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This Tuesday, you are specially invited to our final reception and reading of the year, with featured writers flying in, a buffet dinner, and student writers from our newly-published journal. Print copies of the journal are available for free. Tuesday 6-8 in the Faculty Gold Club Lounge; please RSVP at http://a3c.stanford.edu/AAWS soon! Flyer below.

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Bonnie Tsui in SF

an interesting reading.  for those of you with time and in the area. 🙂

http://sf.funcheap.com/2009/08/03/learn-about-history-of-americas-chinatowns-sf/

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whee, okay, so the quarter flew by. and i haven’t been too good with updating this, but here’s the latest news. OT’s end-of-quarter reading, to be held March 13th in the Writing Center. there will be awesome poetry by some awesome students, maybe some prose, and awesome food, so unless you have something better to do (which you don’t!), come join us!

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over ‘n out,

ben-zhen

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Things have been rolling along so fast in the O.T. world that your humble webmaster has not been able to keep up! We just finished our last workshop session of the year (yesterday), and the week before, we were honored by the presence of a special guest, Prof. Shimon Tanaka, who came out and talked with us about the marketing of Asian American fiction and some of the unique decisions that Asian American writers have to make about language, setting, and characterization.

This Friday – we are happy to announce – we will be wrapping up what has been a landmark first year with our Spring Quarter Reading, to be held from 8pm to 10 pm in the A3C Couchroom (on the Third Floor of the Old Union Clubhouse). Please come join us for a program of student-written poetry and prose and a special presentation of the scripts created during our playwriting workshop with the AATP. Light refreshments will follow, courtesy of the English Department.

For more information about the A3C, including directions, please click here.

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Oceanic Tongues is giving a representative reading tonight at the English Department Undergraduate Lounge Opening. Come out and hear us (or bring works of your own to read – there will be an open mic)!

6:00 pm, 3rd floor lounge, Margaret Jacks (Building 460).

Food, performances, open mic, new art on display.

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SOCA’s An Art Affair!

Come visit us tomorrow at SOCA’s “An Art Affair” – a campus arts festival that showcases visual, literary, and performing arts created by students and student groups.  Members Henry and Iris will be reading poetry at the Creative Writing event, to be held at 12 noon in Old Union Courtyard.  You can also catch us tabling throughout the afternoon (from 12 to 3:30).  Stop by and say hi, pick up a calendar of events for the quarter, and help contribute to a public poetry project that we’ll be hosting!

For more information about An Art Affair, please visit SOCA’s web site.

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Winter Quarter Reading

Winter 08 Reading Flyer

Please join us for our Winter Quarter Reading, to be held on
Friday, March 14th at 8:00 PM
in the Hume Writing Center (located in the basement of 460 – Margaret Jacks Hall).

In an approximately 45-minute-long program, workshop members will showcase some of the pieces they have been working on this quarter. Light refreshments will follow.

For questions or concerns, please email our administrator: oceanic.tongues[at]gmail.com
Click here for a map indicating the location of Margaret Jacks Hall.

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