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Thursday, January 24, 6:30pm

 

The Asian American Writers’ Workshop

110-112 West 27th Street, Ste. 600

New York, NY 10001

 

Celebrate the launch of Drunken Boat Issue #16 in collaboration with Open City & the Asian American Writers’ Workshop!

Join the contributors and editors from Drunken Boat, one of the world’s oldest e-literary journals, as they celebrate the launch of their 16th issue with special folios on Art, Barry Hannah, Exploration, Fiction, Asian American Urbanisms, Sound Art/Dissonance, Speculative, and Trance Poetics.

Featuring a line-up of poets, video artists, Open City writers, fiction writers, and mixed media performers! The event will be MC’ed by Drunken Boat’s own Ravi Shankar.

Readers include Kristin Prevallet, Edwin Torres, Elena River, Marco Maisto, Caroline DeVane, Nora Maynard, Rosalind Palermo Stevenson, Sahar Muradi, Zohra Saed, Celina Su, Peggy Lee, Wah-Ming Chang, and a special collaborative performance by award winning American poet specializing in cross-disciplinary ephemeral collaborations Terri Witek and her Brazilian collaborator, Cyriaco Lopes, whose most recent New York show “Crimes Against Love” won a Worldstudio AIGA and RTKL award and was featured on the front page of The Advocate.

Check out Issue #16 here:
http://www.drunkenboat.com/db16/

More info:
http://aaww.org/curation/celebrating-drunken-boat-issue-16/

http://www.facebook.com/events/581135855236183/

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