SATURDAY, JULY 19 FROM 2-4 PM
The Haiku Study Group of Southern California is devoted to studying, writing, and sharing haiku in English. There is no membership fee and beginners are always welcome. Group meets in the serene Blue Room at USC Pacific Asia Museum. Save the date Sunday, August 24 for the Haiku Study Group-sponsored Authors on Asia appearance by poet Richard Gilbert who will discuss his book The Disjunctive Dragonfly, a New Approach to English-Language Haiku.
SUNDAY, JULY 20 AT 2 PM
AUTHORS ON ASIA
BOOK SIGNING AND DISCUSSION
Zen Spaces & Neon Places: Reflections on Japanese Architecture and Urbanism by Vinayak Bharne
Moving across Japanese history in time and space–from its ancient Shinto beginnings to its largest recorded earthquake, and from the spiritual calm of Ise and Ryoanji to the psychedelic consumerism of Shinjuku and Ginza–the book catches all of the dimensions and sensations of the Japanese built environment.
Books will be available for purchase and signing. Light refreshments.
RSVP to email@example.com or to the Museum Store, 626.449.2742, ext. 20.
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