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Our fundraising event in NYC on June 11 will be emceed by the incomparable Ed Lin. Among his many enviable qualities, he is a hilarious host, so the night is sure to be an unforgettable one. When we asked him what he thought about Kaya Press, this is what he had to say: “‘Kaya!’ is […]

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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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

05/20

05/20

www.tongueandgroovela.com (LOS ANGELES, Ca.)—(May 2, 2012)— In celebration of National Asian American/Pacific Islanders Heritage month, Conrad Romo’s Tongue and Groove Series would like to announce a series of events throughout Los Angeles featuring Asian American writers from both the East and West Coasts to include: Chiwan Choi, Ed Lin, Frannie Choi, Traci Kato Kiriyama, Suzanne […]

 
 
 
 

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— Junot Díaz