Sunday, February 17, 2013

Tinfish Live and on the Radio

Two events for Tinfish Press's recently released
Jack London is Dead: 
Contemporary Euro-American Poetry of Hawai'i

The first  one requires you to be there in person:
Honolulu's best, most diverse local literary series will host
a reading of work from the anthology.
M.I.A. Art and Literary Series.  Fresh Cafe.  Monday, Feb. 18th. 7:30.
President's day is a coincidence.

[Audio of this reading is archived at Penn Sound!]

Thank you, Jaimie Gusman.

For the second one, you just need 
to be on the internet:
Susan Schultz, Jaimie Gusman, and me discuss race, ethnicity, identity, and the anthology on
Hawai'i Public Radio
(this link includes a great 3 minute feature,
as well as extended interviews).

Thank you, Noe Tanigawa.

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