2019 TRAVEL/EVENT CALENDAR

12.2.19: Las Vegas, NV: Reception with Lindsay Nixon @ 6pm: BMI Library

12.2.19: Henderson, NV: Vi's event 

11.14.19: Portland, OR: Reed College Visiting Writers Series: She Who Has No Master(s) @ 6:30pm,  Eliot Chapel: 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd

11.12.19: Las Vegas, NV: UNLV: Art Department: Student Workshops with Art Department, Marcus Civin and David Rowe @ 6 - 8:45 pm: Room: BEH: 242

11.8 -11.10.19: Los Angeles, LA.

11.6.19: Las Vegas, NV: Workshop (career talk) with UNLV's Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Organization @ 1-2pm 

11.5.19. Las Vegas, NV: Life is an Op-Ed: On Making Opinions in an Age of Bewilderment @ 7pm, UNLV's Beverly Rogers Literature and Law Building (RLL): Room 101 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy

 

10.28.19: Las Vegas, NV: Dao, Stacey, Vi: BMI: She Who Has No Master(s): Food, Memory, Mythology: 7pm East Las Vegas Library, 2851 E. Bonanza Rd

 

10.22.19: Las Vegas, NV: The Believer Presents and interactive comic w/ Matt Huynh @ 7pm: Art Square Theater 1025 South 1st Street

 

10.19.19: Las Vegas, NV: LV Book Festival

10.19.19: Las Vegas, NV: Days of Awe: An Afternoon with A.M. Homes @ 11 am, Historic Fifth Street School 401 South 4th Street

10.15.19: Norman, OK: Readings and Book Signings by the 2020 Neustadt Prize Jury and Visiting Writers: 4 - 5:30pm @ Scholars Room - Oklahoma Memorial Union - Rm 315: André Naffis-Sahely, Anna Badkhen, Dunya Mikhail, Felipe Restrepo Pombo, J. L. Powers, Joseph Legaspi, Kapka Kassabova, Katherena Vermette, Lilliam Rivera, Philip Metres, Vi Khi Nao

 

10.14 - 10.18.2019: Norman, OK: Neustadt Prize

10.3.19: Las Vegas, NV: Believer Presents: Susan Steinberg in conversation with Steve Woodward @7pm: Writer's Block

10.1.19: Las Vegas, NV: PBS @3:30 pm

 

9.30.19: Las Vegas, NV: UNLV Class Visit: Intro to Creative Writing: 4:00pm- 5:15pm. BMI Conference Room

9.27.19 - 10.7.2019: X

9.23.19: Las Vegas: Writer's Block: Believer Presents: Sarah M. Broom in conversation with Claytee D. White @ 7pm 

9.13.19 - 9.15.19: Reno Lit Crawl: Title: A Woman's Work is Never Done with Kimberly Roberts Washoe Public House, 275 Hill St, 4:30-5:15 pm on September 14

9.3.19: Las Vegas, NV: Beyond Words: An Evening with Black Mountain Institute fellows: Ahmed Naji, Amy Kurzweil, and Vi Khi Nao @ 7pm

8.23.19 - 12.14.19: Las Vegas, NV: Shearing Fellow.

7.30.19: Portland, OR: PNCA Low-Res MFA in CW Talks: Vi Khi Nao and Daniela Naomi Molnar

 

7.28.19- 8.3.2019: Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest College of Art

7.28.19: Portland, OR: MFA in Creative Writing Launch Party : Readings by Vi Khi Nao and Brandon Shimoda. 7pm -12am

7.8.19 - 7.12.2019: Chautauqua, NY: Writer-in-Residence

7.7.19: Chautauqua, NY: Free Sundays Reading Series @ 3:30 pm

 

7.7.19: Chautauqua, NY: The Chautauqua Janus Prize

4.9.2019- 7.1.2019: IOWA

3.16.19-5.26.2019: Malmö, Sweden: Sheep Machine on Speed 2

2.28.19: New York, NY: Art + Life Series @ 8pm: 2960 Broadway: 10027 (Dodge Hall 501)

