The Tamejavi Cultural Organizing Fellowship Program will be hosting pioneer Laotian American writer, Bryan Thao Worra, this Friday, April 28th for a reading and discussion on Southeast Asian American writing. The purpose is to bring Southeast Asian American communities in the Fresno together for a night of discussion about how we envision our future using the culture and arts. Bryan Thao Wore is an award-winning Laotian American writer who holds over 20 awards including an NEA Fellowship in Literature.
He was a Cultural Olympia representing Laos during the 2012 London Summer Games. The author of 6 books, his work appears internationally including Australia, Canada, Scotland, Germany, France, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Korea, and Pakistan. He is the president of the international Science Fiction Poetry Association with over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit field.
This event was supported by the American Friends Service Committee and the Holistic Cultural and Education Wellness Center.
Date: Friday, April 28, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (doors open at 5:30 pm)
Location: Holistic Cultural and Education Wellness Center at
4867 E Kings Canyon Rd. Fresno, California 93727
Refreshment will be served. Local authors will have their books available (please bring cash if you are interested in purchasing local literary works)