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The Stories of NYC: Identity and Kinship Among the Asian Diaspora in New York City with Miriam Tuliao

Three Sessions Mondays, 6:00 pm EDT - 7:30 pm EDT April 29 to June 10, 2024

Online via Zoom

The ‘With Books’ option includes all titles required for this group at an additional 10% discount from our Bookstore.

Meeting Dates:
4/29, 5/20, 6/10
Online via Zoom

In recognition of the 400th anniversary of the establishment of New York City in 1624, we’re exploring The Stories of NYC.

This group will read and discuss three contemporary stories by Asian diasporic writers. Set in a diverse range of neighborhoods from Manhattan’s Chinatown and the West Village to the sunny backyards of Corona, Queens, these novels explore themes of cultural identity, home, kinship, creativity, and faith.

Please read Activities of Daily Living for our first class.

What to expect from this reading group: This reading group will be conversational and participant-driven with the instructor facilitating the discussion.


Led by

  • Miriam Tuliao

    Miriam Tuliao

    Miriam Tuliao

    Miriam Tuliao is a New York Public Library veteran, an adjunct library science lecturer, and a senior marketing manager at Penguin Random House. She is a member of Women’s Media Group and the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association.