2.23.19: Philadelphia, PA: UDP reading: Diana Hamilton, Ed Steck, Natalie Lyalin, Saretta Morgan, Josef Kaplan, Jena Osman, Rob Fitterman, Kevin Platt, Vi Khi Nao, Lawrence Giffin, Kevin Varrone, Holly Melgard, Monica de la Torre: Hiding Place:  1901 S 9th St #306, Philadelphia, PA 19148

1.22.19 - 3.20.2019: New York, NY: Columbia : Vi

1.21.2019: Phoenix, AZ: Jeanne

1.19.19-1.20.2019: Tucson, Arizona: Casa Libre

1.13.19:  San Jose, CA: San Jose Art Musuem @ 2 pm

1.12.19 --1.18.2019: San Francisco, CA: Djerassi Artist Residency

2020 TRAVEL CALENDAR

3.4 - 3.7.2020: San Antonio, TX: AWP

2.27.20: Troy, NY: The REV

1.10  - 1.15.2020: Ha Noi, Vietnam: AJAR

CONFERENCES & PANELS 2019

3.27.19-3.30.19: Portland, OR: AWP: VIETNAM IS A 7 LETTER WORD: Moderator: Dao Strom. Panelists: Aimee Phan, Hoa Nguyen, Vi Khi Nao, Thi Bui. DESCRIPTION: Answering back to over-written narratives, these women of the Vietnamese diaspora offer insight into how writers may elasticize and complicate definitions of one’s various assigned “identities” and lend voice to the silenced, obscured, or overlooked. Addressing issues of craft and creative process in the elucidation of trauma, repercussions of war and colonialism, erasure and objectification, this panel’s topics will include narrative approach, collaboration, hybridity, and renewing the lyric. STATEMENT OF MERIT: The topic of Vietnam and its contextual war was brought back into US consciousness with the Fall 2017 debut of Burns & Novick's 18-hour documentary titled “The Vietnam War”. Like so many media representations, Vietnamese voices are lost, regulated as background and minimized. The writers of this diaspora offer critical ways to claim underrepresented and erased histories and promote visibility and agency in response to war, colonialism, exodus, dislocation, traumas, and divided identities.

 

 

2018  TRAVEL CALENDAR

11.29.18: Iowa City, IA

 

11.26. 2018: New York, NY: Poetry Project w/ Alicia Jo Rabins

11.25.2018: Brooklyn, NY: Della Reading Series @ 3-5pm |1238 Prospect Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11218

 

11.2.2018: Iowa City, IA

 

10.30.2018: Las Vegas, NV

 

10.24.18: San Diego, CA: San Diego State University: @ 7 pm in Love Library 430 (Leon Williams Room)

10.5.18-10.7.18: &NOW 2018 & Whenever It's Needed: A Festival of New Writing

9.22.18: Chicago, IL:  Uncharched Books @ 5pm w/ Andrew Cantrell + more?:   2620 N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

 

9.21.18: Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah: one-hour public outreach visit and lunch @ 12:00 pm.

9.20.18: Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah: @ 7pm: one-hour Guest Writers Series public reading

9.7.18: Oakland, CA: Studio One Art Center @ 7:30 PM w/ Steven Seidenberg, Vernon Keeve & Caroline Kessler: 365 45th St, Oakland, CA 94609

 

9.2.18: Los Angeles, CA: Pop-Hop: 5002 York Blvd | Highland Park @ 3pm w/ Robyn O'Neil, Jake Vermaas, Vi Khi Nao, Music: Logan Hone, James Brinkley
 

8.25.18: Lost Angeles, CA: Poetic Research Bureau w/ Joshua Edwards & Lynn Xu @7:30 PM: 951 Chung King Rd

