September author events

September 1, 2016

Judy Grahn, author of A Simple Revolution

Saturday September 3, 2016 7pm-9pm
Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
Berkeley, CA

 

“At Home On Earth” is a Living Arts Magazine evening, featuring Judy Grahn, Brynn Saito, Anne Carol, and Asia Morganthaler. Four artists collaborate in a multi-art, multi-cultural, multi-generational show of beauty and caring expressed in poetry, music, and paintings. Click here for more information.

 

ire’ne lara silva, author of flesh to bone

 

Saturday September 10, 2016 5pm
Resistencia Bookstore
4926 E. Cesar Chavez, Unit C-1, Austin, TX

 

Celebrate the release of ire’ne lara silva’s new book Blood Sugar Canto. For details, check out silva’s calendar.

 

Saturday September 17-18, 2016
NHI’s Loma Linda
Maxwell, TX

 

“Building a Writing Life: Balance, Self Care, and Getting Out of Our Own Way, a Weekend Writing Retreat led by ire’ne lara silva” aims to help writers create a balance between time, self, work, and art. The retreat provides an exceptional opportunity for writers to join in community and expand their practice. More information click here.

 

Jo Scott Cole, author of Teacher at Point Blank

 

Thursday September 15, 2016 7 pm – 830 pm
Barbara and Culver Center for the Arts
3834 Main Street, Riverside, CA

 

Join the Inlandia Institute as we kick off a new season of Conversations at the Culver, featuring Jo Scott-Coe in conversation with Chiwan Choi (founder and publisher, Writ Large Press). See the event page for more details.

 

Piyali Bhattacharya, editor of Good Girls Marry Doctors

 

Wednesday September 7, 2016 7 pm
Asian American Writers Workshop
112 West 27th St #600, New York, NY

 

Come hear editor Piyali Bhattacharya, along with other contributors to the new anthology Good Girls Marry Doctors, read passages from the book and participate in community discussion. Head on over to Piyali’s facebook page for more information.

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