian India through the experiences...

[In-Person] Far From the Rooftop of the World: On Tibetan Refugees Across Continents

October 18, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[IN-PERSON] FAR FROM THE ROOFTOP OF THE WORLD: ON TIBETAN REFUGEES ACROSS CONTINENTS


*RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT. MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES.* This October, join AAWW, SAJA, Amy Yee, and Jyoti Thottam for a discussion of Yee's new book "Far From the Rooftop of the World: Travels Among Tibetan Refugees on Four Continents." In 2008, China’s government cracked...

In Celebration of Whale Aria and House of Caravans

October 10, 2023 , 7:00 PM

IN CELEBRATION OF WHALE ARIA AND HOUSE OF CARAVANS


*RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT - RSVP HERE. MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES. COVID VACCINATION AND TESTING SURVEYS WILL BE SENT TO REGISTRANTS AHEAD OF THE EVENT.* This October, join AAWW for a celebration of Rajiv Mohabir’s WHALE ARIA and Shilpi Suneja’s HOUSE OF CARAVANS. The first book event...

[VIRTUAL] On Girlhood, Craft, and Writing in Community

October 9, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] ON GIRLHOOD, CRAFT, AND WRITING IN COMMUNITY


RSVP HERE! This October, join AAWW for a captivating virtual evening as we delve into the intricate tapestry of girlhood, craft, and the power of writing in community. This event brings together three remarkable voices, author of BIG GIRL Mecca Jamilah Sullivan,  author of THE WOMAN WHO CLIMBED TREES Smriti...

[VIRTUAL] Cultivating Voices: Navigating the MFA Journey as BIPOC Writers

October 4, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] CULTIVATING VOICES: NAVIGATING THE MFA JOURNEY AS BIPOC WRITERS


RSVP HERE! Is an MFA right for me? How do I make sure my application is the best it can be? Should I consider a low-residency program? This October, join AAWW for a panel that will address all these questions, and beyond. This event will feature faculty members Sindya Bhanoo,...

PAGE TURNER 2023: The AAWW Publishing Conference

August 19, 2023 , 10:00 AM

PAGE TURNER 2023: THE AAWW PUBLISHING CONFERENCE


BUY TICKETS! This summer, we are thrilled to be presenting PAGE TURNER: The Asian American Writers’ Workshop Publishing Conference, a signature program that we’ll present in-person on Saturday, August 19, at The Peoples' Forum. For those unable to attend in person, the event will be available via YouTube livestream for...

AAWW & Books Are Magic Present: King of the Armadillos with Wendy Chin-Tanner & Alex Segura

July 26, 2023 , 7:00 PM

AAWW & BOOKS ARE MAGIC PRESENT: KING OF THE ARMADILLOS WITH WENDY CHIN-TANNER & ALEX SEGURA


GET TICKETS! This July, AAWW and Books Are Magic come together to celebrate KING OF THE ARMADILLOS, Wendy Chin-Tanner's transcendent debut novel about family, love, and belonging, set against the backdrops of 1950s New York City and a historical leprosarium in Louisiana, following one young man’s quest to not only...

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] AAWW and The Poetry Coalition Present: Mourning & Making: dedications to loving ghosts & the ancestors who became them

July 25, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] AAWW AND THE POETRY COALITION PRESENT: MOURNING & MAKING: DEDICATIONS TO LOVING GHOSTS & THE ANCESTORS WHO BECAME THEM

Kay Ulanday Barrett


Tuesday, July 25 | 7 PM ET - 8 PM ET | APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL 11:59 PM ET, JULY 19 ***A free poetry workshop by and for Queer and Trans Sick, Disabled, Deaf, and Neurodivergent folx of the Global Majority (BIPOC). If you do not identify as such and are...

[VIRTUAL] AAWW Presents: Natural History + The Enlightenment of Katzuo Nakamatsu with Jennifer Shyue, Michelle Har Kim, and Lisa Hofmann-Kuroda

July 20, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] AAWW PRESENTS: NATURAL HISTORY + THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF KATZUO NAKAMATSU WITH JENNIFER SHYUE, MICHELLE HAR KIM, AND LISA HOFMANN-KURODA


This July, AAWW presents contemporary translators Jennifer Shyue and Michelle Har Kim in a conversation moderated by translator Lisa Hofmann-Kuroda, following their respective recent publications that bridge literary spheres and allow us access to the acclaimed works of two Peruvian writers. RSVP HERE! One of Peru's most revered contemporary poets,...

