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New York City Reading Friday March 21

Posted by on Mar 18, 2008 in Asian American, Ed, Writing | 1 comment

New York City Reading Friday March 21

Kaya’s logo. Tony the Tiger says smoking is g-g-g-r-r-eat, kids! Friday March 21, 2008, 7:30 PM Barnes & Noble Greenwich Village 396 Ave of the Americas (Sixth Avenue and 8th Street) New York City 212-674-8780 My first reading at this big chain, which seems to be losing outlets in Manhattan as fast as the old Tower Records. Quick! Save this...

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Get Acquainted With The Stranger

Posted by on Mar 14, 2008 in Asian American, Celebrities, Ed, Writing | 2 comments

I just wrote a column for Seattle’s The Stranger about all the weird people who come to book readings: Waylaid by Weirdness by Ed Lin A lot of great things happen at readings, enough to make it more than worth my while to step up to the mic. I like hearing that someone loved my book—it made them laugh, cry, whatever. One guy even told me that he read my first novel, Waylaid, in one sitting. On the toilet. Hey, it made me laugh. The only downside to readings is when the Weirdies show...

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Philly and Asian American Writers’ Workshop Readings

Posted by on Feb 15, 2008 in Asian American, Ed, Writing | 2 comments

Philly and Asian American Writers’ Workshop Readings

Well, when I rolled into Philadelphia, for the reading at UPenn I was sick. Just as well, because the entire Northeast was covered in a sleet storm. We were literally falling over each other on the ice as we fumbled our way to the Kelly Writers House. Even though we were about half an hour late, a roomful of people were patiently waiting. While I was reading I broke into a sweat and my glasses kept slipping off my nose, but, hell, nothing would stop me from reading for and poisoning the minds...

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Next Reading and Book Party! (New York City, again!)

Posted by on Jan 29, 2008 in Ed, Writing | 2 comments

Next Reading and Book Party! (New York City, again!)

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