This book I wrote could use a little pick me up. And I’m asking for help from those of you who have purchased and read the book. Customer Reviews. However extensive or minimal as you so choose, whether on Amazon, Powell, or Goodreads. Hell, you can just go onto Goodreads and give me some stars. But reviews will help generate sales, and this is not a big money maker for me so that’s not the point. I still believe it’s worth being in people’s hands and that there’s still a lot of people out there it can reach. I hope you believe that, too. I’m working away at the next manuscript but I know it can still be meaningful for someone to discover the first, so help your boy out. Write a customer review.
I’m part of this show on Monday at the Asian Art Museum for KQED. Featuring performances by Jason Bayani and Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, music by Matt Wong and a conversation with Jeff Chang. It’s free, but you gotta RSVP! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/off-script-shifting-the-narrative-tickets-16404962685
from the website
With the introduction of “Fresh Off the Boat” to primetime programming on network television and other notable strides in media, Asian Americans are increasing their representation in mainstream media, with Asian American writers, actors, and artists taking control of their storytelling and representations of their communities. This event will focus on what this means for the community – the progress that has been made, the stories we choose to tell, and the work that is still left to do.
April is National Poetry Month, and PAWA (Philippine American Writers and Artists) and Kearny Street Workshop are doin’ a little something for the occasion.
Pin@y poets are doing remarkable things in print publication and in performance. Please join us for “sound, word.” Bay Area Pin@y poets Jason Bayani and Janice Sapigao will be droppin la poesía!
WHERE: Arc Studios and Gallery 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
WHEN: Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 1:30 pm.
HOW MUCH: FREE!