Join us for a special recording of World Book Café – the BBC World Service radio program which tours the world, celebrating new writing and writers. In a lively and engaging conversation from the heart of Brooklyn, Asian-American authors will share insights into their creative lives, the obstacles they face and the joy they find in words and writing.
Presenter Michelle Fleury will be joined on stage by Brooklyn-based writers Elaine Hsieh Chou, Crystal Hana Kim, Matthew Ortile, Pitchaya Sudbanthad and Jen Lue.
World Book Café: Brooklyn will be recorded and broadcast on the BBC World Service in June.
Crystal Hana Kim photo credit: Nina Subin
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