Monday, March 1, 2021

Catapult | What Nourishes Your Writing Ecosystem? | Jamie Figueroa

Catapult | What Nourishes Your Writing Ecosystem? | Jamie Figueroa

Roxane Gay on How to Write About Trauma | Vanity Fair

Roxane Gay on How to Write About Trauma | Vanity Fair

25 Essential Notes on Craft from Matthew Salesses ‹ Literary Hub

25 Essential Notes on Craft from Matthew Salesses ‹ Literary Hub





The unusual guidance that led Lee Isaac Chung to 'Minari' - Los Angeles Times

The unusual guidance that led Lee Isaac Chung to 'Minari' - Los Angeles Times

Sunday, February 28, 2021

Finding the Writer Within: Continuing Writers Workshop begins today at WCC

Finding the Writer Within: Continuing Writers Workshop begins today at Washtenaw Community College
Online, 8 Sundays, February 28 - April 25, 2021, 12-2pm EDT, Zoom

Upcoming
Writing from the Heart
Washtenaw Community College
Online, 2 Saturdays, March 6-13, 2021, 10am-12pm EDT, Zoom

Dare to Dream Writing Workshop
Washtenaw Community College
Online, 2 Saturdays, March 20-27, 2021, 10am-12pm EDT, Zoom

Writing your Family Stories
Washtenaw Community College
Online, 3 Mondays, April 5-19, 2021, 6-8pm EDT, Zoom

Registration Washtenaw Community College -- see https://washtenaw.augusoft.net/index.cfm?fuseaction=1010&catalogid=1

Friday, February 26, 2021

1990 Institute Newsletter – Volume 1, Issue 2

My second 1990 Institute Newsletter today, with a new column, "Communities of Color Stand Together," and a curated roundup of recent news items. If you like it, subscribe, and it will come straight to your inbox!

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Photographic Justice: Rest in Power Corky Lee – CAAM Home

My article for CAAMedia on the great Corky Lee, Rest in Power

"Corky was always around the community with his camera,” said filmmaker and Asian Americans series producer Renee Tajima-Pena. “In 40 years, I think I’ve seen him once without his camera, and I remember ribbing him about that.”

Photographic Justice: Rest in Power Corky Lee – CAAM Home

Friday, February 12, 2021

Launching 1990 Institute Newsletter, "Lunar New Year, Pandemic Style"

Happy Lunar New Year! Check out my new project with 1990 Institute. Introducing the new 1990 Institute Newsletter, which will be coming out twice a month as a way for me to reflect on the issues and share the news from Asian America! First column, "Lunar New Year, Pandemic Style."

1990 Institute Newsletter volume 1 issue 1 February 12, 2021

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Online! Foods & Flavors of Chinese New Year | Chelsea District Library

Tonight! Thursday February 11, 2021. Registration is open now!

Online! Foods & Flavors of Chinese New Year
2/11/2021 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Chelsea District Library

Celebrate the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Ox! Explore the customs, traditions, and food of Chinese New Year. Why is the Chinese New Year's celebration like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and your birthday rolled-up all in one holiday? What is the story behind Chinese dumplings? And what do you eat to ensure a long life? Join us as presenter Frances Kai-Hwa Wang shares the answers to these questions and many more! Zoom login code will be emailed the week of the event. THE FIRST 30 REGISTRANTS WILL RECEIVE A PAPER LANTERN THE WEEK OF THE PROGRAM!
Event Type(s): Adult, Teen
for more info: lbrown@chelseadistrictlibrary.org

Sunday, February 7, 2021

Today! Chinese New Year's Traditions, Stories and Food | Washtenaw Community College

Teaching today!

Chinese New Year's Traditions, Stories and Food
Sunday, February 7, 2021, 12-2pm, ONLINE
Washtenaw Community College

The Chinese Lunar New Year's Festival is one of the most important festivals for Chinese people all over the world. It marks the beginning of spring according to the lunar calendar, and has been celebrated in the United States for over 150 years. Learn about the traditions, foods and stories of Chinese New Year. Why can't you finish the fish? What does serving a whole chicken represent? How high will your fortunes rise in the New Year? Why do people wear red? What's in those red envelopes? And what Year of the Zodiac is it? Learn to say Happy New Year in Chinese.