kaya publishes books of the asian pacific diaspora


Come along on the book of the other: small in comparison book tour, including both virtual and in-person events.


November 11 at 5:30 PM PST 

Compositions II: Music and Poetry for Joan Mitchell  w/ Alan Chazaro, Linda Norton, and others 

IN-PERSON at SFMOMA (151 3rd St, San Francisco, CA)

Free with museum admission. More info here.


November 13 at 12 PM PST  

Queer Migratory Art of Dissent: Lehua Taitano and Truong Tran Moderated by Kazumi Chin

IN-PERSON at Berkeley Art Center (Outdoors – 1275 Walnut St, Berkeley, CA)

Register here.


November 14  at 5 PM PST 

Truong Tran reads w/ Douglas Kearney and Jane Wong

VIRTUAL at Skylight Books 

Register here to watch on Crowdcast.


November 17 at 6 PM PST 

Emergent Grammars: A Reading with Truong Tran, Mai Der Vang, Cathy Linh Che, and Khaty Xiong

VIRTUAL at Beyond Baroque

Register here.


November 19 at 7 PM PST

Truong Tran reads with Anhvu Buchanan, Carolyn Ho, and Daniel Suarez

IN-PERSON w/ LIVE STREAM at Green Apple Books (1231 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA)

Register here to watch on-line.

December 1 at 6 PM PST

Truong Tran in conversation with Muriel Leung

VIRTUAL at City Lights Bookstore 

Register here.


December 3 at 7 PM PST 

Small Press Traffic (High Dawn Series) 

w/ Aja Couchois Duncan, Mihee Kim and Jean Day 

IN-PERSON w/ LIVE STREAM at The Lab (2948 16th St, San Francisco, CA)

Register here.


December 9 at 7 pm PST

Kearny Street Workshop and Kundiman Present:

To Truong With Love

A reading and celebration of poet and visual artist Truong Tran’s BOOK OF THE OTHER (Kaya Press), featuring appearances by Mai C. Doan, Dan Lau, Muriel Leung, Amber McCray, London Pinkney, Mimi Tempestt, and Carlos Quinteros III. The evening honors Tran’s tremendous impact as a teacher and artist and will conclude with a special reading from his latest collection.


Register here.

More registration links and Spring 22 tour dates coming soon!

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