June 21: Big Island Stories

MIA June 2018 Flyer

Join us as four Hawai’i storytellers
share new perspectives and literature from the Big Island.

Essays – Fiction – Storytelling – Photo Documentary – Q&A

Free event. Suggested $5 donation for Puna relief efforts.

All ages. Bring ID.
7-9pm Thursday, June 21, 2018
The Manifest
32 N. Hotel Street
Honolulu, HI 96817

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Mixing Innovative Arts Survey

WE WANT YOUR FEEDBACK!

MIAPIC
It would be wonderful if you could fill out this really simple, short survey about your experience with M.I.A. and the literary community in Honolulu. (Anonymous) answers will be used in a panel at the AWP conference in Seattle, Washington. We thank you for your time!

CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE SURVEY

Call & Response: Collaborative Event with the Hawaiʻi Review

Does it get any more meta? Mixing Innovative Arts is collaborating with Hawaiʻi Review to launch Issue # 79 of the journal’s “Call & Response” theme, which focuses on collaborative works. Get your copy of the brand spankin’ new journal on Monday, February 17th at the reading. Same time (7:30PM), same place (Fresh Cafe’s Loft in Space at 831 Queen St. in Kakaako). As usual, dynamic work is a promise.

Hawaii Review and MIA event

Stuff Yo’ Face

Don’t go lit-hungry this November!

Bamboo Ridge Press and Mixing Innovative Arts are hosting our “Give Thanks for Literature” event, which will leave your stomach grumbling for more.

Catch these fab performers:

Andy Godefroy, educator & writer 
Joesph Han, fiction writer & graduate student at UH Manoa 
Gail N. Harada, educator & novelist 
Wing Tek Lum, poet & businessman 

YUM.

 

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