Works in Progress Mixtape: Ken Chen, Don Lee, Nami Mun, and Prageeta Sharma
Don Lee, Ken Chen, Prageeta Sharma, & Nami Mun

Don Lee, Ken Chen, Prageeta Sharma, and Nami Mun read new work and the life behind their literature: private writing rituals; relationships with mentors and peers; favorite books, songs on iTunes repeat and performance-enhancing alcoholic drinks; social media and other procrastination devices. Ask nicely and they’ll talk about writing as Asian Americans when only 5% of the authors reviewed in the New York Times are writers of color. Presented by The Asian American Writers’ Workshop.

Works in Progress Mixtape: Ken Chen, Don Lee, Nami Mun, and Prageeta Sharma

Don Lee, Ken Chen, Prageeta Sharma, & Nami Mun
Friday, March 2, 2012
12:00 PM
$0.00
AWP, The Hilton Chicago, 3rd Floor, Private Dining Room 2
720 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago Illinois
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