CONFERENCES & RESIDENCIES
Kundiman's partner organizations offer our fellows the opportunity to apply for a Kundiman Fellowship to attend their conferences and residencies.
Lily Rugo, Kundiman's Spring 2018 Communications Intern, interviews Nicole Chung.
NEA finds that poetry readership has reached its highest in 15 years.
We added over 11,000 words to Wikipedia at our second Edit-a-Thon in May!
The Jerome Foundation has graciously decided to support the creation of our Asian American Writers Mentorship Lab with a new grant!
We are thrilled to celebrate Jon Pineda’s new novel on June 19th at Greenlight Bookstore in Prospect Lefferts Gardens!
We added almost 10,000 words to Wikipedia at our first Edit-a-Thon on May 12th!
Kundiman began our Food Programming Initiative with a Food Writing Intensive taught by Ligaya Mishan.
Eugenia Leigh and Tamiko Beyer both received Scholarships for the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown!
*Eye Level* was the winner of the 2017 Walt Whitman Award of the Academy of American Poets, and was published by Graywolf Press in 2018.
These prestigious fellowships at University of Wisconsin-Madison come with a stipend, health benefits, a one-course-per-semester teaching assignment in undergraduate creative writing, and residency in Madison.