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Asian American Writers’ Workshop Journeys of Recovery Salon
July 11, 2012
On July 26, the Asian American Writers' Workshop and Guernica will co-sponsor the second installment of the AAWW's Bricolage series.
Image from Flickr via Swedish National Heritage Board
The evening’s theme will be journeys of recovery, and these journeys will cover a lot of ground: Aimee Phan’s novel The Reeducation of Cherry Truong traces the Vietnamese diaspora across three continents; Pauline Chen’s The Red Chamber takes readers to 18th century Beijing; and Don Lee’s The Collective follows aspiring artists in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
New Yorkers, mark your calendars and get ready for a “salon-style multimedia show-and-tell.” And don’t forget to check out Christine Lee Zilka’s recent interview with Don Lee.
Bricolage: Journeys of Recovery will be held at 7:00 pm on Thursday, July 26 at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop in New York City. The AAWW is located at 110-112 West 27th Street, 6th Floor. $5 suggested donation.
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