DATE: 7th Sept, 2022
TIME: 19:00 (Amsterdam & Paris) / 18:00 (London & Lagos) / 13:00 (New York & Nassau)
Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant
Curtis Chin is a Writer/Producer/Director/Activist and a co-founder of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. His memoir “Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant” about growing up Asian American in the Black and white city of Detroit, and coming out in his working-class immigrant community, was recently sold to Little Brown and is due to be published in Autumn 2023.
Join Curtis Chin for a 1-hour conversation online with host, Derville Quigley. Hear about his publishing journey to date, from initial pitch through to final draft, how he found an agent, sold his memoir to a leading publisher, and crafted a highly personal story into a universally relevant page turner.
Discover what makes a winning memoir proposal, how to gather endorsements and ensure your book finds its audience.
About Curtis Chin
Curtis is no stranger to online critique groups and has hosted the Strange Birds memoir group, The Phoenixes. A graduate of the undergraduate creative program at the University of Michigan, and recipient of multiple awards and fellowships from ABC/Disney Television, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Curtis’ documentaries have screened the world over.
Learn how he has utilised his career contacts and vast global network to build an audience for what we hope will be one of next years’ bestsellers.
This event will take place online via Zoom. Register your interest via the button link below and you will be provided with links to join all Writers Flock online events at least one hour before each event starts. This event will be recorded and followed directly by a Craft Talk with Hollie McNish using the same link.