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2018 Events

IT: What's at Stake? -- A panel featuring Gabija Grušaitė, Luna Miguel, Ursula Andkjaer Olsen, and Vladimir Poleganov, moderated by YZ Chin.

A reading in Philadelphia with The Creative Writing MFA program at Rutgers University-Camden.

Boston Book Festival


4 PM, Old South Church Guild Room

The Personal is Political: A panel featuring YZ Chin, Lisa Locascio, and John Wray, moderated by Catherine Parnell.

An Ellevate Network panel featuring women in tech within various roles: solutions architect, engineer (that's me), technology specialist, technology sales and solutions leader.

A reading about outsiders in fiction with Let’s No One Get Hurt author Jon Pineda, The Affliction author C. Dale Young, and Though I Get Home author YZ Chin. $5 suggested donation. AAWW does great work!

In conversation with Jeannie Vanasco, author of the wonderful The Glass Eye.

In conversation with Mira T. Lee, author of the moving Everything Here is Beautiful

A Feminist Press special at this monthly reading series in LIC Bar, Long Island City! Reading with Bridgett Davis (Into the Go-Slow) and Chaya Babu (Go Home! contributor).

[Picture from reading | Picture from Q&A]

Literally Speaking is a fiction reading series that features the original work of Berlin writers and the authors who inspire their stories. Reading with Laura Kaye (English Animals), Kate McNaughton (How I Lose You), Olivia Parkes & Nick Vaky!

[Pictures from reading]

Very pleased to partner with The Berlin Writers' Workshop and >top Schillerpalais for a reading. I'll be reading with Helen Betya Rubinstein!

[Pictures from reading]

In conversation with Juan Martinez, author of the hilarious and poignant Best Worst American: Stories.

[Picture from the launch]

Part of Arts on Equality, an all-day event exploring the concept and lived experience of equality. I'll be reading with Rachel Webster and Jacqueline Battalora. 

Reading with Hermione Hoby (Neon in Daylight) and Rachel Lyon (Self Portrait with Boy).

Come celebrate the launch of Though I Get Home at the iconic Books Are Magic! In conversation with Chavisa Woods, author of Lambda nominee Things to Do When You're Goth in the Country!

[Picture from the launch]

An Akashic/Feminist Press Event with Adam Smyer, Lauren Stahl, YZ Chin, and T Kira Madden. 

[Picture of readers]

I'll be at Winter Institute with Feminist Press to chat with booksellers (a.k.a heroes) and present galleys of Though I Get Home.

[Picture from the author reception galley signing]

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