March 4, 2010 • “Waiting for Tables,” Nancy Agabian’s lyric essay about Turkish and Armenian neighbors in Sunnyside, Queens, appears in the March issue of the Brooklyn Rail.
Professor LeAnne Howe’s novel Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story has been selected for Hampton University’s 2009-10 Read-In. Professor Howe will appear on campus for readings and a master lecture from March 22-24. Other readings include college visits and festival appearances in Wisconsin, Oklahoma, California, and Ohio.
March 2, 2010 • Judy Grahn’s March 18 interview with Dixie Treichel on Fresh Fruit radio, KFAI, the oldest LGBT radio program is available here.
Gartal, an independent forum for both established and emerging writers of Armenian descent, presents the Zephyr Poets from LA and NYC-based writers, including Nancy Agabian on April 2. These poets hail from across the globe, cite numerous literary influences, and deal with issues of war, loss of parents, self-definition through relationships and sexuality, and other urban global realities.
March 1, 2010 • Order though our online store and receive 20% off all titles. If your order total is over $50, we’ll also throw in free shipping. Enjoy!
March 1, 2010 • We at Aunt Lute are thrilled to launch our new and improved website!
This updated site features pages for each of our authors, event announcements, a browse-by-category function for our titles, and a News and Notes section—keeping you up to date on what’s happening at Aunt Lute and bringing you the latest news on exciting projects our authors are working on.
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Jean Weisinger has taken photographs throughout the world, traveling to England, Amsterdam, Germany, Cuba, Australia, New Zealand, East Africa, Jamaica, Mexico, and the Southern United States.
Sauda Burch is a black lesbian author living in Oakland.
Adrienne Mitchell is a literary translator and tenured professor who holds an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership with a focus on second language acquisition and pedagogy, as well as an M.A. in Romance Languages from the University of Oregon.