asian pacific american book festival

This weekend in Los Angeles, Asian Pacific American Legal Center presents the inaugural Asian Pacific American Book Festival, featuring multiple panels, readings, performances, workshops, signings and vendors, all celebrating and exploring this year's theme of "family." It all happens this Saturday, May 12th at the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo, 11:00am-4:00pm. The APALC website says, "Come to this all-day celebration of stories which will transform your life!" That's a bold claim. But hey, come to the festival, and maybe your life will be transformed.

I'll be participating in the panel "Angry Families and Giant Robots: New Generations Redefine American Pop Culture," along with Lela Lee of Angry Little Girls and Martin Wong and Eric Nakamura of Giant Robot, and moderated by Alison De La Cruz. Should be a pretty fun time. That's happening at 2:30pm at the Democracy Forum. See you there!

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