'Narrative Storytelling, Writing & Polyculturalism' by Dr. Stephanie HanSeptember 7, 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Mānoa Campus, ARCH 101A
Award-winning author Stephanie Han will give a talk on the art of narrative storytelling, the writing life, and polyculturalism. This will be followed by a reading of 'Swimming in Hong Kong' and a question and answer session.
Stephanie Han’s short story collection "Swimming in Hong Kong" (Willow Springs Books) won the Paterson Fiction prize, and was the sole finalist for both the AWP Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction and the Spokane Prize. Individual stories won recognition from Nimrod International Literary Journal, Santa Fe Writer’s Project, and the South China Post.
Stephanie Han is the very first English literature PhD from City University of Hong Kong, and received grants and fellowships from the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, PEN West, and VONA. She divides her time between Mui Wo, Lantau, Hong Kong and Honolulu, Hawaii, home of her family since 1904.
"Swimming in Hong Kong" is available at the UH Bookstore at 10% discount for this event.
Free and Open to the Public / Seats are limited
Academy for Creative Media, Mānoa Campus
George Chun Han Wang, (808) 956-0753, https://www.stephaniehan.com/publications/