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Our very own Kaya Press board member (and recent Pulitzer Prize winner), Viet Thanh Nguyen, recently penned a piece for the New Yorker called Reconsidering the Work of a Chinese Immigrant. Our main man Nguyen reviewed a book by Hua Hsu entitled A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure Across the Pacific that acts a biography […]

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On May 29th our beloved Kaya author, R. Zamora Linmark, sat down with Michel Martin (host of NPR’s All Things Considered) to discuss his lasting 90’s debut novel, Rolling the R’s! We’re obviously big fans of Rolling over here at the Kaya Press office (especially since it still stands as one of our all time […]

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We tried using Storify to memorialize our events and experiences throughout the week of AWP. And we got a little excited… so excited that we made three stories using the site. Check them out below and relive the experience with us! [View the story “Rolling the R’s Visions and Voices Event” on Storify] [View the […]

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Kaya Press is excited to be at the Association of Asian American Studies Conference 2016 in Miami, from April 27th through April 30th. Visit our table–– and celebrate Gene Oishi’s 2016 AAAS Award for Best Book of the Year in Prose, for Fox Drum Bebop. The awards ceremony will be held from 6–7:45pm at Symphony […]

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GET HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH INDEPENDENT LITERARY PUBLISHING Learn the ins-and-outs of independent publishing this summer through a hands-on internship with Kaya Press! Kaya Press, an independent literary publisher affiliated with USC and dedicated to promoting independent literary publishing in the Los Angeles area is offering summer internships based at our Los Angeles office. You’ll have […]

 
 
 
 

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— Junot Díaz