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11/04

Nicholas Wong may be in Hong Kong, but tonight at Stories Books & Cafe, Zoë Ruiz will be hosting a reading of Nic’s Crevasse! Join us as Los Angeles writers Siel Ju, Lisa Locascio, Douglas Manuel, and Brandon Som recite their favorite poems from Crevasse, as well as their own works. RSVP at the Facebook event page. See you there!

04/01

04/01

Join Kaya Press and four Asian diasporic artists for Self/Split next Wednesday! Sam Chanse, Nicholas Wong, and D’Lo are authors of three forthcoming Kaya books, and Chiwan Choi will also be reading his poetry. The event will be at USC’s Ground Zero Performance Café on Wednesday, April 1 at 7 PM. Below is the event description on USC’s website: “Self/Split” […]

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Last Tuesday, November 18th, Gene Oishi launched his novel Fox Drum Bebop with a modest celebration in Baltimore. Fifty people attended the event at the Mt. Washington Conference Center, hosted by Madeleine Mysko–a writer and friend of Oishi. The Ivy Bookshop provided a table for signings and sold out their copies of Fox Drum Bebop! After […]

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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 […]

 
 
 
 

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