AAWW & Books Are Magic Present: The Sea Elephants with Shastri Akela & Rakesh Satyal

July 14, 2023 , 7:00 PM

AAWW & BOOKS ARE MAGIC PRESENT: THE SEA ELEPHANTS WITH SHASTRI AKELA & RAKESH SATYAL


GET TICKETS! This July, AAWW and Books Are Magic come together to celebrate THE SEA ELEPHANTS, a queer coming-of-age novel set in 1990s India, about a young man who flees his father's threats to send him to a conversion center by joining a street theater troupe. Shagun knows he will...

[VIRTUAL] AAWW & Greenlight Present: Elsewhere with Yan Ge

July 11, 2023 , 6:30 PM

[VIRTUAL] AAWW & GREENLIGHT PRESENT: ELSEWHERE WITH YAN GE


This July, AAWW and Greenlight welcome the multi-award-winning author, Yan Ge, for a virtual evening celebrating the launch of her highly anticipated new collection, Elsewhere: Stories. In twenty years, Yan Ge has authored thirteen books written in Chinese, working across an impressive range of genres and subjects. Now, Ge transposes...

Ballads at Battery Park City

July 6, 2023 , 7:00 AM

BALLADS AT BATTERY PARK CITY

Adeeba Shahid Talukder, Aldrin Valdez, Catherine Chen, and Sokunthary Svay


Join us at Rector Park on July 7th at 7 PM ET where the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and Battery Park City present Ballads at Battery Park City, the third installment of our summer poetry series in collaboration with Battery Park City Alliance. This reading will include a reading and...

[VIRTUAL] AAWW and Kay Ulanday Barrett Present A PRIDE Celebration!

June 22, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] AAWW AND KAY ULANDAY BARRETT PRESENT A PRIDE CELEBRATION!

Kay Ulanday Barrett, Chrysanthemum Tran, Diamond Forde, and Ryka Aoki


Join us on Thursday June 22 for a celebratory reading for PRIDE on our virtual stage! This year we are featuring our co-presenter Kay Ulanday Barrett, Chrysanthemum Tran, Diamond Forde, and Ryka Aoki! RSVP HERE! KAY ULANDAY BARRETT is a poet, essayist, cultural strategist, and A+ napper. They are the...

The Art of the Short Story: M. Evelina Galang on When the Hibiscus Falls with Hannah Bae

June 14, 2023 , 7:00 PM

THE ART OF THE SHORT STORY: M. EVELINA GALANG ON WHEN THE HIBISCUS FALLS WITH HANNAH BAE

M. Evelina Galang, Hannah Bae


RSVP HERE! This June, join the Asian American Writers’ Workshop (AAWW) and The Center for Fiction to celebrate When the Hibiscus Falls, a story collection by award-winning writer M. Evelina Galang that traverses borderlines, mythic and real, to delve into the lives of Filipino and Filipino American women and their...

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] Blurring the Genre Lines of Speculative Fiction

June 3, 2023 , 2:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] BLURRING THE GENRE LINES OF SPECULATIVE FICTION

Victor Manibo


Saturdays, June 3 and 10, 2023 | 2 PM ET - 5 PM ET | Sliding Scale $100- $200 Online | 2 Sessions | REGISTER HERE! **Apply for a scholarship seat here! Limited scholarship seats are available and will be chosen by lottery. The deadline to apply for a scholarship...

[Workshop] Mapping the Met, Wilderness in Islamic Art

June 2, 2023 , 4:30 PM

[WORKSHOP] MAPPING THE MET, WILDERNESS IN ISLAMIC ART

Sana Khan and Aaisha Bhuiyan


Friday, June 2, 2023 | (4:30 Arrival) 5 PM ET - 7 PM ET | Sliding Scale $15- $30 In-Person | 1 Session | REGISTER HERE! **Apply for a scholarship seat here! Limited scholarship seats are available and will be chosen by lottery. The deadline to apply for a scholarship...

Ballads At Battery Park: Queer Delight and Desire

June 1, 2023 , 7:00 PM

BALLADS AT BATTERY PARK: QUEER DELIGHT AND DESIRE

Wo Chan, Jasmine Reid, Xan Forest Phillips, and Devyn Manibo


Join us at Rector Park on June 1st at 7 PM ET where the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and Battery Park City present In Celebration: Queer Delight and Desire, the second installment of our summer poetry series, Ballads at Battery Park City.  This event will be a reading with a...

