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Centering the Masses: Bull and Puppy 3 – “Stepping Out”
May 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree
Edo artist Nagasawa Rosetsu painted the image of a small fluffy puppy resting on a gigantic bull, proving that two seemingly incongruous figures can co-exist in harmony. In the same way, these Tuesday book events will facilitate conversations between published writers who normally don’t sit together but actually have intersecting experiences. Moderated by author Naomi Hirahara, BULL & PUPPY will investigate what “uncommon” authors may have in common. A poetry reading will open each session, which will end with a quick writing prompt for all attendees.
All events below will be at 341 FSN (341 E 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012).
FREE ADMISSION. Capacity is limited. Informal seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
STEPPING OUT | Tuesday, May 14, 2019 | 7:30 PM
Conversation about walking through our past and present. A UC Berkeley professor translates a 1920s itinerant laborer’s serials, a poet searches for Little Tokyo, and a journalist explores the past with a camera.
• LYNELL GEORGE, Los Angeles memoirist and photographer of After/Image and daughter of LAPD beat cop who walked Weller Street in the 1960s
• ANDREW WAY LEONG, UC Berkeley professor and translator of Lament in the Night, two serials published in the 1920s by The Rafu Shimpo and a small press
in Little Tokyo
• AMY UYEMATSU, poet of numerous collections, including 30 Miles from J-Town
• Flash writing workshop (led by Amy Uyematsu)