Literaoke at AWP 2019 in Portland, OR
Esmé Weijun Wang, Andres Cerpa, Shayla Lawson, Mimi Lok, Adeeba Talukdar, Sokunthary Svay, Yanyi, and more
Literaoke at AWP 2019 in Portland, OR

It’s time for another epic evening of singing, reading, and joy!

AAWW is joining forces with Kaya Press, Kundiman, AALR, and the Smithsonian APA Center to bring together an amazing, diverse line-up of performers who will sing one minute of their favorite karaoke banger and then read from their own work. Don’t miss it!! March 30 from 7-9 pm.
 

FEATURING:

Helene Achanzar

Camari Carter

Andrés Cerpa

Jee Koh

Amy Lam

Shayla Lawson

Mimi Lok

Angel Nafis

Teraya Parametha

Anastacia Renee

Juan Carlos Reyes

Hiram Sims

Sokunthary Svay

Adeeba Talukder

Esmé Weijun Wang

Yanyi

Please note that this is an offsite event, held in Portland, OR at Chopsticks Karaoke Bar (3390 NE Sandy Blvd). Chopsticks is accessible and an 8 minute Lyft ride from the Convention Center Area, or three stops on The Max — Portland’s Light Rail.

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Literaoke at AWP 2019 in Portland, OR

Esmé Weijun Wang, Andres Cerpa, Shayla Lawson, Mimi Lok, Adeeba Talukdar, Sokunthary Svay, Yanyi, and more
Saturday, March 30, 2019
7:00 PM
$0.00
Chopsticks Karaoke Bar
3390 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland OR 97232
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