AAWW & MoMA PRESENT Writing Club at Home: On Memory with Sarah Thankam Mathews

May 15, 2023 , 6:00 PM

AAWW & MOMA PRESENT WRITING CLUB AT HOME: ON MEMORY WITH SARAH THANKAM MATHEWS


REGISTER NOW! In collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, AAWW Presents Writing Club At Home. This May, Writing Club at Home welcomes guest writer Sarah Thankam Mathews to facilitate a writing workshop on the theme of memory, focusing on artworks by Lorna Simpson and Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons on view in the installation...

[VIRTUAL] In Celebration: BIANCA

May 10, 2023 , 8:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CELEBRATION: BIANCA

Eugenia Leigh and Tarfia Faizullah


Join us on May 10 at 8 PM ET as we celebrate Eugenia Leigh’s latest and universally lauded poetry collection, BIANCA, a book that documents and confronts living in the throws of mental illness, complex trauma, and straddling the emotional spheres that orbit each other. Eugenia will be joined by...

In Celebration: Love Letters and 回 / Return

May 4, 2023 , 7:00 PM

IN CELEBRATION: LOVE LETTERS AND 回 / RETURN

Emily Lee Luan, Yi Wei, and Abigail Mengesha


Join us at Rector Park on May 4th at 6 PM ET where the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and Battery Park City present In Celebration: Love Letters and 回 / Return and the first installment of our summer poetry series, Ballads at Battery Park City. Featuring incredible poets Emily Lee...

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] Dappling Your Own Lighting Design: On Archive Erasure, Autofiction, and Artist Statements

April 17, 2023 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] DAPPLING YOUR OWN LIGHTING DESIGN: ON ARCHIVE ERASURE, AUTOFICTION, AND ARTIST STATEMENTS

benedict nguyễn


Mondays, April 17 and 24 | 6 PM ET - 8 PM ET 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 BIPOC, we ask that you do not register.**...

In Celebration of DUST CHILD: Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai and Vanessa Chan

April 5, 2023 , 7:00 PM

IN CELEBRATION OF DUST CHILD: NGUYễN PHAN QUế MAI AND VANESSA CHAN

Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai and Vanessa Chan


RSVP HERE! On April 5th at 7 PM ET, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop presents a celebration of best-selling author Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai’s latest novel, DUST CHILD, a convergence of lineage and memory borne from decisions made in time of war. Chanel Miller says, “In DUST CHILD, rupture leads...

[VIRTUAL] In Celebration of DISORIENTATION: Elaine Hsieh Chou and Sabrina Imbler

March 21, 2023 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] IN CELEBRATION OF DISORIENTATION: ELAINE HSIEH CHOU AND SABRINA IMBLER


RSVP HERE! The Asian American Writers’ Workshop presents a virtual event celebrating the paperback launch of Elaine Hsieh Chou's DISORIENTATION. This debut novel explores a Taiwanese American woman’s coming-of-consciousness as she ignites eye-opening revelations and chaos on a college campus. The hilarious satire is an examination of privilege and power...

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] Shared Sustenance: Roots as Narrative Possibility

March 3, 2023 , 5:00 PM

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] SHARED SUSTENANCE: ROOTS AS NARRATIVE POSSIBILITY

Aaisha Bhuiyan and Sana Khan


Friday, March 3, 2023 | 5 PM ET - 7 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...

[VIRTUAL] Mouth to Mouth Showcase with Open Mic

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...

[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] A Collage of Understories: Ekphrasis, Epistles, & Elegies

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...

[VIRTUAL] Workshop: Blurring the Genre Lines of Speculative Fiction

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.**...

[VIRTUAL] Mouth to Mouth Showcase

October 28, 2022 , 7:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] MOUTH TO MOUTH SHOWCASE

Kay Ulanday Barrett, Jimena Lucero, Aricka Foreman, Victoria Villier


Join us for another Mouth to Mouth with Open Mic on October 28 at 7 PM ET! Hosted and curated by Kay Ulanday Barrett and Jimena Lucero, this month Mouth to Mouth celebrates powerhouse writers Aricka Foreman and Victoria Villier!  RSVP HERE to receive a link the day of the...

[VIRTUAL] Workshop: Mapping Boundaries Using Speculative Fiction

October 25, 2022 , 6:00 PM

[VIRTUAL] WORKSHOP: MAPPING BOUNDARIES USING SPECULATIVE FICTION


Tuesday, October 25 | 6 PM ET - 7:30 PM ET Online | 1 Session | $50- $100 Limited Scholarship Seats Available | REGISTER HERE! **Apply for a scholarship seat here! Limited scholarship seats are available and will be chosen by lottery. The deadline to apply for a scholarship seat...