Poets & Writers’ Seventh Annual Connecting Cultures Reading
Sara Abdullah, Amber Atiya, Babita Chhetri, Mckendy Fils-Aime, María Guaillazaca, Jacqueline Johnson, Adriana Mora, Sam Rush Dolly, and Sharma K. Sloan
Poets & Writers' Seventh Annual Connecting Cultures Reading

Join us Poets & Writers’s seventh annual Connecting Cultures reading, featuring: Sara Abdullah, Amber Atiya, Babita Chhetri, Mckendy Fils-Aime, María Guaillazaca, Jacqueline Johnson, Adriana Mora, Sam Rush Dolly, and Sharma K. Sloan.

Event is free and open to the public. Reception to follow.
RESERVE A SEAT!

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This year’s cross-cultural reading features writers who have been funded through Poets & Writers’ Readings & Workshops Program, representing Jack Arts Inc., Kundiman/Adhikaar, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Union Square Slam, and Women Writers In Bloom. For more information about the reading, contact Wo Chan at wchan@pw.org. Read more about the Readings/Workshops program at www.pw.org/funding.

Support for Readings & Workshops in New York City is provided, in part, by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, with additional support from the Louis & Anne Abrons Foundation, the A.K. Starr Charitable Trust, and the Friends of Poets & Writers.

Photo by Margarita Corporan

Poets & Writers’ Seventh Annual Connecting Cultures Reading

Sara Abdullah, Amber Atiya, Babita Chhetri, Mckendy Fils-Aime, María Guaillazaca, Jacqueline Johnson, Adriana Mora, Sam Rush Dolly, and Sharma K. Sloan
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
7:00 PM
$0.00
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