Ann Tashi Slater


Travels is on sale at The Rubin Museum bookstore, and by contacting me through this website.

Travels Within and Without

A chapbook of my Tibet-related fiction and non-fiction, produced for "Dreams, Memories, Journeys: Stories of a Tibetan Family," my multi-media presentation at The Rubin Museum in NYC on July 6, 2016. The book includes pieces published in The Huffington Post, Asia Literary Review, Kyoto Journal, and American Dragons (HarperColllins), as well as excerpts from my novel and memoir-in-progress.

Speaking at The Rubin Museum

It was a full house!

The reception afterward, with a cake for the Dalai Lama since it was his 81st birthday

Signing Travels Within and Without at the reception

Selected Works

Chapbook
A collection of my Tibet-related fiction and non-fiction produced for my Rubin Museum presentation.
Fiction
A story about pilgrimage, Tibet, and the quest for home. (Asia Literary Review)
A flash about how things don't always look the way we expect them to. (Big Bridge)
A story related to the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami. (failbetter)
    *Selected as one of the Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Stories.
A story related to Darjeeling and The Tibetan Book of the Dead. (Gulf Coast)
Ranging from Havana to Tokyo to Paris, a story about the things we tell ourselves in order to survive. (Shenandoah)
Memoir
An excerpt from the Dharamsala section of my travel memoir-in-progress. (Kyoto Journal)
Love and yearning in Andalusia and America. (New World Writing)
YA Fiction
A teenage girl struggles in the aftermath of the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake. (Tomo, Stone Bridge)
    "A broadly appealing mix . . . with nary a clinker in the bunch."
--Kirkus Reviews

A story about growing up Tibetan American. (American Dragons, HarperCollins)
    "[This] enlightening anthology of 25 stories, poems and essays by Asian Americans delves deeply . . .”
--Publisher's Weekly

Translation
A novella by Reinaldo Arenas. (Old Rosa, Grove)                                 "One of Cuba's best-known writers . . . Arenas . . . writes in the poetic and fantastic style of magical realism that Garcia Marquez has made familiar. "
-- Library Journal

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