Events Listing

FEBRUARY

February 28:
The Author Evening Series Presents Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates, a New York Times bestselling author will read from and then discuss A Book of American Martyrs, her powerfully resonant and provocative new novel.


MARCH

PEN Center USA is proud to sponsor
YA Resists: Young Adult Authors Read Out
Skylight Books hosts 12 YA authors reading about resistance and hope in troubled times.
March 22nd 7:30 PM at Skylight Books 1818 N Vermont Ave.

Join
Elana K. Arnold
Cecil Castellucci
Cherry Cheeva
Brandy Colbert
Maureen Goo
Kristen Kittscher
Lindsey Klingele
Mark London
Gretchen McNeil
Sherri L Smith
Janet Tashijan
Diana Wagman

As they read from books for young people that highlight, protest, action and resistance.

CRAFT SESSION
Memoir, Essay, and Hybrid Forms
Nonfiction Craft Session with Dinah Lenney
Thursdays in March
March 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30

MAY
CRAFT SESSION
Living in Your Own Narrative
Poetry Master Class with F. Douglas Brown
Thursdays in May
May 4, 11, 18, 25

COMMUNITY EVENTS


Harvardwood

Tackling Diversity from the Front Lines: #WritingWhileAsian
March 05, 2017 at 5pm - 7pm

Emerson LA
5960 Sunset Blvd
Studio 255
Los Angeles, CA 90028

CONTACT: Dona Le · harvardwood@harvardwood.org

After last year's #OscarsSoWhite outcry, the Academy improved its diversity rates in the 2017 Oscars nominations. So our work here is done, right?

Not so fast.

In this new series, Harvardwood aims to bring together and spotlight diverse creatives and execs from all parts of the industry—actors, producers, directors, showrunners, development execs, managers, and agents—to talk frankly about their experiences and the challenges specific to their fields, with the aim of furthering the discussion of diversity in Hollywood and what can be done at all levels to address the lack thereof.

We're kicking off the series with #WritingWhileAsian, featuring Harvard alumni TV writers Leonard Chang, Sue Chung, Teresa Hsiao, and Ryan Koh. The event will begin with a small wine reception before we launch into a moderated discussion with our guest speakers, followed by a brief Q&A open to audience members.
Please register HERE

FREE for Harvardwood members & friends // $20 for non-members
$25 for everybody at the door, regardless of Harvardwood membership (online registration closes at 10am the day of the event)