See You Sunday!

See you this Sunday at the Oakland Public Library!  Angie Chau, author of Quiet As The Come, will be speaking about something common to all of us, The Immigrant Experience.

Chau’s work has been widely published, appearing in the Indiana Review, the Santa Clara ReviewNight Train Magazine, and many other magazines and reviews. Her book has been reviewed by Sandra Cisneros, Karen Joy Fowler, and Pam Houston. Quiet As They Come has been or will be adopted for classroom curriculum at universities and high schools including UCLA, Loyola University, University of the Pacific, California College of the Arts, Chabot College, San Francisco City College, Drew School, Stevenson School, and Excel High School amongst others.

We welcome this California Writer, and hope you can join us to hear her speak.

Click here for information about location and time.


  • comment-avatar
    Sasha Futran March 11, 2013 (8:56 am)

    Hi Tanya,

    This month’s contest is writing for change, right? How many words? Thanks, Sasha

    • comment-avatar
      tanya grove March 13, 2013 (2:05 pm)

      Write Angles sponsors a monthly contest for members only. (I only mention that because this is on our website, which anyone can see.) Unless otherwise noted, the word limit is always 450 words and the deadline is always the 15th of the month.

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