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Visiting writer/One Book, The Young Women’s Leadership School in Brooklyn The Center for Fiction NY, NY
Visiting lecturer (Skype), University of Rhode Island
Visiting lecturer (Skype), Berea College
Visiting writer/One Book, Symphony Space New York, NY
Visiting writer, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
Visiting writer/One Book, Moss Middle School, Bowling Green, KY
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
Powerhouse, Brooklyn, NY 5:30 - 6:30
Brearley School for Girls, New York, NY
The Storylines Project, The New York Public Library, New York, NY
Westerly Middle School at the Westerly Public Library, Westerly, RI
Cedar Crest College, Multicultural Center, Allentown, PA
New York Historical Society, New York, NY
Friends School, Baltimore, MD
M. Jerry Weiss Center at NJCU, Jersey City, NJ 5 - 7 pm
Reading at Manhattanville College with Elizabeth Eslami and Camille Rankine, Purchase, NY 7 pm
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
Symphony Space, Thalia Kids’ Book Club Camp New York, NY
May 28 - June 1:
Spalding University, BFA. Visiting-Writer-in-Residence. Louisville, KY
Spalding University, MFA in Writing Program. Louisville, KY
Marblehead Highschool Massachusetts
CityLit Fest, Central Library Meyerhoff Children’s Garden (Lower Level) Baltimore, MD. 1 pm
Alice Deal Middle School at the Tenley-Friendship Library Washington, DC 1 pm
Reading at Politics and Prose. Washington, DC 10:30 am
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.
Morehead University Morehead, KY. Craft Talk: 4.30 - 5.30 pm. Reading: 7 pm
Reading, the Wild Fig Bookstore, Lexington, KY 7:30 pm
Panelist. “White Noise,” AFTER 1989: Race After Multiculturalism
CUNY Graduate Center, The Proshansky Auditorium, 365 5th Avenue New York, NY 7 pm
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.
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
The Dalton School New York, NY.
February 16 - 17:
Knox College, Caxton Reader Galesburg, IL.
“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
Reading with Spalding University Faculty, Busboys and Poets, 14th and V Washington D.C. 6-8 pm
AWP: Signing at Sarabande Books table, Washington D.C., 10:30 am
Reading and signing, Scarsdale Public Library, Scarsdale, NY 7:30 pm
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
Reading and signing, Stories Bookstore , Los Angeles, CA 4 pm
Visiting lecturer, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA
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
Reading, Carnegie Center, Lexington, KY, 6:30 pm
Presenter, Kentucky Women’s Book Festival, Louisville, KY
May 24 - 25:
BEA (Book Expo America), New York City, NY
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
Choteau Library, Choteau, Montana
October 3 - 5:
Georgia College, Milledgeville, Georgia
American Book Awards , University of California, Berkeley
Storylines Project, The New York Public Library (Not open to the public.)
RADIO: Live with Jean Dean on Viewpoint WRVC-AM Huntington, West Virginia 9:05 am EST.
University of Maryland, College Park
Reading and discussion. Sponsored by the American Studies and Asian-American Studies Departments, 12:30 - 2 pm
Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD, 6:30 pm
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
RADIO: LIVE, Conversations with Peter Solomon, WIP-AM, CBS Philadelphia, PA, 7 am EST
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
Carmichael’s Bookstore (Frankfort Avenue), Louisville, KY, 4 pm
Neela is available for reading (libraries and bookstores) and teaching engagements (from elementary school to graduate school)