Join Mānoa: A Pacific Journal of International Literature at the Association for Writing Programs (AWP) Conference & Bookfair in Seattle, WA from March 9-11.
Bookfair, March 9-11
Stop by the Mānoa table located at #309 to talk story, peruse and purchase titles, and get a discount on subscriptions.
Get a signed copy of Out of the Shadows of Angkor, Thursday, March 9, 1-3 p.m.
Putsata Reang, Greg Santos, Sharon May, and Sokunthary Svay will be signing copies of the recent Mānoa volume, Out of the Shadows of Angkor in the Mānoa booth, #309.
Panel: Celebrating Pacific Island Literature, Thursday, March 9, 1:45-3 p.m.
Ballroom 1, Summit Building, Seattle Convention Center, Level 5
Mānoa journal is sponsored by the University of Hawai‘i’s Department of English. Join two creative writing professors, editor Craig Santos Perez and Kristiana Kahakauwila, along with William Nu‘utupu Giles for a great reading and conversation on Pacific Island literature in this Kundiman panel.
Panel: Cambodian Poetry, Prose, and Translation Today, Friday, March 10, 3:20-4:35 p.m.
Rooms 338-339, Summit Building, Seattle Convention Center, Level 3
Guest editor Sharon May and contributors Sokunthary Svay, Putsata Reang, and Greg Santos will read and discuss their work on Out of the Shadows of Angkor.
Subscribe to Mānoa
A one-year subscription gets you print copies or digital access to Out of the Shadows of Angkor: Cambodian Poetry, Prose, and Performance Throughout the Ages (Volume, 33-2 and 34-1) and In the Silence: International Fiction, Poetry, Essays, and Performance (Volume 34, Issue 2).
A two-year subscription additionally includes two new issues, including New CHamoru Literature edited by Craig Santos Perez (Volume 35, Issue 1) and an issue featuring the eco-literature of Southeast Asia (Volume 35, Issue 2).