8.20.18: Los Angeles, CA

8.12.18 - 8.19.18: Cape Floral, FL: Home Away From Home

7.26.18: Iowa City, IA

7.24.18: Brooklyn, NY: Spoonbill Books @ 7pm w/ Chia-Lun Chang, Vi Khi Nao, Meg Onli, Natalie Diaz, and Saretta Morgan, : 99 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11206 

7.22.18: Ridgewood, NY: Topos Bookstore @ 6:30 pm w/ Claire Donato & Rachael Wilson: 788 Woodward Ave, Ridgewood, NY

7.21.18: Brooklyn, NY:  Unnameable Books @ 6:30pm with Brenda lijima, Lynne DeSilva-Johnson, and Erin Fleming

7.19.18: Brooklyn, NY: McNally Jackson Books @7 pm with Anna Moschovakis and Christina Vega-Westhoff:  76 N 4th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249

7.18.18: New York, NY:  CoDex Books @  7pm w/ Susan Daitch: 1 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012

7.17.18: New York, NY: West Coast Launch for Sheep Machine

6.24.18: Henderson, NV:  Book Signing from 12-3pm @ Anthony & Wendy Copper Cat Books, LLC 1570 West Horizon Ridge Pkwy Suite 170 Henderson NV 89012 (702) 567-2666

6.13.18: Oakland, CA: BOOK LAUNCH: E.M. Wolfman: 410 13th St. w/ Jennifer S. Cheng, Vi Khi Nao, Rita Bullwinkel @ 7pm

6.12.18: San Francisco, CA: BOOK LAUNCH: Green Apple Books: 506 Clement St w/ Jennifer S. Cheng, Vi Khi Nao, Rita Bullwinkel @ 7pm

5.31.18: IOWA CITY, IA

5.23.18 - 5.29.18: Mexico City, MEXICO

5.17.18: Brooklyn, NY: Berl's w/ Liz Bowen, Vi Khi Nao, Katy Mongeau & Moina Pam Dick @ 7pm

5.10.18 - 5.12.18: Clinton, NY: Hamilton College: On Amy Zhang defense team

4.10.18: Las Cruces, NM: White Sands National Monument w/ Tania

 

3.30.18: New York, NY:  CANADA GALLERY: 333 Broome St @ 7-10 pm w/Miguel Gutierrez, Douglas Martin & Vi Khi Nao

3.29.18: New York,NY: The Asian American Writers' Workshop @ 7pm. W/ Celina Su, Vi Khi Nao, Brandon Shimoda & Dorothy Wang (110-112 W. 27th Street, Sixth Floor, NY, NY 1000)

3.29.18: Brooklyn, NY: Pratt @ 2 -3:50 pm: 200 Willoughby Avenue  Brooklyn, NY 11205 

3.9.18: Tampa, FL: Gremlins 3: AWP (an off-site reading) @7-10pm. W/ Ben Fama, Liz Bowen, Bianca Stone, Josef Kaplan, Bridget Talone, Ed Steck, Shy Watson, Amy Saul-Zerby, Rachelle Toarmino, Ben Pease, and Kim Calder. QUAID: 5128 N Florida Ave, Tampa, Florida 33603

3.9.18: Tampa, FL: Offsite reading: Southern Brewing @ 7-9pm. W/ John Paul Stadler, Danilo John Thomas, Alex McElroy, Sofia Samatar, Jennifer Tseng, Kelley Parker Ervick, Diana Arterian, Aisha Sabatini Sloan, Natalie Eilbert, Vanessa Angelica Villarreal, E.G. Asher. 4500 N. Nebraska Ave.

