CONFERENCES & RESIDENCIES
Kundiman's partner organizations offer our fellows the opportunity to apply for a Kundiman Fellowship to attend their conferences and residencies.
On November 3rd & 10th, we had an expanded Food Writing Intensive with NY Times Critic, Ligaya Mishan!
2019 retreat applications are now open until January 15th!
Facebook is matching donations to Kundiman on November 27 starting at 5 AM PST/8 AM EST! Check out this FAQ to see how you can contribute.
Past Kundiman faculty Sigrid Nunez wins the National Book Award for fiction!
On November 2nd, we celebrated with NYU’s Creative Writing Program Sharon Wang’s debut “Republic of Mercy”, the 2016 Kundiman Poetry Prize Winner, with Franny Choi and Mia Ayumi Malhotra as readers.
Kundiman is accepting applications for spring internships through November 25th!
Congratulations to Sharon Wang on her Tupelo Press publication of Republic of Mercy, winner of the 2016 Kundiman Poetry Prize!
Kundiman’s 15th Anniversary Benefit Gala was truly a night to remember!
For our 15th anniversary, LitHub featured 15 Kundiman writers in "The Newest Wave of Asian American Writers You Should Know."
Rohan Chhetri’s manuscript lost hurt or in transit beautiful has been chosen by Kundiman & Tupelo Press as the winner of our 2018 Poetry Prize!