November 12, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
150 Broadway
20th Floor
$10 or free for members


Award winning authors Marie Lee, Jimin Han, and Keetje Kuipers explore the theme of “Small Towns, USA” and read from latest work at the next Pen Parentis Literary Salon on Tuesday November 12th. The general public is welcome to add their voices to the discussion. Columbia MFA graduates, M. M. De Voe and Christina Chiu will moderate this exciting literary event.

Pen Parentis Salons are held in LMHQ’s main event space on the 20th floor of 150 Broadway, three blocks south of Fulton Street. Readings will be followed by a moderated roundtable and book signings. Refreshments are complimentary. The readings will be Livecast on Facebook.com/penparentis, but the discussion will happen in-room only.



In addition, Pen Parentis will present a $1000 check to its newest Pen Parentis Writing Fellow, Anjali Vaidya, who will read her winning story. She is from San Diego, CA, and will be showcased and mentored by Pen Parentis for the next year. The award will be presented by screenwriter/performer Abby Sher, the first Pen Parentis Fellow, from 2010.


All featured writers are also parents. Pen Parentis is a 501c3 literary nonprofit that helps writers stay on creative track after starting a family. There is no admission charge, though a voluntary $10 donation to Pen Parentis is warmly appreciated (waived for those in need and supporting Title Members of Pen Parentis). We thank Poets & Writers and NYSCA for their continued support of these salons.

RSVP is strongly recommended: click here to get tickets. 

Transportation info: 2/3 A/C or 4/5 to Fulton Street; or R/W, E and Path to Cortlandt/WTC.

This PEN PARENTIS LITERARY SALON is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.