Trailblazing Women Writers Series: AMY TAN Online
Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, PBS Books will host trailblazing author Amy Tan in conversation with actress Tamlyn Tomita on Thursday, May 6 at 8 PM ET .
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Engage with trailblazing author Amy Tan in conversation with actress Tamlyn Tomita on May 6 at 8pm ET.
About the Author: The daughter of Chinese immigrants, Amy Tan rejected her mother’s career expectations and chose to write fiction instead, resulting in her becoming a New York Times best-selling author. In addition to adult fiction, Tan has written two memoirs, two children’s books, numerous magazine articles, a libretto, screenplays, and more.
About the Moderator: The conversation will be led by actress and activist Tamlyn
Tomita, who is best known for her role in Karate Kid II and The Joy Luck Club, as well
as her narration of the PBS series, Asian Americans, produced by the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) and WETA.
This event is made possible through the SJR State Library's partnership with PBS through its National Library Engagement Program.
Related LibGuide: May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by Dr. Christina Will