Virtual Author Talk: Rebecca F. Kuang | May 21


We are thrilled to invite you to a stimulating Virtual Author Talk featuring the esteemed Rebecca F. Kuang! Join us for an engaging conversation on Asian American Representation in Literature, as Rebecca discusses her thought-provoking New York Times bestselling novel, Yellowface.

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Time: 6 PM

Location: Streaming Online

Rebecca F. Kuang, also known as R.F. Kuang, will discuss the themes of diversity, racism, and cultural appropriation explored in Yellowface, along with the intriguing dynamics of social media alienation. You won’t want to miss this enlightening discussion!

In Yellowface, Kuang weaves a gripping tale of ambition, identity, and consequence. Explore the story of June Hayward, who, after witnessing the untimely demise of literary darling Athena Liu, embarks on a daring journey. June’s decision to claim Athena’s unfinished masterpiece as her own sets the stage for a riveting narrative that challenges notions of authorship and cultural heritage.

About the Author: Rebecca F. Kuang is an award-winning author renowned for her Poppy War trilogy and her insightful exploration of Asian American literature. As a Marshall Scholar with a deep academic background in Chinese studies, Rebecca brings a unique perspective to her work, enriching her storytelling with a profound understanding of diaspora and contemporary Chinese culture.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to engage with one of today’s most compelling voices in literature. Register now for what promises to be an enlightening and inspiring event!

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