[VIRTUAL] A Conversation with A. Kendra Greene and Fowzia Karimi
In partnership with The Dallas Institute and The Dallas Morning News, PEN America Dallas/Fort Worth is excited to host a conversation with A. Kendra Greene and Fowzia Karimi on Tuesday, October 27 at 6pm CT.
This event is the third in a three-part series, where six prominent writers engage in candid conversation through a variety of mediums about the issues that matter most to us in this historical moment and how public discourse, stories, and images influence what we aspire to achieve in the realm of action.
Please register in advance for the event here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about attending the event.
A. Kendra Greene is the author and illustrator of The Museum of Whales You Will Never See. Her artist’s books are held in collections as far away as Qatar, but her zines can be found locally in the White Rock Zine Machine. She has been a Fulbright grantee, the Dallas Museum of Art writer in residence, and a Harvard Library Innovation Lab fellow. At present, she serves as visiting assistant professor at UT Dallas, associate editor at Southwest Review, and guest artist at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Recent essays have appeared or are forthcoming in The Guardian, Zzyzyva, The Common, Atlas Obscura, and The Wall Street Journal.
Fowzia Karimi is a writer and an illustrator. Her work explores the correspondence on the page between the written and the visual arts. Her illuminated debut novel, Above Us the Milky Way, was released in April 2020. She is a recipient of The Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award, and has illustrated The Brick House by Micheline Aharonian Marcom and Vagrants & Uncom-mon Visitors by A. Kendra Greene. She lives in Texas.