Sunday Salon witnessed the work of over 600 emerging and established writers, poets, and artists to include Pulitzer Prize, Booker Prize, American Book Award winners. Join us.
A literary community built by writers and poets, Sunday Salon is sustained by literary enthusiasts like you. Our mission is to feature emerging and established writers and poets at monthly readings. To share and celebrate marvelous stories, essays, and poetry. To entertain. To inspire.
Sunday Salon has welcomed to the mic:
Pulitzer Prize Winners
mAN bOOKER PRIZE WINNER
american book award Winners
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke
PEN AMERICAN LITERARY award Winners
Crystal Hana Kim
Whiting award Winners
Jeffery Renard Allen
Edward C. Corral
Alice Sola Kim
Phillip B. Williams
Poet, novelist, playwright, and multimedia artist Jessica Hagedorn was raised and lived in the Philippines until she moved to San Francisco in her teens. She is the author of five books, including the novel Dogeaters (1990), finalist for the National Book Award and winner of the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation.
Reese Okyong KwonR.O. Kwon’s nationally bestselling first novel, The Incendiaries, is published by Riverhead (U.S.) and Virago/Little Brown (U.K.), and it is being translated into five languages.
We love our alumni. Come be a part of a special group that reads at Sunday Salon.
Barbara Sueko McGuire
Some people have a theme song or a favorite outfit, Barbara Sueko McGuire has a power print—leopard. Unfortunately, her power print doesn’t seem to magically make forming sentences on a blank page any easier. But
Born in Liverpool in 1966, Niall Griffiths now lives in Wales. His latest novel, Wreckage, has just been released by Graywolf Press. The Daily Telegraph says, “Wreckage is really a remarkable piece of work. In
Alysia Sawchyn is a features editor for “The Rumpus” and currently lives in Northern Virginia. Her essay collection, “A Fish Growing Lungs,” will be published by Burrow Press in June 2020. Her writing has also
Leland Cheuk is the author of three books of fiction, including the novels THE MISADVENTURES OF SULLIVER PONG and most recently, NO GOOD VERY BAD ASIAN, forthcoming from C&R Press in October 2019. His work
Nick Antosca’s writing has appeared in The Barcelona Review, Identity Theory, Nerve.com, The New York Tyrant, The Antietam Review, Hustler, Opium, elimae, and others. His first novel, Fires, was published in 2007 by Impetus Press.
Millicent Muthoni trained as an architect in University of Nairobi. She is a columnist with The Standard. She went through the Crossing Boarders creative writing program and has written two plays, staged at the Kenya
Honor Moore’s most recent collection of poems is Red Shoes (WW Norton). She is the author of The White Blackbird, A Life Of The Painter Margarett Sargent By Her Granddaughter and is at work on
Taylor Antrim is an editor at ForbesLife and a regular contributor to the New York Times and to Vogue. His journalism has appeared in Esquire, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Village Voice, and other publications,
Erica Miguel is a writer living in California. She’s an accomplished tea drinker and dog lover. Despite her love of redwood trees and watching moonrises in the desert, she still has one foot in NYC.