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Kaya poet Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut was recently featured on International Examiner in an interview with Bruce Fulton! In the Q&A Nicky discusses how her identity as a Korean adoptee has influenced her writing and how this manifests in her poetry collection Magnetic Refrain, which was published by Kaya Press last year. “Being in-between,” she says, “is what compels so […]

08/15

08/15

Two Kaya authors, Ed Lin (Waylaid, This is a Bust) and Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut (Magnetic Refrain), will be joining traci kato-kiriyama Friday August 15 for a memorable evening of readings at Giant Robot. And who else will be MC-ing but our very own managing editor, Neelanjana Banerjee! It’ll likely turn into a standing-room only crowd, but […]

03/06

03/06

Kaya is very excited to be in Boston all week, March 6 – 9, as an official exhibitor at the AWP 2013 Conference in Boston. Come visit us on Level 2 of  the AWP Bookfair at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. We’ll be at table R25. We’ll have all of our new releases for […]

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Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut, Kaya’s latest poet, launched her debut collection Magnetic Refrain at The Last Bookstore in Downtown Los Angeles on February 9th. The cavernous bookstore–named one of the 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World–had a robust Saturday afternoon crowd of friends and poetry lovers. Nicky shared the stage with poet Lee Herrick, author […]

09/30

09/30

Come visit Kaya at the West Hollywood Book Fair on Sunday September 30th, and create a memorable story. Also be sure to get your very own tiger tattoo. Rawr! See Kaya Press author Nicky Schildkraut, Magnetic Refrain (November 2012) read. 10:30 – 11:30am at the Poetry Lounge! 11th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair Sunday, September 30, […]

 
 
 
 

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