Join Jaymee Goh for Asian Diaspora: How Colonization and Migration Changes Cuisine

Acclaimed writer, reviewer, editor, and essayist Jaymee Goh alongside fellow acclaimed authors Aliette de Bodard, Nibedita Sen, Michi Trota, and Anya Ow engage in fun discussion on food and culture on October 10, 9AM CT.

Food, sharing, cooking and eating is such an important part of many cultures – including survival, family, a sense of place. With over 60% of the world’s population, and a longer history of migration, colonization, empire – food has changed significantly as people have moved.

Join us for a brief foray with a diverse team of Asian authors with opinions about cooking, colonization, migration.

This panel will be livestreamed to YouTube on the 10th. To watch the event live (with the opportunity to ask questions!) or to get early access to the recording, make a donation by purchasing a ticket. All proceeds go to the Carl Brandon Society and support our major programs, including the Octavia E. Butler Scholarship for writers of color attending the Clarion and Clarion West writing workshops.

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