3.8.18: Tampa, FL: Offsite reading: Join Always Crashing, Barrelhouse, Grimoire, and Vestiges / Black Sun Lit at C.1949 Florida Beer Garden @ 5 pm: Readers include: Elise Blackwell, Gabriel Blackwell, Dan Brady, Emily Corwin, Safia Elhillo, Andy Farkas, Erin Fleming, Michael Martone, Vi Khi Nao, Chet'la Sebree, Chris Tonelli

3.8.18: Tampa, FL: AWP: Offsite reading: FC2 Flash Reading @ 7 pm: Featured readers include Aimee Parkison, Sarah Blackman, George Choundas, Vi Khi Nao, Michael Mejia, Jennifer Natalya Fink, Steve Tomasula, Hilary Plum, and Joanna Ruocco.

3.7.18: Tampa, FL: AWP: ARRIVAL

2.24.18: Seattle, WA: @ 7pm. W/ Dao Strom & Stacey Tran.

2.23.18: Portland, OR: Radio interview w/ David @ 3pm


2.23.18: Portland, OR: @ 6pm. W/ Dao Strom & Stacey Tran.

2.17.18: Las Vegas, NV: Writer's Block @ 7 pm. W/ Noah Cicero & Maegan Poland

 CONFERENCES & PANELS 2018

10.6.18: Notre Dame, IN: “We, Too:” Fiction Writers Reclaiming Violence Under a Hostile Political Regime w/ Carol Guess, Courtney Morgan, Jennifer FinkSarah Blackman & Vi Khi Nao @ University of Notre Dame

 

3.10.18: Tampa, FL: Teaching / Sex / Writing: Number: S256: Date/Time: 3:00pm - 4:15pm. W/ Andrea Lawlor, Samuel Ace, Ronaldo V. Wilson, Myriam Gurba. Location: Room 17, Tampa Convention Center, First Floor

 

3.9.18: Tampa, FL: AWP: Writing the Frail Essay: Number: F253 Date/Time: 3:00pm - 4:15pm: W/ Caren Beilin, Amina Cain, Carolina Ebeid, Shamala Gallagher. Location: Room 3 & 4, Tampa Convention Center, First Floor

1.18.17: Kelly Writer's House, University of Pennsylvania"Marginalized Work, Innovative Critique" Panel w/ Caren Beilin, Matt Jakubowski, Steven Dunn, &  Vi Khi NaoHosted by Full Stop magazine (and in celebration of its first print anthology), writers and editors across presses will discuss innovative dynamics in contemporary criticism. Traditional modes of literary critique might include a summary of a novel's plot, maybe a recommendation (or not) to purchase. But how might experimental forms of criticism better serve marginalized works, including translations and nontraditional writing by women, especially when these works often eschew plot or a patriarchal (logical, hierarchical) ordering of meaning/event? What kinds of radical tactics must be performed in the criticism of new radical work?

 

2.9.17: AWP: Washington, DCR202. Asian-American Generations at Coffee House Pressw/  Evelina Galang, Vi Khi Nao, Bao Phi, and Karen Yamashita

 

3.31.17: Montclair State University: Poetry and Politics PanelW/ Jonterri Gadson, Vi Khi Nao, Vincent Toro, and Tika Lark

 

4.23.17: Los Angeles Times Festival of BooksFiction: The New New Narrative, Conversation 2052    Panel w/ Wendy C. Ortiz, Vi Khi Nao, Matias Viegener, & Agatha french

 

2017 READING TOURS

 

Jan 18.2017:  Philadelphia, PA: The Arts Cafe/UPENN @6pm w/ Steven Dunn with Caren Beilin, Hilary Plum, Vi Khi Nao, and Matt Jakubowski


Jan 20.2017: Los Angeles, CA: Book Show in Highland Park on Friday @ 7:30pm/Vermin on the Mount Reading Series w/ Jade Chang, Dana Johnson, Joshua Mohr, Vi Khi Nao, Lou Rowan, Melissa Yancy & your host Jim Ruland


Jan 21. 2017: San Diego, CA: 3rdSpace @ 7pm/ Vermin on the Mount Reading Series w/ Jade Chang, Heather Fowler, Joshua Mohr, Vi Khi Nao, Louis Rowan, David Tomlinson, Margaret Wappler  & your host Jim Ruland


