Join Tamiko Beyer, Kimiko Hahn, Joseph O. Legaspi, and Bushra Rehman for an evening of electric performances!
Each year, Kundiman offers robust seasons internships with positions in Development, Programs, Grant Writing, and Communications. Interns are given hands-on experience with an organization that supports writing communities and to gain experience in the literary arts.
Learn more about each of the positions and apply here!
Kundiman fellows Amy Meng, Ansley Moon, and Jenny Xie will be joining 2018 Retreat faculty member Monica Youn in a poetry reading at the Bryant Park Reading Series. We hope you'll close out the summer with us at this powerhouse event! Find more info here.
The Library of Congress, The Smithsonian, and Kundiman Present A Workshop + Reading With R.O. Kwon and Hieu Minh Nguyen
R.O. Kwon and Hieu Minh Nguyen will read at the Library of Congress.
Lillian-Yvonne Bertram and Jennifer Chang will be reading and discussing the craft of poetry at the New School.
Jeffrey Leong will be reading from and speaking on his new book of translation Wild Geese Sorrow: The Chinese Wall Inscriptions at Angel Island.
Jon Pineda, Arhm Choi Wild, & Bonnie Chau will be in conversation at Greenlight Bookstore in Prospect Lefferts Gardens on June 19th.
Join us once again on May 27 to host the second Wikipedia Edit-a-thon!
Join us along with Mochi Magazine and the Asian American Arts Alliance to host a panel of young Asian American writers.
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!
Join us as we bolster pages related to Asian American writing on Wikipedia!
Kundiman is proud to be a part of the One-Day Center for Refugee Poetics to create a space devoted expressly to the poetry about the Southeast Asian refugee experience.
Kundiman will be co-sponsoring "Is America in the Heart? New Filipinx Literature" at Asian American Writers' Workshop!
We're joining with 4Culture through the Claiming Space project for a night of readings at the Hugo House and to hear Shankar Narayan will read from his new chapbook.
As part of Kundiman’s participation in this year’s Poetry Coalition initiative, Where My Dreaming and My Loving Live: Poetry & the Body, Tamiko Beyer is thrilled to offer a free, two-hour generative workshop on this theme.
Sherwin Bitsui and Paisley Rekdal respond to the work of Paul Klee
Kundiman and Asian American Arts Alliance will host a free workshop on self-care called Where My Dreaming and My Loving Live: Poetry & the Body. In this generative space, we will be using meditation, movement, music, conversation, and writing to explore different ways of caring for our bodies.
Join us as we host a reading and discussion with Min Jin Lee and Sigrid Nunez at AWP 2018.