by The Asian American Writers' Workshop
Oct 25, 2010
Keep your eyes peeled or take another peak, is there something now offered that you didn't see yesterday?
Thanks for your support!
Awesome. Script from "30 Rock" autographed by the cast, including Tina Fey! Thank you Vali Chandrasekaran.
Thank you Danny. A script from NBC's hit show "The Office" signed by head writer Danny Chun -- and maybe others.
Yet to be released. Signed copies of the forthcoming "My Mom is a FOB: Earnest Advice in Broken English from Your Asian-American Mom," released in January 2011, based on the popular mymomisafob.com website.
Avoid the Thanksgiving crowds. We now have a five-star view of the Macy's Day Thanksgiving parade from a ninth-floor wrap around balcony view of 6th avenue near Bryant Park, plus New York-style lox and bagels.
Thanks to Kenny Lao. We are offering a dumpling party for ten people at Rickshaw Dumplings, rickshawdumplings.com, courtesy of Kenny Lao. Timing to be arranged.
New! A custom-written Secret Origin superhero story and original hand-rendered sketch of the superhero of your imagination (or that of your child or favorite childlike adult), based on your description and guidance. Offered by the team behind SECRET IDENTITIES:THE ASIAN AMERICAN SUPERHERO ANTHOLOGY (www.secretidentities.org)
Watch for SI Vol. 2: SHATTERED in 2012.
Some new meetings with Silicon Valley investors added.
- Patrick Chung, partner at NEA and co-lead of its consumer investing practice.
- Harj Taggar, partner at Y Combinator.
- Richard de Silva, general partner at Highland Capital Partners, who
is focused on digital media investments with specific interest in
online advertising, online media properties, consumer payment systems
and internet infrastructure.
- David Lee, partner at SV Angel with Ron Conway, who focuses on
investments within the consumer Internet, mobile, video and other IT
industries. [SOLD OUT]
- Puneet Agarwal, of True Ventures, a $195 million fund that focuses
earliest stages in the highest-growth segments of the technology
- Andrew Chung, principal at Lightspeed Venture Partners, who covers
the cleantech, Internet and software sectors.
- James Cham, principle of Trinity Ventures, who covers consumer
services, social media and digital media.