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    ... From: NSHom517@aol.com Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2003 03:18:48 EST To: ksw@somarts.org Subject: Fwd: invASIAN - pass to our lists In a message dated 3/31/03 3:07:21
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      In a message dated 3/31/03 3:07:21 PM, joanniechang@... writes:

      << Please join Asian Women United of California in welcoming "invASIAN,
      Growing up Asian & Female in the United States," an anthology of young
      Asian American / American women's stories and poems.

      WHEN:
      Saturday, April 19
      2 - 4 p.m.

      WHERE:
      Chinese Culture Center
      750 Kearny Street
      [Third Floor, Holiday Inn]
      San Francisco, CA

      ADMISSION:
      Free

      BOOK DESCRIPTION:
      invASIAN, Growing up Asian & Female in the United States -- 55 young women
      writers from diverse backgrounds, armed with daring dreams, deep
      feelings, a sense of humor, and
      dramatic plans for themselves, their families and their communities.
      Collectively, they make an impact on American literature as pioneers of a
      prolific new generation of writers of color.

      In the Foreword, Evelyn I. Rodriguez, of Asian Women United, gets readers
      ready to experience this invASIAN:
      "Be forewarned. Once you choose to flip through these pages, you make
      the decision to come face to face with the complicated and the
      diverse, the painful and the beautiful - to confront the courageous
      and unforgettable."

      PROGRAM

      Readings by local contributors (and some from afar!):

      Donna Y. Chin
      Frances Lee Hall
      Sasha Hom
      Jennifer Kim
      Maiana Minahal
      Shizue Siegel
      Yunjong Suh
      Lily Sun
      Sheila Menezes
      Canyon Sam
      Frances Russell

      Reception

      invASIAN: A MUST-READ....
      In 1999, to create invASIAN, Asian Women United called for submissions from
      youth groups, schools, community centers, and ethnic studies
      departments. More than
      500 poems, essays, drawings, photos, and recordings were submitted.
      Together with
      discussion groups of Asian American teenagers, the AWU editorial
      committee chose
      a core of submissions, solicited some additional work, and make the
      collection.

      invASIAN is a must-read for young Asian American/American women. InvASIAN is
      suitable for Asian American studies classes, community youth groups,
      and parents looking for a fresh glimpse into their daughters' lives
      and thoughts.

      HOW TO ORDER
      invASIAN, 208-page paperback.
      ISBN: 1-888956-06-2
      $18 plus shipping and handling ($4.50 book rate or $6 UPS ground or
      priority mail) plus tax for California residents. Ask about our discounts
      for organizations, school and libraries.
      STUDY CENTER PRESS
      Toll-free: 1-888-271-3757
      e-mail: rumi@...
      Fax: 415-626-7276

      ASIAN WOMEN UNITED OF CALIFORNIA
      Founded in 1976, AWU is a nonprofit organization that publishes books and
      produces videos that explore many facets of Asian American women's
      experiences and varied cultural heritages.

      BOARD OF DIRECTORS
      Eliza Y. Chan
      Joannie C. Chang
      Elaine H. Kim
      Susanna Ng-Lee
      Evelyn I. Rodriguez
      Jane Singh
      Lilia V. Villanueva
      http://www.asianwomenunited.org


      thanks to all of you who supported Hawaii's AIDS service organizations by
      sponsoring me for the Paradise Ride (Hawaii's AIDS Ride) again this year!



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      <BLOCKQUOTE style="BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px;
      PADDING-LEFT: 5px">Please join Asian Women United of California in welcoming
      "invASIAN,
      Growing up Asian & Female in the United States," an anthology of young
      Asian American / American women's stories and poems.

      WHEN:
      Saturday, April 19
      2 - 4 p.m.

      WHERE:
      Chinese Culture Center
      750 Kearny Street
      [Third Floor, Holiday Inn]
      San Francisco, CA

      ADMISSION:
      Free

      BOOK DESCRIPTION:
      invASIAN, Growing up Asian & Female in the United States -- 55 young women
      writers from diverse backgrounds, armed with daring dreams, deep
      feelings, a sense of humor, and
      dramatic plans for themselves, their families and their communities.
      Collectively, they make an impact on American literature as pioneers of a
      prolific new generation of writers of color.

