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2021/22 Portland Arts & Lectures: Cathy Park Hong

Thu, January 27 from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm PST
1037 SW Broadway Portland, OR 97205

$29 single ticket

This event is part of our Portland Arts & Lectures 2021/22 season.

Our 2021/22 season is SOLD OUT, but we have released a limited amount of single tickets to this lecture. 

Subscriptions for the 2022/23 season will go on sale Spring of 2022.


Cathy Park Hong will be appearing live and in person at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Proof of vaccination (or a negative COVID test) is required for entry into the event. Click here to read about the enhanced safety measures the venue is taking, including earning a gold star certification from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC).

Your ticket allows you to attend the event live and in person or watch a livestream remotely. Information on how to attend either in person or virtually will be sent to ticket holders via email a few days before the event. Questions? Contact la@literary-arts.org.

Click here for venue accessibility information.


Purchase your copy of Minor Feelings from our independent bookstore partner, Broadway Books.

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Cathy Park Hong

Cathy Park Hong is the author of three poetry collections and Minor Feelings, a New York Times bestselling book of creative nonfiction which won the National Book Critics Circle Award for autobiography and was longlisted for the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence. Hong is a recipient of the Windham-Campbell Literature Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Her poems have been published in PoetryThe New York TimesThe Paris ReviewMcSweeney’s, and other journals. She is the poetry editor of The New Republic and full professor at Rutgers University–Newark.
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