Jan 23. 2017: Sin City, NV


Jan 25. 2017: Airspace @ 7pm


Jan 27. 2017: New York, NY: East Village @ 6pm with Daniela 


Jan 29.2017: Stillwater, OK: OSU: Dinner with Aimee/OSU students


Jan 30.2017: Stillwater, OK: OSU: Edmon Low Browsing Room @ 6pm


Feb  4. 2017: Durham, NC: Duke University's Little Corner Reading Series @ 8 pm


Feb 8.2017: Washington, DC: AWP


Feb 9.2017: Washington, DC: AWP: 1:30- 2:45 pm: Marquis Salon 3 & 4, Marriott Marquis, Meeting Level Two 


Feb 9.2017: Washington, DC: AWP:  9-11 pm: Join Nightboat Books & Belladonna* for an offsite reading at DC Arts Center w/ readings by authors :Samiya Bashir, Brynne Rebele-Henry, Jared Stanley, Vi Khi Nao, Melissa Buzzeo, Gracie Leavitt, John Keene, Mahogany Browne, Jennifer Firestone, Caroline Crumpacker, E. Tracy Grinnell, Laura Moriarty, Rosamond S. King. DC Arts Center: 2438 18TH STREET NW, WASHINGTON DC 20009


Feb 11.2017: Washington, DC: AWP: Rhizome @8pm: Please join Action Books, Calamari Press, Per Second Press, and Tarpaulin Sky Press at Rhizome for readings featuring: Nat Baldwin, Claire Donato, Johannes Göransson, Elizabeth Hall, Brandon Hobson, Robert Lopez, Vi Khi Nao Julie Reverb, Joanna Ruocco, Abe Smith, Aaron Apps, Valerie Hsiung, Amy King


Mar 3. 2017: Cambridge, MA: Dire Reading Series @ 7pm: 541 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE w/ Elizabeth Searle, Vi Khi Nao, Adam Scheffler


Mar 10.2017: San Francisco, CA: Alley Cat Books: 3036 24th St @ 7pm w/Alli Warren & Jared Stanley Book Launch w/ Vi Khi Nao

  
Mar 16.2017: New York, NY: WordHack: Babycastles (137 West 14th St., Floor 2) @ 8pm w/ Amelia Winger-Bearskin, Vi Khi Nao, David Bering


Mar 17.2017: Philadelphia, PA: Frank O'Hara's Last Lover: Sam's Morning Glory on 9th & Fitzwater @7:30 w/ Jasmine Gibson, Sophia Dahlin, Vi Khi Nao, Jason Mitchell

 
Mar 21.2017: Dedham, MA: The Mother Brook Literary Series: 123 High Street @ 7pm w/ John Paul Stadler & Vi Khi Nao


Mar 23.2017: Philadelphia, PA: Caren Beilin's class @ 3pm


Mar 25.2017: Brooklyn, NY: Unnameable Books @ 6pm w/ Marc Anthony Richardson & Vi Khi Nao


Mar 31.2017: Montclair, NJ: Montclair State University @ 2:30pm:  Poetry and Politics panel featuring Jonterri Gadson, Teka-Lark Lo, Vi Khi Nao, and Vincent Toro. Moderated by Claudia Cortese.


