Virtual Craft Happy Hour with Mathangi Subramanian

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Pop open a drink and join us for a FREE VIDEO CHAT about the craft of writing!

We’re joined by novelist Mathangi Subramanian (A People’s History of Heaven) to talk about the craft of fiction, novel writing, and the journey of a debut novelist. Mathangi will be in conversation with Zach Powers, author of the novel First Cosmic Velocity and Director of Communications at The Writer’s Center.

FREE and open to the public, all times Eastern. Limited space.

RSVP below, and you’ll receive an email on or before August 6 with instructions for joining the chat via our video conferencing platform, Zoom.

We encourage you to order a copy of the book, or whatever your next read might be, from out friends at East City Bookshop to support local booksellers during the lockdown. Shipping available! Order now »

Mathangi SubramanianMathangi Subramanian, Ed.D., is an Indian American writer and educator. Her novel A People’s History of Heaven was longlisted for the PEN/Faulkner Award and the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize, and is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. Her middle grades book Dear Mrs. Naidu won the South Asia Book Award. Her personal essays and nonfiction have appeared in The Washington Post, Ms. Magazine, Zora Magazine, and Al Jazeera America, among others. She holds a doctorate in education from Columbia Teachers College and lives on the west coast with her husband and daughter.


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