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Upcoming Literary Mama Events

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Mark your calendars for these upcoming events featuring Literary Mama editors and columnists:

Book Passage (San Francisco); Thursday, August 7th
6:00 pm
San Francisco Ferry Building
Senior Editor Shari MacDonald Strong (The Maternal Is Political: Women Writers at the Intersection of Motherhood & Social Change) and other contributors read from the new anthology.

Book Passage (Corte Madera); Saturday, August 9th 1:00pm
51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera, CA;
Senior Editor Caroline Grant (Mama PhD: Women Write about Motherhood and Academic Life) and Fiction Co-editor Suzanne Kamata (Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs), will be reading from and discussing their new books. Also on hand will be Creative Non-Fiction Co-editor Susan Ito and Catherine Brady, a contributor to Love You to Pieces.

The Open Book; Saturday, August 16th, 2:00pm
110 South Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, SC
Suzanne Kamata will sign copies of Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs.

The Blue Bicycle; Saturday, August 23rd; 2:00-4:00 PM
420 King St., Charleston, SC
Join Amy Hudock, Sonya Huber, Stephanie Hunt, Amy Mercer, Melinda Copp, and Suzanne Kamata for a reading, discussion, and signing.

The Happy Bookseller, Tuesday, August 19th, 7pm
4525 Forest Dr., Columbia, SC
Suzanne Kamata will sign copies of Love You to Pieces.

Decatur Book Festival, August 29-31
Decatur, Georgia

Sonya Huber, Creative Non-Fiction Co-editor of Literary Mama, will discuss her new book Opa Nobody, and Suzanne Kamata will talk about her books Losing Kei and Love You to Pieces.


Suzanne Kamata lives in Shikoku, Japan, with her husband and bi-cultural twins.  She is  the author of the novel Losing Kei ; a short story collection, The Beautiful One Has Come; and editor of three anthologies including Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Mutlicultural Mothering and Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs. She is a former fiction editor for Literary Mama.


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