CONFERENCES & RESIDENCIES
Kundiman's partner organizations offer our fellows the opportunity to apply for a Kundiman Fellowship to attend their conferences and residencies.
Our Spring/Summer 2019 Communications Intern Patrick Raneses interviewed R. Zamora Linmark about his latest novel, The Importance of Being Wilde at Heart!
Join us on October 5th at the Ace Hotel for our Annual Benefit Gala, “Night Scene: The Garden,” a celebration of growth and vision in Asian American writing. This year, we will honor Meena Alexander, Jin Auh, and Jeffrey Yang for their myriad accomplishments in the Asian American literary landscape.
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, in partnership with Kundiman, Kaya Press, and other community partners, hosted its biannual Asian American Literature Festival from August 2nd–4th, bringing a series of excellent readings, workshops, lectures, and salons to the Eaton DC, Library of Congress, and Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Galleries.
Last week to apply to apply for a Fall/Spring internship position!
Kundiman gathered students from around the country at Fordham Law School from July 8th–12th for our second Youth Leadership Intensive, a week full of generative writing, career advising, and lessons on Asian American literature and history!
From June 19th – 23rd, Kundiman hosted its 16th Annual Retreat at Fordham University, where 36 fellows in Poetry and Fiction gathered to laugh, love, and party inbetween bouts of writing.
NBC Asian America did a write-up on our Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon earlier this month!