Stonington Gallery in Pioneer Square in Seattle recently hosted the book launch reception for the new book by Gyasi Ross, How to Say I Love You in Indian.
Gyasi Ross signs his new book
Guests picked up copies of both Gyasi’s books. T-shirts promoting the new book were also very popular.
Guests mingled and enjoy fabulous food and wine.
The author regaled the attendees with a poem and his charm and wit.
Gyasi talks about his latest articles with host Marc Steiner on WEAA-FM in Baltimore. Listen to the show here.
Here is a review by Urban Native Magazine of the new book by Gyasi Ross.
Author Gyasi Ross will discuss his new book How to Say I Love You in Indian on December 14 from 7 to 9pm at the American Indian Community House at 134 W. 29th St. 4th Floor, New York City. Don’t miss it!
Gyasi will be a guest on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson. The “What’s In a Name: The Saga of An All-American Slur” episode is set to air live on 11/21 at 11:30am ET. On demand episodes are available at www.blogtalkradio.com/robinsonsroundtable.
UPDATE: You can listen to this great show here.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
12:30-2pm UC Berkeley Multicultural Center on Bancroft Way (Free and open to public)
6:30-8pm Film, Food and Philosophy (Conversation on diverse issues) at AfroHouse Co-op at Cal, 2347 Prospect St, Berkeley, CA ($5- $10 donation suggested
Thursday November 7th
8:ooam Interview with Andre Soto on “Morning Mix” on KPFA, 94.9 FM
Friday, November 9
7:00pm American Indian Film Festival screening of short film Universal VIP based on a story from Don’t Know Much About Indians (but i wrote this book about us anyways). Gyasi also co-directed and co-executive produced the film.
An insightful contribution to the ongoing debate, even though author Gyasi Ross doesn’t have this issue on his list of priorities.