      In the Foreword, Evelyn I. Rodriguez, of Asian Women United, gets readers
      ready to experience this invASIAN:
      "Be forewarned. Once you choose to flip through these pages, you make
      the decision to come face to face with the complicated and the
      diverse, the painful and the beautiful - to confront the courageous
      and unforgettable."

      PROGRAM

      Readings by local contributors (and some from afar!):

      Donna Y. Chin
      Frances Lee Hall
      Sasha Hom
      Jennifer Kim
      Maiana Minahal
      Shizue Siegel
      Yunjong Suh
      Lily Sun
      Sheila Menezes
      Canyon Sam
      Frances Russell

      Reception

      invASIAN: A MUST-READ....
      In 1999, to create invASIAN, Asian Women United called for submissions from
      youth groups, schools, community centers, and ethnic studies
      departments. More than
      500 poems, essays, drawings, photos, and recordings were submitted.
      Together with
      discussion groups of Asian American teenagers, the AWU editorial
      committee chose
      a core of submissions, solicited some additional work, and make the
      collection.

      invASIAN is a must-read for young Asian American/American women. InvASIAN is
      suitable for Asian American studies classes, community youth groups,
      and parents looking for a fresh glimpse into their daughters' lives
      and thoughts.

      HOW TO ORDER
      invASIAN, 208-page paperback.
      ISBN: 1-888956-06-2
      $18 plus shipping and handling ($4.50 book rate or $6 UPS ground or
      priority mail) plus tax for California residents. Ask about our discounts
      for organizations, school and libraries.
      STUDY CENTER PRESS
      Toll-free: 1-888-271-3757
      e-mail: rumi@...
      Fax: 415-626-7276

      ASIAN WOMEN UNITED OF CALIFORNIA
      Founded in 1976, AWU is a nonprofit organization that publishes books and
      produces videos that explore many facets of Asian American women's
      experiences and varied cultural heritages.

      BOARD OF DIRECTORS
      Eliza Y. Chan
      Joannie C. Chang
      Elaine H. Kim
      Susanna Ng-Lee
      Evelyn I. Rodriguez
      Jane Singh
      Lilia V. Villanueva
      <A
      HREF="http://www.asianwomenunited.org">http://www.asianwomenunited.org</A>
      </BLOCKQUOTE>

      <EM>thanks to all of you who supported Hawaii's AIDS service organizations
      by
      sponsoring me for the Paradise Ride (Hawaii's AIDS Ride) again this year!
      </EM>
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      From: "Joannie C. Chang" <joanniechang@...>
      Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 14:07:05 -0800 (PST)
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      <jaffeldt@...>, Monty Agarwal <magarwal@...>, Irene Poon Anderson
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      <ldong@...>, "Calvin B. Fung" <calfung@...>, Frank Jang
      <manuimport@...>, Him Mark Lai <hmlai@...>, Agnes Lam
      <alam@...>, Catherine Lam <usamicrogram@...>, Vitus Leung
      <vleung888@...>, Alex Lock <lockdynasty@...>, Paul Louie
      <paullouie12@...>, Gloria So <gloriasso@...>, "Melissa M. Szeto"
      <mszeto@...>, Roger Tom <rtomsf@...>, Howard Wong
      <howard_wong@...>, May Wong <may2wong2003@...>, Yuri Kochiyama
      <yurikochiyama@...>, Stacy Kono <stacykono@...>, Christina Lee
      <chrissylee13@...>, Lung-Chi Lee <lclee1@...>, Alex Nguyen
      <gramsci@...>, Mimi Nguyen <miminguyen@...>, Paul Phojanakong
      <phojanakong@...>, Cecilia Tsu <ctsu@...>, Sophy Shiahua Wong
      <resister@...>, Connie Wun <c_wun@...>, Bernice Yeung
      <bernice.yeung@...>, Francoise <franc2b@...>, Barbara Goto
      <bgoto2@...>, Debbie Kajiyama <dkajiyama@...>, Mary Mizuhara
      Tagupa <mizutag@...>, Fumi & Yuko Sakai <sakaifamily@...>,
      Sharon Sato <vrtulpost@...>, hincapie@..., Christy Carrillo
      <chrisillo@...>, Rosaline Chan <rosalinechan@...>, Greg Chen
      <chengregory@...>, Helen Chen <helenc@...>, "Elia V.
      Gallardo" <egallardo@...>, Gloria Guinto <gloria.guinto@...>, Mari
      Hatta <tmhatta@...>, Kuusela Hilo <kuusela@...>, Grace
      Hom <ghom30@...>, Nancy Hom <nhksw@...>, nancy hom
      <nshom517@...>, Madeline Hsu <mhsu@...>, Madeline Hsu
      <mpkhsu@...>, Vivian Huang <vhuang@...>, Ging Louie
      <gingnyc@...>, "Ging M. Louie" <gingnyc@...>, Kay Louie
      <klouie@...>, Kathy Lu <klu7@...>, 'Barbara Lubinski'
      <barbara@...>, Julie Soo <jsoo@...>, Mai Linh
      Spencer <linhspencer@...>, Jayashri Srikantiah
      <jsrikantiah@...>, Chris Hwang <csh_1969@...>, Victor Hwang
      <vmhwang@...>, Bob Kim <bkim@...>, Bob Kim
      <miktrebor@...>, Kara Daillak <planetk@...>, Annabelle Ison
      <ison@...>
      Subject: Fwd: invASIAN

