Working with low-income students in the 1st-12th grades, we bring authors and their books into individual classrooms in curriculum-based programs that incorporate direct and sustained interaction between students and authors.
Part 1: Min Jin Lee will be a bookseller for a day at Papercuts JP to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day 2017.
Drink, snag swag and hang out with Kate, Katie and Min (who may go by the name Kat that day so she can feel right at home).
Debbie Kopinski lived in Japan for 14 years, as a teacher of English at colleges and language schools.
Her main passion is ikebana, having just received her Riji certification, the highest level in Sogetsu Ikebana, and the Sogetsu Overseas Akane Teshigahara Award.
(Lower East Side Tenement Museum; Wednesday, May 3) This is a ticketed event for $25.
The event is free for members of the Tenement Museum.
Writers Jeffrey Renard Allen (Song of the Shank), Kia Corthron (The Castle Cross the Magnet Carter), and Min Jin Lee (Pachinko) discuss the challenges they faced when offering a new perspective on specific historical moment.
Moderated by Isaac Fitzgerald, books editor at Buzzfeed.
Coleman Road, Greer, SC 29650 3PM Fiction Addiction: Reading & Signing (ticketed event) 1175 Woods Crossing Road, Greenville, SC Events curated by Fiction Addiction owner, Jill Hendrix The Friends of the Bronxville Public Library (FOBPL) are encouraging book clubs to read Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko, a finalist for the National Book Award, a national bestseller and a New York Times Editor’s Choice, in preparation for a special conversation with the author that will take place on the evening of Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 7 PM at the Sommer Center for Worship and Performing Arts at Concordia College.
In conversation with Cheryl Pearl Sucher and Min Jin Lee about PACHINKO.