Reading with Jade Chang, Michael Lavigne, Jordan Fisher Smith, Frances Stroh, and Naomi Williams, to benefit the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley.
Tickets can be purchased here:
UC Riverside's Department of Creative Writing holds their 40th Annual Writers Week from February 14 - February 16. Jade will read at 3:30 on 2/14.
Free to the public. For more information: http://bit.ly/2lDPLF1
Support your local independent bookstore and get your holiday shopping done with Indies First on Small Business Shopping Day! Jade will be behind the counter at Pages: A Bookstore, recommending titles! (And The Wangs vs. the World makes a great holiday gift, too!)
Support your local independent bookstore and get your holiday shopping done with Indies First on Small Business Shopping Day! Jade will be behind the counter at Book Soup, recommending titles! (And The Wangs vs. the World makes a great holiday gift, too!)
The Capitol region’s premiere holiday book event is back for the 39th year! The National Press Club Journalism Institute is once again partnering with landmark local book seller Politics & Prose for a night of pols, pundits and prose.
Authors will be on hand to talk to their fans and sign books at this most exciting literary event.
The Book Fair is partnering with The SEED Foundation, which helps under-served students prepare for college. The young scholars attend one of two public boarding schools in the District and Maryland. The students select books they believe would enrich their education and patrons can buy them at the fair to help develop the Baltimore SEED School library. A group of students from the SEED school attend the event each year, giving them a chance to meet with authors and attendees.
Jade will be appearing in two sessions at Book Riot Live:
10:45 - 11:35 AM: Live Recording—Get Booked with Jade Chang
Get Booked is a weekly show of custom book recommendations. Join us for a special live episode with guest author Jade Chang!
3:45: 4:35: If We're Not Laughing, We're Crying
Sometimes the funniest material can come out of the darkest places. Join these writers and storytellers for a discussion on using humor to address serious issues — laughs guaranteed.
With Chris Edwards, Tara Clancy, and Jackson Bird (moderator).
Ticket info here: http://bookriotlive.com/attend/
Sometimes the only way to feel at home again is to hit the road. But what happens when part of your luggage includes family? In their new novels, Jade Chang (The Wangs Vs. the World) and Rufi Thorpe (Dear Fang) examine two different families who strike out for new surroundings in order to come to terms with their pasts.
Moderator: Brittani Sonnenberg
More info here.
Barnes & Noble’s Discover Great New Writers program spotlights debut and breakout authors fans of exciting new literature absolutely should not miss. Join three of this year’s B&N Discover authors, Jade Chang (Wangs Versus the World), Belle Boggs (The Art of Waiting) and Yaa Gyasi (Homegoing) as they discuss their new books, all of which circle around issues of family, legacy and inheritance.
More info here.
Panel at Wordstock, Portland's literary festival, with Adam Haslett and Gina Ochsner, moderated by John Freeman.
More info: http://www.literary-arts.org/event/skeletons-in-the-closet-family-secrets/
Jade Chang in conversation with LA Times Books Editor Carolyn Kellogg as part of the Live Talks LA Newer Voices Series.
Carolyn Kellogg is book editor of the Los Angeles Times. She is a recipient of the paper’s editorial award and she is a vice president of the board of the National Book Critics Circle. Kellogg has served as editor of LAist.com, web editor of Marketplace and has been widely published. She has an MFA in creative writing and a bachelor’s degree from USC.
General admission tickets are free.
Reserved section + book: $30
2 reserved seats + book: $35
RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-jade-chang-tickets-28686474016
Women humorists invade the former Purple Onion comedy club and rock the rafters. Featuring novelist Jade Chang (The Wangs vs. the World), comedian Caitlin Gill (Crabapples), and writer/performer Beth Lisick (Porchlight, Yokohama Threeway). Hosted by Audible's Kelly Anneken. Ticket info.