Join us for a reading of Noel Pabillo Mariano's chapbook Dispatchecs from the Mushroom Kingdom as part of Kundiman Midwest Chapbook Reading Series organized by Soham Patel!
Sherwin Bitsui and Paisley Rekdal respond to the work of Paul Klee
Kick off the Kundiman Midwest Chapbook Reading Series with Feliz Lucia Molina!
A social justice-oriented writing tour through Chinatown and Little Tokyo.
Reframing Techno-orientalisms: Asian Diasporic Speculative Literatures and Media at WisCon.
Applications are due May 15 for our Creative Nonfiction Intensive led by Nicole Chung.
A hybrid panel-reading with Vidhu Aggarwal, Kimberly Alidio, Ching-In Chen, and Tiana Nobile about the the complexities and challenges of writing oneself into the Southern story, as part of the New Orleans Poetry Festival.
The Doctor is Not In: Arts Interventions and the Micropolitics of Asian American Mental Health at AAAS
This roundtable looks to new frameworks for diagnosing Asian American unwellness and providing care.
What does radical self-care look like for you?
A reading on “Because We Come from Everything: Poetry & Migration,” the inaugural theme of the Poetry Coalition.
Sunday Kind of Love is a monthly open mic and reading series that features emerging and established poets from the Washington, D.C. area and around the nation. Hosted by Sarah Browning and Katy Richey, the March event features Wo Chan and José B. González! An open mic segment will follow the readings. Co-sponsored by Split This Rock, Letras Latinas, Kundiman, and Busboys and Poets.
Wo Chan is a poet, writer, and drag performer. Wo holds honors from Kundiman, Lambda Literary, Millay Colony of the Arts, and the Asian American Writers Workshop, and is the author of the chaplet ORDER THE WORLD, MOM(Belladonna Press, 2016). Wo has performed their work at NY Live Art, Dixon Place, BAM Fisher, VOX Populi, and the Architectural Digest Expo. Wo is a standing member of the Brooklyn-based drag & burlesque alliance Switch n' Play. Photo by Jocelyn Yan.
José B. González is the author of the International Book Award Finalist, Toys Made of Rock, based on his life growing up in El Salvador and the U.S. He has been featured at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, colleges and universities throughout the U.S., American Latino TV, NPR, and has had his work anthologized in the Norton Introduction to Literature, Theatre Under My Skin: Contemporary Salvadoran Poetry, and The Wandering Song: Central American Writing in the United States. He is the co-editor (with John S. Christie) of Latino Boom: An Anthology of U.S. Latino Literature, and is the editor of LatinoStories.Com. A Fulbright Scholar, he has been the recipient of the NEATE English Poet of the Year Award and the Latino de Oro Culture and Arts Award. He teaches Latino literature and creative writing at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT.
Kundiman SoCAL is sponsoring a free poetry reading, film screening, and community-based dialogue at Otros Libros/ Other Books LA. Featuring authors Kimberly Alidio, Kenji C. Liu, Jason Magabo Perez, and Hari Alluri, along with writer/director Gail Gutierrez.
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