Posts Tagged ‘Kaya Press’

AWP: where you’ll find Ching-In (LitinColor, cream city review, VONA)

April 8, 2015

Dear friendlies attending AWP &/or in Minneapolis,Where I’ll be for the next few days:

Thursday, April 9:

11:15-11:30a Reading for #LitinColor brought to you by Tia Chucha Press, Writ Large Press and KAYA Press — and all about celebrating Writers of Color at Booth 1711 in the Bookfair, alongside many fabulous authors & editors!  Check out for the full schedule & more info: http://kaya.com/2015/04/lit-color-celebrating-writers-color/And send a #LitinColor postcard to anyone you want with the name of your favorite Writer of Color, postage on us!

4:15-5p At the cream city review table at the Bookfair (126)!  Come get special subscription & issue deals & other fun goodies!

Friday, April 10:

9-10:15 At the cream city review table (126)!  Come get special subscription & issue deals & other fun goodies!

12-1:15 p cream city review Celebrates Returning the Gift Native American Writers.
Room M100 H&I, Mezzanine Level. (Kimberly Blaeser, Janet McAdams, Margaret Noodin, Laura Tohe, b: william bearhart)

In 1992, 500 years after Columbus, more than 300 Native American writers gathered at the first Returning the Gift Festival, bringing together more Native writers than at any other point in history. cream city review celebrated the legacy of this now annual gathering with a special issue entitled “Returning the Gift: Indigenous Futures.” Please join us for our Gathering of Words with a poetry and fiction reading from emerging and established Native American writers published in this issue.  We’ll have Returning the Gift issues at the panel & at the cream city review table (126)

https://www.facebook.com/events/1433771953582670/

7-9pm cream city review, with Devil’s Lake and Linebreak Off-site reading

612Brew – 945 Broadway St, NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413

Kimberly Blaeser, Lo Kwa Mei-En, Rickey Laurentis, Solmaz Sharif, Corey Van Landingham, Ocean Vuong

https://www.facebook.com/events/1596743807210557/

Saturday, April 11:

9-10:15am  At the cream city review table (126)!  Come get special subscription & issue deals & other fun goodies!

12-2pm At the Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation Table #1107.  Come visit us to learn about this multi-genre writing workshop for writers of color!

2:45-4:15pm  At the cream city review table (126)!  Come get special subscription & issue deals & other fun goodies!

8pm Reading as part of the Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation/Generation One reading Saturday night, April 11 at The Loft (1011 Washington Ave, Minneapolis), 8pm with Elmaz Abinader, Faith Adele, Jennifer Derilo, Jeffrey Renard Allen, Grace Lee, M. Evelina Galang, Melissa Sipin, Minal Hajratwala, Tanuja Jagernauth, David Mura, Vanessa Martir, Achy Obejas & Charles Rice Gonzalez.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1386888778282629/

Poets Celebrate International Women’s Day + March’s Conversant

March 8, 2015

I’ll be reading at People’s Books Cooperative on Sunday, March 8 to celebrate International Women’s Day!  Thanks Freesia McKee for organizing!

Sunday, March 8, 3pm at People’s Books Cooperative, 804 East Center Street, Milwaukee, WI

International Women’s Day is a holiday celebrated around the world with political roots in the struggle for social and economic determination for people of all genders. As poets, we celebrate.

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Ching-In Chen
Freesia McKee
Margaret Rozga
Mikey Cody Apollo
Nikki Wallschlaeger
Suzanne Rosenblatt

Join us! This is a free event.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1607829739450113/

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Also, if you missed it, check out this month’s The Conversant, which features Woodland Pattern  presents Oliver Bendorf & Trish Salah; Housten Donham with Josef Kaplan; That Which Quickens the Pulse: Neelanjana Banerjee, Lisa Chen & Sunyoung Lee on KAYA Press; Flying Object Presents: Trinie Dalton; Rolling Around On Carpets: Danielle Susi with Ocean Vuong; Manifestation 2: Anaïs Duplan & Kione Kochi; Joseph Kalscheur with Seth Abramson; The People‘s Mathew Timmons & Ben White: Jennifer Moon & Lindsay Tunkl (Ep. 18); Negotiating Academic Constraints: Clara S. Lewis with Louis Bury; and Philip Metres with Dmitry Kuzmin. Check it out athttp://theconversant.org/