Readings and Appearances for Pachinko
“Writing on Race & Immigration”
A free 1 day class for writers in Queens, sponsored by Newtown Literary Alliance and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Contact: Tim …
Curated by Porochista Khakpour
Intensive Creative Writing Conference: May 9-11, 2018
I will be teaching a 4-day fiction workshop.
June 14-16, 2018
11.30am: Panel/Endurance with Jim Fergus, Shobha Rao, and Min Jin Lee
2.30pm: Panel/Immigration with Lisa Ko, Michel Stone, and Min Jin Lee
Conversation with KL Pereira, author of A DREAM BETWEEN TWO RIVERS: Stories of Liminality and Min Jin Lee, author of PACHINKO, moderated by Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Katie Eelman of Cutlass Press …
Curated and moderated by writer Michele Filgate. Panel on ENVY with Kate Tuttle, Taylor Larsen, Rachel Lyon, and Min Jin Lee. Co-sponsored by Literary Hub.
12PM Korea Center of Greenville, SC: Lunch (ticketed event)
2176 E. Coleman Road, Greer, SC 29650
3PM Fiction Addiction: Reading & Signing (ticketed event)
1175 Woods Crossing Road, …
Hari Kunzru, April Smith, Carrie La Seur, Thomas Mullen, and Min Jin Lee
This is a ticketed event. Please click the link.
The Friends of the Bronxville Public Library (FOBPL) are encouraging book clubs to read Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko, a finalist for the National Book Award, a national bestseller and a New York Times …
In conversation with Cheryl Pearl Sucher and Min Jin Lee about PACHINKO.
Cheryl Pearl Sucher is an American writer who lives between Cranbury, New Jersey and Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. An award-winning …
Live Interview at Trident with Boston’s own Writer’s Bone Co-hosts, Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy. Daniel is the author of SID SANFORD LIVES! and Sean is a screenwriter. For more about them …
Curated by Jee Koh
This event will be held at a private home with an open reading, potluck dinner, and the featured author.
Copies of PACHINKO will be available for sale from the independent …
Series curated by Catherine LaSota.
Reading with Gabe Habash, Joan Silber, and Min Jin Lee.
A Celebration of Korean American Women Authors with Patty Yumi Cottrell, Jimin Han, Yoojin Grace Wuertz, Jung Yun, and Min Jin Lee with Minsoo Kang.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.
Conversation with the brilliant novelist Alexander Chee about PACHINKO at the Cobble Hill independent bookstore, BOOKS ARE MAGIC.
Please join us.
November 18-19, 2017
Sponsored by the National Book Foundation and
The New School’s Creative Writing Program
On the eve of the 2017 National Book Awards Ceremony, The New School hosts a reading with …
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, November 3-5, 2017
Lit Crawl: Saturday
Bill Goldstein, the author of THE WORLD BROKEN IN TWO: Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence, E.M. Forster, and the Year That Changed Literature, in conversation with Min Jin Lee, author …
Authors Karl Geary, Montpelier Parade, in conversation with Min Jin Lee, Pachinko.
Tickets Available on link.
Whether a novel is set in the 1800s or the 2000s, its characters’ attitudes, actions, and behaviors reflect the particular period in history. Writers Jeffrey Renard Allen (Song of the Shank), …
Ancestors: Where Do We Come From and Why Do We Care
I will be moderating a panel featuring Maya Jasanoff, Erna Brodber, Ashleigh Young, and Ali Cobby Eckerman.
Book Break: PACHINKO
In Conversation with Motoko Rich, the Tokyo Bureau Chief of The New York Times.
For Book Break tickets (Conversation & Dinner), please go to: www.fccj.or.jp …
How does the past impact the future? Find out how fiction can explore the impact of intergenerational trauma, and how writing about it may be cathartic.
With Nir Baram, Dr. Sandra Philips, Claire …
Conversation at the Fryer Library with Professor Anna Johnston at 3PM
Conversation at WRIT3000 Creative Writing: Advanced Project with Professor Melissa Fagan at 5pm
Introduced by Ambassador Caroline Kennedy
11:45am-12:30pm PACHINKO with Min Jin Lee.
Chilmark Community Center Campus, Stonewall Tent
12:30-1:00pm Book Signing
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 2017: 3:00PM-3:55PM
Panel Discussion: “Fitting In: Friendship and Identity”
With authors Julie Buntin, Min Jin Lee, Danzy Senna, and Deborah Tannen
A Conversation with Susan L. Shin, Esq.
Co-sponsored by www.originsjournal.com
Introduction by Editor in Chief of Origins, Dini Karasik
In Conversation with Cecilia Kang
Cecilia Kang is a DC-based national correspondent at The …
In Conversation with novelist Eugenia Kim.
Eugenia Kim’s novel, The Calligrapher’s Daughter, won Borders’ Original Voices Award, was a Washington Post Best Historical …
In Conversation with Alex Y. Oh, Esq.
In Conversation with Julianne Pachico, author of THE LUCKY ONES. The conversation chaired by Lena de Casparis, Culture Director of ELLE UK.
