CONFERENCES & RESIDENCIES
Kundiman's partner organizations offer our fellows the opportunity to apply for a Kundiman Fellowship to attend their conferences and residencies.
Kundiman is presenting its first-ever Food Writing Intensive, lead by New York Times critic Ligaya Mishan!
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.
Several Kundiman writers were featured World Literature Today as part of their list of Philippine-American Lit.
For the month of March, Kundiman invites fellows and readers to participate in a Postcard Project meditating on the Poetry Coalition's theme, "Where My Dreaming and Loving Live: Poetry & the Body."
Kundiman participates in Ethical Culture Fieldston School's Bridge to Bridge diversity program.
Min Jin Lee has a piece in the New Yorker on the Pyeongchang Olympic Games and her two Koreas.
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.