neela vaswani

 

Hey there, I’m Ahmir Miller. I’m an actor working and living in W. Hollywood.

 

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2014

October 30:

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Visiting writer/One Book, The Young Women’s Leadership School in Brooklyn The Center for Fiction NY, NY

October 28:

Visiting lecturer (Skype), University of Rhode Island

September 4:

Visiting lecturer (Skype), Berea College

July 31:

Visiting writer/One Book, Symphony Space   New York, NY

July 11:

Panelist, Kweli: Annual Writers Conference, DUMBO Sky   Brooklyn, NY

February 28:

Panelist, “Place and Ethnicity in Literary Nonfiction,” AWP Conference    Seattle, WA


2013

November 22:

Visiting writer, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY

November 22:

Visiting writer/One Book, Moss Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

November 19:

Visiting writer/One Book, Shelby County Public High School  Shelbyville, KY

June 24 - 28:

Master Class, Manhattanville College, Summer Writers’ Week, 30th Annual. Purchase, NY

May 23 – June 1:

Residency, Spalding University’s MFA in Writing Program, Louisville, KY

May 14:

Visiting writer/One Book, Allen Stevenson School  NY, NY

May 1:

Powerhouse, Brooklyn, NY 5:30 - 6:30

February 7:

Brearley School for Girls, New York, NY


2012

December 13:

The Storylines Project, The New York Public Library, New York, NY

November 13:

Westerly Middle School at the Westerly Public Library, Westerly, RI

November 9:

Cedar Crest College, Multicultural Center, Allentown, PA

November 4:

New York Historical Society, New York, NY

October 26:

Friends School, Baltimore, MD

October 23:

M. Jerry Weiss Center at NJCU, Jersey City, NJ 5 - 7 pm

October 1:

Reading at Manhattanville College with Elizabeth Eslami and Camille Rankine, Purchase, NY 7 pm

August 11:

Queens Museum of Art Opening reception: 15 Years of the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective, 3 - 6 pm

(Exhibit runs through October 7) New York, NY

July 24:

Symphony Space, Thalia Kids’ Book Club Camp New York, NY

May 28 - June 1:

Spalding University, BFA.  Visiting-Writer-in-Residence.  Louisville, KY

May 18-27:

Spalding University, MFA in Writing Program.  Louisville, KY

April 26:

Marblehead Highschool  Massachusetts

April 14:

CityLit Fest, Central Library  Meyerhoff Children’s Garden (Lower Level) Baltimore, MD. 1 pm

April 13: 

Alice Deal Middle School at the Tenley-Friendship Library Washington, DC 1 pm

April 13:

Reading at Politics and Prose. Washington, DC 10:30 am

April 12:

Reading/Fundraiser luncheon for the Wayne County Library to be held at Hotel Wayne. Honesdale, PA. Luncheon starts at 12 pm.

March 28 - 29:

SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY. Reading: March 28. 5 pm.

March 14:

Morehead University  Morehead, KY. Craft Talk: 4.30 - 5.30 pm. Reading: 7 pm

March 13:

Reading, the Wild Fig Bookstore, Lexington, KY 7:30 pm

March 8:

Panelist. “White Noise,” AFTER 1989: Race After Multiculturalism

CUNY Graduate Center, The Proshansky Auditorium, 365 5th Avenue New York, NY 7 pm

March 4:

Featured author on KDVS, University of California, Davis. Justin Desmangles’radio show: “Interviews with contemporary authors of Afroamerican literature.” Tune in: 5 pm, PST.  8 pm, EST.

February 27:

Gallery MC, Multi-media book launch for SAME SUN HERE  Featuring composer Milica Paranosic, filmmaker Carmen Kordas, and Composers Concordance. New York, NY 7 pm

February 21:

The Dalton School  New York, NY.

February 16 - 17:

Knox College, Caxton Reader Galesburg, IL.

February 2:

“Off the Beaten Path” at the Asian American Writer’s Workshop. With Sabina Murray and Alice Albinia. Reading and panel discussion. New York, NY 7pm

January 20 - 22:

ALA/Mid-Winter Conference Dallas, TX

January 18 - 19:

ABA/Mid-Winter Conference, New Orleans, LA

2011


February 4:

Reading with Spalding University Faculty, Busboys and Poets, 14th and V Washington D.C.  6-8 pm

February 5:

AWP: Signing at Sarabande Books table, Washington D.C., 10:30 am

March 17:

Reading and signing, Scarsdale Public Library, Scarsdale, NY 7:30 pm

March 31:

Poison Pen Series, Reading with Rick Bass, Houston, TX, 8:30 pm

March 31 - April 1:

HCC Central College, Houston, TX

April 7 - 8:

Friends School of Baltimore, Visiting Scholar Program, Baltimore, MD

April 17:

Reading and signing, Stories Bookstore , Los Angeles, CA 4 pm

April 19:

Visiting lecturer, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA

May 13:

Live interview with Katerina Stoykova-Klemer on “Accents: A Radio Show for Literature, Arts, and Culture.”  WRFL, 88.1 FM.  Lexington, KY, 2 - 3 pm

May 18:

Reading, Carnegie Center, Lexington, KY, 6:30 pm

May 21:

Presenter, Kentucky Women’s Book Festival, Louisville, KY

May 24 - 25:

BEA (Book Expo America), New York City, NY

June 22:

Reading, Big Blue Marble Bookstore, Philadelphia, PA. Also featured in Women of the World Book Club 7 pm

July 1 - 2:

Reading/lecture, Vermont College, MFA in Writing Program , Montpelier, Vermont

August 5:

Choteau Library, Choteau, Montana

October 3 - 5:

Georgia College, Milledgeville, Georgia

October 16:

American Book Awards , University of California, Berkeley

November 17:

Storylines Project, The New York Public Library (Not open to the public.)

December 1:

Brandeis University

 

2010


September 14:

RADIO: Live with Jean Dean on Viewpoint WRVC-AM Huntington, West Virginia  9:05 am EST.

September 22:

University of Maryland, College Park

Reading and discussion.  Sponsored by the American Studies and Asian-American Studies Departments, 12:30 - 2 pm

September 22:

Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD, 6:30 pm

October 9:

92nd Street Y (Tribeca) A multi-media book launch of You Have Given Me a Country with VIA (VisionIntoArt). 

Featuring new work by composers Paola Prestini and Milica Paranosic, and visual artist Carmen Kordas.  Special musical guests: Lori Cotler, Glen Velez, and Andre DeQuadros. $12 in advance.  $15 day of show. New York City, NY 8 pm

October 17:

RADIO: LIVE, Conversations with Peter Solomon, WIP-AM, CBS Philadelphia, PA, 7 am EST

October 19:

Skidmore College, Davis Auditorium Saratoga Springs, NY 8 pm Sponsored by the English Department, Intercultural Studies, the First-Year Experience, American Studies, Gender Studies, and the Office of Student Diversity Programs

November 3 - 4:

DeSales University, Multicultural Life Series, 7 pm

November 12 - 21:

Spalding University, MFA in Writing Program Residency, Reading: NOVEMBER 15, “Celebration of Recently Published Books” 5:30 - 6:45 pm

November 21:

Carmichael’s Bookstore (Frankfort Avenue), Louisville, KY, 4 pm

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Neela is available for reading (libraries and bookstores) and teaching engagements (from elementary school to graduate school)

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