CONFERENCES & RESIDENCIES
Kundiman's partner organizations offer our fellows the opportunity to apply for a Kundiman Fellowship to attend their conferences and residencies.
Novelist and former Kundiman faculty Sigrid Nunez just released her eight book, The Friend.
Published with Pleiades Press, Bridled: Poems is her first published book.
The Poetry Foundation took an in-depth look at the work of Kundiman faculty Aimee Nezhukumatathil, highlighting the different ways she writes about love in all its forms.
In a PBS NewsHour online feature, poet and scholar Julie Enszer cited Kundiman's longstanding work to feature POC voices in poetry.
Chen Chen wrote a statement about influence from the mentorship and guidance he's received from our co-founder for Winter Tangerine.
Ten Kundiman fellows were published in TAYO Literary Magazine's Issue Seven.
Nadine Santoro, fall 2017 Kundiman Communications Intern, interviews Rajiv Mohabir, 2015 Kundiman Poetry Prize Winner.
Kundiman board member Chia-Chee Chiu spoke to Tulane University about the work she's doing as middle school principal at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School and with Kundiman.
Four Kundiman writers will lead a morning of readings and discussions about Asian American literature with students.
We joined PEN American on January 20th, 2018, for a sundown Day of Action reading at the NYPL.