Join us on Thursday, November 4, 2021, for an evening of writing and creative performance emerging from a series of summer workshops for LGBTQI+ Asian writers.
Tashme Haiku Reading. Join us for this unique exploration merging literature, culture, and history.
Inspired by contemporary English language haiku, poet Jude Neale explores ordinary objects through both poetry and photography in her new collection, Inside the Pearl. Join us for a book launch and a musical performance on Sunday, September 19 at 4 PM.
Join us Saturday, August 28, for an evening of new literary work from playwrights Marcus Youssef, C. E. Gatchalian, and Makram Ayache.
Join Joy Kogawa House for a summer series of 6 writing workshops for LGBTQIA+ Asian writers (at any level of experience) aimed at exploring the complexity of issues arising throughout the pandemic including (but not limited to) isolation, grief and resilience, anti-Asian racism, anti-Black racism, Indigenous rights, Palestinian rights in the Middle East crisis, colonization and white supremacy. Pride, body-positivity, and sex-positivity will also figure prominently in the workshops.