A Conversation with Erica Wagner and Min Jin Lee
“Reflections on the East Asian 20th Century”
“The winter following Japan’s invasion of Manchuria was a difficult one. Biting winds …
Asian Pacific American History Month
In Conversation with Theresa Thanjan, Co-Program Lead, Asian Heritage Group Advisory Board and Account Services Manager of IPG, Center for Marketing Intelligence …
In Conversation with Melanie Priddy, Senior Director of Diversity & Professional Development
In Conversation with Deb Kopinski.
Debbie Kopinski lived in Japan for 14 years, as a teacher of English at colleges and language schools. Her main passion is ikebana, having just received her Riji …
Literary Quest: Tenement Museum Edition: Festival audiences are invited to readings in the apartments of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, with Laurie Anderson, Teju Cole, Jennifer Egan, Vivian …
A Celebration of Asian Pacific American History Month:
A Conversation with Carlos Monteagudo, Executive Director and Recruiting Manager of JP Morgan.
Sponsored by the ASPIRE Business Resource …
Min Jin Lee will be a bookseller for a day at Papercuts JP to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day 2017. Drink, snag swag and hang out with Kate, Katie and Min (who may go by the name Kat that …
In Conversation with Dr. Shinhee Han. Introduced by Hali Lee, the Founder and Executive Director of AWGC.
The event is $20.00 at the door for the benefit of the Asian Women’s Giving …
A discussion featuring Min Jin Lee, the author of Pachinko and Simon Winchester that examines how writers are humanizing the experience of immigration.
This is a #OneBookNY Event at NYPL. …
A Reading to support the literacy nonprofit Behind the Book.
Behind the Book is a small literacy nonprofit that gets kids excited about reading by connecting them with contemporary writers and …
In Conversation with Jeannette Watson Sanger, former proprietor of Books & Co and Lenox Hill Bookstore; Trustee of the New York Society Library and a Director of the New York Open Center; and …
In Conversation with Nancy Burns-Fusaro of the Westerly Sun
(This event is the new rescheduled date after the Feb date was canceled due to a snow storm.)
A Conversation with Leena Kim
Leena Kim is an Assistant Editor at Town & Country, the oldest continually published magazine in America, where she covers the arts, culture, travel, weddings, and …
Women of Letters is everyone’s favorite literary salon!
Every month, New York’s best and brightest women come together on stage to celebrate the lost art of letter writing. Expect laughter, tears, …
Conversation with Adam Lerner, Chief Animator of Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Pachinko is Tattered Cover’s February Autographed Book Club Selection.
Part Literary event, part comedy show, part game show, Literary Death Match brings together four of today’s finest writers to compete in an edge-of-your-seat read-off critiqued by three …
Featuring authors Anita Shreve, Karen Dionne, Elizabeth Kostova, Joshilyn Jackson, and Min Jin Lee
Sponsored by United for Libraries
Hachette Book Group’s 5th Annual Book Club Brunch
A Day for Readers, featuring: Jane Hamilton, Robert Hicks, Bowyn Ivey, Julissa Arce, Amy Dickinson, D. Watkins, Beth Macy and Min Jin …
NEIBA Author Breakfast
With authors Francine Prose, Mark Slouka, Sabaa Tahir and Min Jin Lee
Impressions of this seminal Korean story by Minsoo Kang, Marie G. Lee and Min Jin Lee
Korean Community Center Gala
Keynote Address by Min Jin Lee: “The Power of My Mother’s and Father’s Stories”
February 25, 2016, THURSDAY at 4pm A Public Dialogue with Professor Matthew Jacobson and Novelist Min Jin Lee Sponsored by the Ethnicity, Race and Migration Program at Yale University
19th Annual National Conference on Law and Public Policy: Harvard Law School APALSA FEBRUARY 23, 2013, Saturday.
Politics & Government Panel 2.30 Wasserstein Hall, Harvard Law School
Hear from the author who brought you FEAR OF FLYING, whose latest compilation of essays by contributors like Gail Collins, Liz Smith, and Min Jin Lee, tackle the ever so elusive question: What do …
MAY 19, 2010, WEDNESDAY
Lecture, Min Jin Lee, author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES and columnist of THE CHOSUN ILBO Hosted by Professor Fukuko Kobayashi
KOREAN LITERATURE TRANSLATION INSTITUTE: Seoul International Writers’ Conference Wonderspace, House of Literature, Seoul, South Korea
Fiction Public Reading on Monday, May 10, 2010: 2.30pm Kim Ae-ran …
The Korean Association for Feminist Studies in English Literature (KAFSEL) and The Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas (MESEA) International Conference: WOMEN, DISPLACEMENT AND …
ASIAN AMERICAN AND ASIAN: Writing as Both or Either while Living in Japan
A Conversation with Min Jin Lee, Author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES and Yuko Matsukawa, Professor of English at Seijo …
Sunday, March 22nd “Late Bloomer or Freedom From Failure” Min Jin Lee, author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES in conversation with writer Andrew Yang
2PM M on the Bund For Ticket Information: …
Saturday, 14 March at 12:30pm (at M) M Literary Lunch: Free Food for Millionaires—Min Jin Lee exquisitely evokes what it’s like to be an immigrant, and more specifically the child of immigrants. As …
A LUNCHEON TO BENEFIT HANDS ON TOKYO
Min Jin Lee, author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES
12:00PM Voie Lactee, Tomo Museum 10,000 Yen, Three-course luncheon RSVP: …
October 22: 2PM-3.30PM
“Women’s Lives Mirrored in Literature” Professor Julie Choi, Moderator Authors: Fatima Bhutto, Espido Freire and Min Jin Lee
7PM Greater Richmond Convention Center Dan Ariely, PREDICTABLY IRRATIONAL: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions Rick Bragg, THE PRINCE OF FROGTOWN Joanne Harris, THE GIRL WITH NO SHADOW Ellie …
Reading and Q&A 7PM
1256 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138
Naomi Epel Invites You to An Asian Fusion Feast with Author Min Jin Lee
April 30, 2008 6.30PM PONZU RESTAURANT 415 775 7979 www.ponzurestaurant.com 401 Taylor Street San Francisco Cost: $95 per …
Reading and Q&A 7PM
3515 California Street Laurel Village, San Francisco
FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES is a BOOKS INC. FIRST FICTION BOOK CLUB selection.