Mar 31.2017: Brooklyn, NY: Berl's @ 7pm w/ Dia Felix in celebration of YOU YOU YOU, Ana Božičević, Vi Khi Nao, Anna Joy Springer,


April 3.2017: Tucson, AZ: Spork Storefront: 2229 E. Broadway Blvd. w/ Marty Cain, Michael Martin Shea, Vi Khi Nao  @7pm


April 4.2017: Las Vegas, NV: Writer's Block: 1020 Fremont St #100 w/ Marty Cain, Michael Martin Shea, Vi Khi Nao, Mark Cirino, Hanna Andrews, Christine Bettis


April 7-9.2017:High desert near Joshua Tree in Southern California


April 15.2017: Denver, CO: Innisfree: 1301 Pennsylvania Ave @ Elizabeth Hall, Vi Khi Nao, Caroline Swanee Swanson, Steven Dunn


April 22.2017: Washington, DC: Writers Connected Conference


April 23.2017: Los Angeles, CA:  Los Angeles Times Festival of Books: Fiction: The New Avant Garde Sunday | 4/23/2017 12 PM in Salvatori Computer Science Center 101 


April 26.2017: New York, NY: Nel


May 8. 2017: Brooklyn, NY: Powerhouse Arena: No Tokens: 7-9 PM in Dumbo, Brooklyn


May 8. 2017: Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Public Library: Belladonna Series @ 7-8:30pm w/ Susan Briante, Caroline Crumpacker, Vi Khi Nao & Sarah Riggs


May 10.2017: New York, NY: Book Culture: 450 Columbus Ave w/ Tetman Callis, Amanda Goldblatt, Vi Khi Nao, and Kathryn Scanlan


May 20.2017: Philadelphia, PA: Giovanni's Room bookstore @ 6:30pm


Jun 12.2017: New York, NY: NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts: 566 LaGuardia Pl @ 7pm


Aug 25.2017: Los Angeles, CA: Other Books: 2006 E Cesar E Chavez Avenue @7pm w/ Elizabeth Hall, Myriam Gurba, Danielle Pafunda, Vi Khi Nao


Oct 18-21.2017: Bangor, ME: University of Maine


Oct 25. 2017: New York City, NY: Film screening "Fleshly Squeezed" @ 11:55am to 1:30pm


Oct 27. 2017: New York City, NY:  Bureau of General Services- @ 7 to 9 pmQueer Division The LGBT Center 208 W. 13th Street, Room 210 N  with/ Alexis Clements, Amber Carpenter-Sanford, Tara Shea, Burke Joan Larkin, Vi Khi Nao, Sarah Fonseca, Julie R. Enszer, Ayasha Guerin, Red Washburn, Jenny Factor, Sarah Sarai will celebrate Sinister Wisdom's 106th issue: The Lesbian Body.


Oct 30.2017: Philadelphia, PA: Kelly Writers House @ 6pm w/ Marc Anthony Richardson, Raquel Salas Rivera, Caren Beilin, Vi Khi Nao, Elias Rodrigues

2016 READING TOURS

 

Feb  4. 2016: South Bend, IN: Notre Dame McKenna Hall

April  1. 2016:  Los Angeles, CA: Poetic Research Bureau w/ Kate Durbin, Brenda Iijima, Orlando White, Josef Kaplan, Syd Staiti, Mathew Timmons, Vi Khi Nao, Eric Sneathen, Lauren Levin, Melissa Buzzeo

May  3. 2016:  Iowa City, IA: Prairie Lights

Jun  10. 2016 : Providence, RI: Tommy's Place w/ Claire Donato, Mark Baumer, Vi Khi Nao, and Danniel Schoonebeek

June 23.2016: Brooklyn, NY: Berl's w/ Vi Khi Nao, Andrew Durbin & Diana Sue Hamilton

Aug  5. 2016:  New York, NY: Secret Garden w/ Sean Mullins (our valliant Red Hood riding thru town)
Vi Khi Nao (mysterious mistress w heart on her sleeve)
Satchel Lee (maiden Satchy Lewie testing new waters)
Monica Terrero (humble knight on important quest)
Kevin Aranibar (young lord of great potential)
Patricia Ellah (sweet sweet princess)

Aug  9. 2016 : Brooklyn, NY: Unnameable Books

Aug 12. 2016: Brooklyn, NY: Berl's w/ Claire Donato, Vi Khi Nao, Ian Hatcher & Valerie Hsiung

