Center Justify: An AWP Offsite Event
Thi Bui, Douglas Kearney, Marwa Helal, Trevino Brings Plenty, Nina Sharma, Aimee Phan, Gabrielle Civil, and more
Center Justify: An AWP Offsite Event

CENTER JUSTIFY:
An #AWP19 OFFSITE EXTRAVAGANZA

At PSU Native American Student and Community Center
710 SW Jackson St, Portland, Oregon 97201

 

There will be readings! There will be unforgettable performances! There will be camaraderie!
And there will be dinner! (meat + vegan DUMPLINGS & FRIED CHICKEN from XLB) Come early for food!

 

This event is co-sponsored by:

– The Accomplices (Civil Coping Mechanisms, Entropy, Writ Large Press)
– Asian American Writers’ Workshop
– De-Canon: A Visibility Project
– Whitenoise Project
– Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University
– PSU Native American Student and Community Center (NASCC)
– The Operating System

Schedule

7-8PM

– Melissa Bennett
– She Who Has No Master(s): Dao Strom, Aimee Phan, Thi Bui, Vi Khi Nao
– Nina Sharma
– Nastashia Minto
– Douglas Kearney

8-9PM

– No’u Revilla
– Lawrence Ypil
– Alfian Sa’at
– Elæ [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson]
– Alex DiFrancesco
– Erick Sáenz
– Michaelsun Stonesweat Knapp
– Joaquin Zihuatanejo

9-10PM

– Jenifer Sang Eun Park
– Marwa Helal
– Casandra Lopez
– Rocío Carlos
– Trevino Brings Plenty
– Theodore Van Alst
– Gabrielle Civil

Center Justify: An AWP Offsite Event

Thi Bui, Douglas Kearney, Marwa Helal, Trevino Brings Plenty, Nina Sharma, Aimee Phan, Gabrielle Civil, and more
Thursday, March 28, 2019
7:00 PM
$0.00
Portland State University Native American Student and Community Center
710 SW Jackson St
Portland Oregon 97201
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