Love Marriage Book Tour, Updated

Thursday, August 28
Los Angeles, California

7 p.m. Reading & Signing—Book Soup
8818 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 90069

Friday, September 26
New York City

6:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—Teachers & Writers Collaborative
*Joint event with Phillis Levin
Center for Imaginative Writing
520 Eighth Avenue (between 36th and 37th Sts.), Ste. 2020, NYC.

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Note the additions in Toronto, Charlottesville, Chicago, and New York—especially the rescheduled date at the AAWW. More to come! For a full list of cities, read on…

Wednesday, April 9
New York City

6:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—Corner Books
1313 Madison Ave., NYC, 10128

Monday, April 14
New York City

7:30-9 p.m. Reading & Signing—Columbia University/Barnard College
Columbia and Barnard South Asian and East Asian student groups
Club Dimensions and co-sponsors
* Joint event with Jennifer 8. Lee
409 Barnard Hall / past Barnard gates at 117th and Broadway
3009 Broadway, NYC, 10027

Tuesday, April 15
New Rochelle, New York

9-11 a.m. Reading & Signing—Linda E. Kelly Theater
New Rochelle High School

265 Clove Rd., New Rochelle, 10801

Friday, April 18
Saturday, April 19
Chicago, Illinois

FRI: 7 p.m. Reading & Signing—The Book Cellar
4736 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 60625

SAT: 12:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—
Assoc. of Asian American Studies Conference

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place
2233 S. Martin Luther King Dr., Chicago, 60616

Tuesday, April 22
Bethesda, Maryland

7:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—Barnes & Noble Bethesda
4801 Bethesda Ave., Bethesda, 20814

Wednesday, April 23
Washington, D.C.

7 p.m. Reading & Signing—Olsson’s Books Dupont Circle
1307 19th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20036

Thursday, April 24
Charlottesville, Virginia

5:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—New Dominion Bookshop
404 East Main St. Charlottesville, 22902

Monday, April 28
Ann Arbor, Michigan

7 p.m. Reading & Signing—Borders Books
612 E Liberty, Ann Arbor, 48104

Tuesday, April 29
Seattle, Washington

5:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—Elliott Bay Books
101 South Main St. Seattle, 98104

Wednesday, April 30
San Francisco, California

7:30 p.m. Reading & Signing—Kepler’s Books
1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, 94025

Thursday, May 1
Brooklyn, New York

7:30 p.m. Reading—Pete’s Candy Store
709 Lorimer St. Williamsburg, 11211

Thursday, May 8-Monday, May 12
Torino, Italy

Turin International Book Fair, appearances TBA

Tuesday, May 13
Boston, Massachusetts

7 p.m. Reading & Signing—Harvard Bookstore
* Joint event with Preeta Samarasan
1256 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, 02138

Wednesday, May 21
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

7:30 p.m. Reading—Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto M5J 2G8

Wednesday, May 28
New York City

6:30 p.m. Reading—Tamarind Art Gallery
sponsored by SAJA
142 E. 39th St., NYC, 10016

Saturday, May 31
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

2 p.m. Reading & Signing—Barnes & Noble Harrisburg
58 South 32nd Street, Camp Hill, 17011

RESCHEDULED from May 22
Thursday, June 12
New York City

7 p.m. Reading & Signing—Asian American Writers’ Workshop
* Joint event with Manil Suri
16 West 32nd Street, Suite 10A, NYC 10001

Tuesday, June 24
Brooklyn, New York

7:30 p.m. Reading—Perch Cafe
365 5th Ave., Brooklyn, 11215

12 Comments »

  1. Sugi!

    Congratulations, how incredibly wonderful. So sorry I won’t be able to make the book signings, I’ll be thinking of you.

    I can’t wait to read it….

    Very very best
    Joanna

    Comment by Joanna Dubin — April 9, 2008 @ 3:27 am

  2. Sugi!
    I’m so excited to read the book. I’m going to miss you at AAAS but I’m going to try and come to the one at the Book Cellar if at all possible!
    Hugs,
    Anita

    Comment by Anita — April 10, 2008 @ 1:34 am

  3. Just bought your book today. Come to Philly!

    Comment by Maria M. — April 10, 2008 @ 9:10 pm

  4. Congratulations Sugi. I hope to make it to your signing in April. If I dont see you then, I will have to meet up with you later. I want to get your autograph on my copy. :-)

    Comment by Utthama — April 15, 2008 @ 3:33 pm

  5. Sugi! Congrats! Don’t think you’ll be swinging by this part of the world again soon, but I want to get an autographed version sometime :)

    Comment by Daryl — April 19, 2008 @ 9:25 am

  6. Hi! Yours is the most wonderfully moving book I’ve read in a long time. You have found an admirer for keeps. Anxious already to see what you’ll write next. Hope to see you at Tamarind Gallery reading on the 28th of May. I’m Puerto Rican, and believe me, even with the political ties between us and the U.S., it is as difficult for Americans to find our island on the map as it may have been to find Sri Lanka before the Tsunami as you mention in the novel. See you. Edna

    Comment by Edna — May 11, 2008 @ 4:15 pm

  7. We Hope and Pray we would make it on May/21st.
    All the best.
    Congratulation Sugi.
    Love
    Nalayini (Toronto)

    Comment by Nalayini & Ravi Brodie — May 16, 2008 @ 3:16 pm

  8. June 20, 2008
    Hi Sugi,
    Well done Sugi, my heartiest congratulations. I just finished your book and it brings back lots of memories. I am sorry that you did not get to read my book Peace With Justice published in 2005 in Toronto. I too have written about Ariyalai and war-time experiences in Jaffna. Please let me have your e mail and address and I can post you a copy.

    I missed meeting you and your Toronto reading as I was in Colombo from April 1-June 7 nth – it is nice to be back here.
    What are you going to write next?
    Lalitha Brodie

    Comment by Lalitha Brodie — June 20, 2008 @ 3:04 am

  9. Read your book today,and was entranced by the style of writing. Will buy your second book. But thought the story was weak,rambling,and I was unsatisfied.

    Comment by kleo — July 21, 2008 @ 10:15 am

  10. Hi Sugi,

    Your book is absolutely brilliant, reads more like a non-fiction novel encompassing generations & its a relevant & topical issue.
    You have to make it to India for the launch of this book, we will be releasing the book in September.

    Thanks,
    Jaeza

    Comment by Jaeza — August 20, 2008 @ 12:31 pm

  11. I believe it to be a lucky accident that I encountered this book in a small bookshop in Seattle. Reading Love Marriage was like reading a book for poetry that was all held together by a central theme. It was so beautiful, that each page and story moved me, and painted an image of a country and life that I do not know, yet feel have become a part of me.

    Congratulations on this work of art. I aspire to one day write with the beautiful prose that you presented in this novel.

    Regards,
    Ally

    Comment by Ally — August 29, 2008 @ 1:12 am

  12. Dear Sugi!
    You have done a wonderful work. My daughter borrowed from one of the Toronto public libraries. I took quite some time(I’ a slow reader)to finish reading this book, but I don’t regret for that. I wish you all the best to write more books of this type.
    Siva Logananthan

    Comment by Sivambikai — October 15, 2008 @ 1:37 pm

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