Posts Tagged: Victoria Chang
If you’re going to be in Brooklyn on Saturday, October 5, you won’t want to miss the Page Turner Literary Festival, a celebration of all corners of Asian American culture presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.
It’ll feature events like a panel on Muslim American identity, a marathon poetry reading from a “nonprofit named after a genre of Filipino love song,” and a reading from recent Rumpus interviewee Victoria Chang—plus a variety of arts-and-crafts booths where you can learn how to fold origami or make dumplings....more
Previously, we blogged about a reading by Victoria Chang from her new poetry collection The Boss.
Here’s a Q&A with Chang about that book, her approach to poetry, and her day job in the business world. An excerpt:
I wrote these poems in a car while waiting for our four-year-old to finish a Chinese language class in Irvine (which she despised, by the way).