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11/03

I Love Dick, Chris Kraus’s auto-fiction about the obsessions of a writer named Chris Kraus, has influenced a generation of writers to experiment with blurring fact and fiction as a way to claim radical subjectivity. The book has now been adapted into an Amazon Prime series produced by Jill Soloway (Transparent). In a conversation about how […]

10/19

10/19

We over here at Kaya Press are more than proud to host a reading and discussion of H.T. Tsiang and his writings by New Yorker contributing writer Hua Hsu, whose recently published A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure Across the Pacific (Harvard University Press), explores Tsiang’s life in detail. Joining him will be Floyd Cheung, the scholar and writer who […]

03/30

03/30

Kaya Press and The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective invite you to come and spend a day (or a few hours or even just 30 minutes) with an amazing group of Writers of Color who will be leading generative mini-writing workshops inspired by the writing of Writers of Color. Envisioned by Minal Hajratwala as a creative […]

03/28

03/28

Kaya Press is proud to present an evening with R. Zamora Linmark, Jessica Hagedorn, and Lois-Ann Yamanaka at USC’s campus. Luis Alfaro will moderate the event. Monday, March 28, 2016, 7 p.m. Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall, Doheny Memorial Library Room 240 USC – University Park Campus 3550 Trousdale Pkwy Los Angeles, CA […]

09/01

09/01

4–6 PM Kaprielian Hall 120 (Kaya Press office) Join Kaya Students for Independent Publishing (KSIP) and other literary organizations on the USC campus for an afternoon of literary creation! Get to know Kaya Press, The Healing Process, and Gold Line Press, and make your own book through workshops! You wouldn’t want to miss this opportunity for literature, crafts, awesome people, […]

 
 
 
 

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— Junot Díaz