      Please join Asian Women United of California in welcoming "invASIAN,
      Growing up Asian & Female in the United States," an anthology of young
      Asian American / American women's stories and poems.

      WHEN:
      Saturday, April 19
      2 - 4 p.m.

      WHERE:
      Chinese Culture Center
      750 Kearny Street
      [Third Floor, Holiday Inn]
      San Francisco, CA

      ADMISSION:
      Free

      BOOK DESCRIPTION:
      invASIAN, Growing up Asian & Female in the United States -- 55 young women
      writers from diverse backgrounds, armed with daring dreams, deep
      feelings, a sense of humor, and
      dramatic plans for themselves, their families and their communities.
      Collectively, they make an impact on American literature as pioneers of a
      prolific new generation of writers of color.

      In the Foreword, Evelyn I. Rodriguez, of Asian Women United, gets readers
      ready to experience this invASIAN:
      "Be forewarned. Once you choose to flip through these pages, you make
      the decision to come face to face with the complicated and the
      diverse, the painful and the beautiful - to confront the courageous
      and unforgettable."

      PROGRAM

      Readings by local contributors (and some from afar!):

      Donna Y. Chin
      Frances Lee Hall
      Sasha Hom
      Jennifer Kim
      Maiana Minahal
      Shizue Siegel
      Yunjong Suh
      Lily Sun
      Sheila Menezes
      Canyon Sam
      Frances Russell

      Reception

      invASIAN: A MUST-READ....
      In 1999, to create invASIAN, Asian Women United called for submissions from
      youth groups, schools, community centers, and ethnic studies
      departments. More than
      500 poems, essays, drawings, photos, and recordings were submitted.
      Together with
      discussion groups of Asian American teenagers, the AWU editorial
      committee chose
      a core of submissions, solicited some additional work, and make the
      collection.

      invASIAN is a must-read for young Asian American/American women. InvASIAN is
      suitable for Asian American studies classes, community youth groups,
      and parents looking for a fresh glimpse into their daughters' lives
      and thoughts.

      HOW TO ORDER
      invASIAN, 208-page paperback.
      ISBN: 1-888956-06-2
      $18 plus shipping and handling ($4.50 book rate or $6 UPS ground or
      priority mail) plus tax for California residents. Ask about our discounts
      for organizations, school and libraries.
      STUDY CENTER PRESS
      Toll-free: 1-888-271-3757
      e-mail: rumi@...
      Fax: 415-626-7276

      ASIAN WOMEN UNITED OF CALIFORNIA
      Founded in 1976, AWU is a nonprofit organization that publishes books and
      produces videos that explore many facets of Asian American women's
      experiences and varied cultural heritages.

      BOARD OF DIRECTORS
      Eliza Y. Chan
      Joannie C. Chang
      Elaine H. Kim
      Susanna Ng-Lee
      Evelyn I. Rodriguez
      Jane Singh
      Lilia V. Villanueva
      http://www.asianwomenunited.org



      thanks to all of you who supported Hawaii's AIDS service organizations by
      sponsoring me for the Paradise Ride (Hawaii's AIDS Ride) again this year!



      ****
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      $115 KSW members; $135 non-members
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      KSW All-Genre Creative Writing Class Reading
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      7-9PM, Free
      Cabrillo College Watsonville Center, 318 Union St., Rm 4350, Watsonville, CA

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      Mountain Warriors
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