Reading and Q&A 7:30PM
7812 Girard Avenue La Jolla, CA 92037 firstname.lastname@example.org
A conversation with Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Professor English and Director of the Program in American Studies, Stanford University and Min Jin Lee
STANFORD BOOKSTORE 5.15pm
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE …
A Conversation with Professor Dionne Bennett and Min Jin Lee Department of African American Studies
“WOMEN OF COLOR: FAITH, FRIENDSHIP and CREATIVE EXPRESSION” 5:30PM
Loyola Marymount University …
Reading and Q&A 6PM
ALABAMA BOOKSMITH 2626 19th Place Homewood, AL 35209
A Conversation with Andrew Getman and Min Jin Lee about FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES. Reading and Q&A Curated by Tony Ritchie 7PM
OLSSON’S BOOKS & RECORDS 1307 19th Street NW Washington, DC …
ELM STREET BOOKS at THE NEW CANAAN LIBRARY 151 Main Street 7.30PM
Please note that both the date and venue have been changed.
Immigrant Heritage Week 2008
April 15, Tuesday 4PM
“On Becoming a Novelist: Writing FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES” The International Immigrants Foundation The Immigrant’s Building 7 West 44th St. 2nd …
Upstairs at the Square hosted by KATHERINE LANPHER with musical guest, Mike Doughty and Min Jin Lee
Barnes & Nobles, Union Square, New York, New York 33 East 17th St.
Friday, March 28, 2008 Social Hall at Union Theological Seminary 3041 Broadway at 121st St.
2:00PM-8PM FEAR OF FLYING by Erica Jong: A Retrospective Consideration with Marianne Hirsch, Director of …
Book Club: FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES Host: Ellen Blau
Book Club: FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES Host: Jean Hanff Korelitz, Author of THE WHITE ROSE, A JURY OF HER PEERS, and SABBATHDAY RIVER 8PM
WRITERS RESPOND TO READERS 2008 Tattered Cover Bookstore (Historic LoDo)
Saturday, 9AM-5PM Tahmima Anam, A GOLDEN AGE Samantha Hunt, THE INVENTION OF EVERYTHING ELSE Heidi Julavits, THE USES OF …
New Novelists Forum Curated by Jeannette Watson Sanger and moderated by Jackie Weld Drake James Collins, Author of BEGINNER’S GREEK and Min Jin Lee, Author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES
PRIVATE EVENT …
Korean American Community Foundation and the Asian Women’s Giving Circle sponsor: A Public Conversation with Kyung Yoon and Min Jin Lee about FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES
Reading and Q&A with Min Jin Lee, author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES With Yoonmee Chang, Assistant Professor of English, George Mason University Reception 5.30-6.30PM Program: 6.30PM
Asian American Cultural Center slAAM! Book Club Reading and Q&A with Min Jin Lee
venue: University of Connecticut Co-Op Book Store TIME: 4.30PM Public Event
Dinner with the Author at Buttonwood Books
Reservations and Tickets are required. A light dinner (wraps), wine/soft drink, dessert and coffee will be served. $7 per person.
Please call Buttonwood to …
Asia Society of Northern California and Green Apple Books: Meet the Author
Asia Society of Northern California Conference Room 500 Washington St. (at Sansome) San Francisco, CA
Registration: 5:30PM …
The PAGE Series at The National Arts Club (Hosted by Fran Gordon and Wah-Ming Chang) Helena Maria Viramontes, Manuel Munoz and Min Jin Lee
Please note that THIS EVENT IS AT 7PM and not at 7.30 as …
May 31-June 3
Saturday, June 2, Author Signing 11AM Tantor Audio Booth No. 2268
Sunday, June 3, Author Signing 11AM Grand Central Publishing/Hachette Book Group USA Booth
Meet the Author : Min Jin Lee: Free Food For Millionaires
Conversation with Harold Augenbraum, Executive Director of the National Book Foundation
Auditorium, Asia Society and Museum, 725 Park Ave, …