April author updates & events

April 8, 2016



Judy Grahn, author of A Simple Revolution


Thursday, April 28, 2016 7:00pm
California Institute of Intercultural Studies (CIIS)
1453 Mission St., San Francisco, CA


How can we participate in social change – with heart? Be a part of this exciting conversation, where Judy will share from her experience as a poet-activist and cultural theorist in Feminist, LGBT, anti-racist, and Women’s Spirituality movements. She will also be reading from her book A Simple Revolution. See the facebook event for more information.  






Piyali Bhattacharya, editor of Good Girls Marry Doctors


Piyali Bhattacharya, the editor for our upcoming anthology Good Girls Marry Doctors, has recently accepted the position of Associate Editor of Fiction at Drunken Boat Magazine!  Drunken Boat is an online international journal of literature and art committed to promoting the work of marginalized and underrepresented artists. Check out their latest issue to learn more.

Good Girls Marry Doctors will be released September 2016.





ire’ne lara silva, author of flesh to bone


ire’ne lara silva and co-editor Dan Vera’s upcoming poetry anthology, IMANIMAN: Poets Reflect on Transformative & Transgressive Borders Through Gloria Anzaldúa’s Work, has confirmed their list of contributors! This collection will be published by Aunt Lute, so stay tuned for an announcement about the publication date! Read more about the project on our website here.






Nancy Agabian, author of Me as her again

Wednesday April 13. 2016, 6:30-8:30pm
Nuyorican Poets Cafe
236 E 3rd Street, New York City, NY


Come listen to Nancy Agabian and other writers read next week in New York City.  Check out the facebook eventfor more information.

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