South Asian Women’s Creative Collective’s literary festival

November 30-December 1, 2012 in New York City.
Storytelling and creative processes have undergone a revolution in the
digital age. We dip in and out of different forms of media, borrow from
each other every day, and create completely new forms of communication and
expression. Inspired by these shifts, SAWCC presents *Creative Commons*, a
two-day transmedia literary festival featuring authors, comedians,
filmmakers, and other storytellers writing at the intersection of
literature, media, and performance. This year’s festival features readings
from *Tania James <>* (*Aerogrammes and Other Stories*)
and  *Keshni Kashyap <>* (*Tina’s Mouth: **An
Existential Comic Diary*); talks, panels, and workshops on comedic writing,
technology and literature, film and screenwriting, and performing work; and
a mixtape reading by SAWCC writers!

All events take place in NYC and are open to the public. Please visit the
website <> for
full info and list of events!
If you would like to RSVP, check out the festival on
For questions about the festival or more information, please email* ** <>*

Janet Clarke

Janet Clarke

Associate Dean, Research & User Engagement at Stony Brook University Libraries
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