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It was roughly two hours after sundown on a Saturday when authors Ed Lin, Steph Cha, and Naomi Hirahara gathered in a studio apartment on a quiet street in the Los Angeles Arts District. The event—Night Market Noir—was hosted by OCA-GLA & TAP-LA, and presented by Kaya Press & Writ Large Press. All three authors […]

11/15

11/15

We are joining forces with Writ Large Press to present a fascinating evening of readings by Ed Lin, Steph Cha, and Naomi Hirahara. Come to Night Market Noir to hear Ed Lin read from GHOST MONTH and contribute to our discussion with all three authors. Join us for an evening of mysteries, ghosts, and crime! Date: Saturday, November 15, […]

07/25

07/25

For Day 28 of DTLAB’s 90 consecutive days of events, award-winning mystery writer Naomi Hirahara will host a reading by L.A.-based pulp/crime writers inspired by Kaya Press’s historical rediscovery Lament in the Night. The mysterious Friday evening will feature Christa Faust and Wally Rudolph, and fittingly, readings from the book by Shoson Nagahara. The first-ever English […]

04/12

04/12

Come hang out with Kaya at the LA Times Festival of Books this weekend, April 12-13! We’ll be turning our booth into the Smokin’ Hot Indie Lit Lounge again, providing an oasis from the festival crowd. This time, we’re excited to be partnering with Professor Tom Ontiveros and students from the USC School of Dramatic […]

06/01

06/01

New Yorkers: go participate in this amazing underground publishing event by our friends at WRIT LARGE PRESS, featuring Kaya writers Ed Lin and Thaddeus Rutkowski, among many others. Hosted by S2A (www.s2anyc.com), PUBLISH! questions the notion of writing as a private, solitary act and re-imagines the publishing process as an act of announcing. Over the […]

 
 
 
 

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— Junot Díaz