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11/04

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11/04

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Nicholas Wong may be in Hong Kong, but tonight at Stories Books & Cafe, Zoë Ruiz will be hosting a reading of Nic’s Crevasse! Join us as Los Angeles writers Siel Ju, Lisa Locascio, Douglas Manuel, and Brandon Som recite their favorite poems from Crevasse, as well as their own works. RSVP at the Facebook event page. See you there!

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On the afternoon of November 19th, Kaya Students for Independent Publishing and American Institute of Graphic Arts USC set up shop on the southwest side of campus. The venue–Parkside Performance Cafe–provided a cozy space for student-run organizations and indie creators to present their works. The turnout exceeded our expectations and led to plenty of sales, great […]

11/19

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11/19

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This Wednesday, November 19th, Kaya’s student group KSIP will be hosting their first annual pop-up bookstore with American Institute of Graphic Arts USC. Kick off your holiday shopping while supporting independent artists and writers at USC! Original works will be available for perusing and purchase. Come by to enjoy the creations of young local artists and go […]

04/17

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04/17

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Kaya Press celebrates 20 years of publishing innovative Asian Pacific American and Asian diasporic literature in San Francisco, April 16 – 19, in conjunction with the Association for Asian American Studies Conference. Kaya 20th Anniversary Reading at City Lights Bookstore | Thursday April 17 | 7:30 p.m. | 261 Columbus Avenue at Broadway Come to […]

 
 
 
 

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— Junot Díaz