Reading Through Memories: A reading and discussion by ena ganguly

A Reading and Discussion with ena ganguly poster

7:00 PM Friday, 16 June 2023 (In-person Event)

ena ganguly (she/they) is a South Asian immigrant, born in Bihar, India, and raised in Missouri City. A writer, editor, and facilitator, ena’s writing has been featured on Buzzfeed, BBC, The Austin Chronicle, and Prizer Arts and Letters. They have served as the editor for Home-Making: On Belonging, Transience and Memory, in collaboration with the City of Austin’s Asian American Resource Center, and for SEARCH & FIND: An Unflinching Excavation of Coming of Age Stories, supported by Roots. Wounds. Words. and Carnegie Hall. In her free time, ena loves to go on late-night taco runs with her partner and tries to be a better plant mom. To follow her and her work, visit @enaganguly on Instagram!

Red Salmon Arts is a 501(c)3 grassroots cultural arts organization, with a thirty-year history of working with the indigenous neighborhoods of Austin. RSA is dedicated to the development of emerging writers and the promotion of Chicanx/@/Latinx/@/Native American literature, providing outlets and mechanisms for cultural exchange, and sharing in the retrieval of a people’s cultural heritage with a commitment to social justice.

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.