Aug 23.2016: Brooklyn, NY: 61 Local: Ladies of the Witching Hour w/ Hilary Leichter, Rita Bullwinkel, Rebekah Bergman, Vi Khi Nao

Aug 27. 2016: Durham, NC: Invisible Bear Launch Party, Volume 2: The Shed w/ Oluwatomisin Oredein, Ryan Simmons, Vi Khi Nao, Eli Viszk

Sep 10. 2016: Providence, RI: Ada @ 6- 9 pm w/ Claire Donato & Vi Khi Nao

Sep 16. 2016: Cambridge, MA: Outpost 186: Jessica Bozek & SMALL ANIMAL PROJECT reading series presents new work from Lillian-Yvonne Bertram, Vi Khi Nao, Beth Steidle

Sep 17. 2016:  Burlington, VT: Dudley H. Davis Center

Sep 18.2016:  Montreal, Quebec: Katy Mongeau

Sep 30.2016: New York, NY: Vacancy Project: Cixous 72 Reading 02 @ 8pm w/ Alex Patrick Dyck, Chrissy Jones, Katy Mongeau, Dave Morse, Vi Khi Nao, Asha Sheshadri

Oct 14.2016: Amherst, MA: A3 Gallery: 28 Amity St. 1D, Amherst, MA @7pm w/ Jessica O Marsh & Vi Khi Nao

Oct 21.2016: Brooklyn, NY:  163 Hawthorn St. @7pm w/ Emji Spero, Vi Khi Nao, Cornelia Barber

Oct 27.2016: Brooklyn, NY: Pratt @ 2pm

Oct 27. 2016: Brooklyn, NY: Molasses Books @8pm w/  Claire Donato, Amy King, Vi Khi Nao, Laura Warman, Elizabeth Hall

Oct 28. 2016: New York, NY: St. Marks Church in the East Village @8pm w/ Jason P. Smith & Vi Khi Nao

Nov  1. 2016: Providence, RI: Brown Bookstore @6pm

Nov 3. 2016: Durham, NC: EV

Nov 9.2016: Providence, RI: CD Wright memorial

Nov 13.2016: NY, NY:  Hudson View Gardens, West 183rd Street & Pinehurst Ave. @5pm w/ Molly Rose Quinn, Vi Khi Nao, Alison Prine

Nov 16.2016: Iowa City, IA: Prairie Lights @ 7pm

Nov 17. 2016: Rock Island, IL: Rozz Tox @8pm w/ Holly Amos & Vi Khi Nao

Nov 30.2016: San Diego, CA: UCSD: Ben Doller & Sandra Doller:  SME Performance Space @4:30pm

Dec 1. 2016: San Diego, CA: morning chat with grad students

Dec  1. 2016: San Diego, CA: CSUSM @ 7pm: Ben Doller & Sandra Doller

Dec 2. 2016: San Diego, CA: Coffee with students @ 10 am

Dec 3. 2016: Los Angeles, CA: Pop Hop @ 7pm w/Amina Cain, Myriam Gurba, Elizabeth Hall, Vi Khi Nao

Dec 4. 2016: San Diego, CA: Non-Standard Lit @ 5pm w/Brian Blanchfield, Vi Khi Nao, & Hari Alluri

Dec 6. 2016: Sacramento, CA: Sac State: Library Gallery @ 6:30pm

Dec 8. 2016: New York, NY: Red Room at KGB Bar @7pm w/ Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, Danniel Schoonebeek, Vi Khi Nao

Dec 10. 2016:Portland, OR: Mother Foucault w/ Emily Carr, Vi Khi Nao, Valerie Hsiung @ 7pm

Dec 11.2016: Seattle, WA: Common Area Maintenance/ Margin Shift @ 7pm w/ Valerie Hsiung, Vi Khi Nao, Ken White, Prageeta Sharma, Corinna Rosendahl 

Dec 13.2016: Las Vegas, NV: EV

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