4/5/2019: HomeWord Bound Fundraiser Reading, 6 to 9 pm, Oregon Zoo
4/2/2019: Son of Amity Review in The Oregonian
1/18/2019: Oregon State University Reading at 7:30pm
12/12/2018: Oregon Historical Society Reading
11/15/2018: Old Capitol Books (Monterey, CA) Book Launch and Reading at 6pm
11/15/2018: CSUMB, Otter Cross Cultural Center, Discussion and Reading at 2pm
11/14/2018: Guest on Out of Our Minds (KKUP Radio) at 8pm
11/14/2018: Cabrillo College (Aptos, CA), English Department Room 312 Discussion and Reading at 2pm
11/13/2018: CSUMB, University Center Conference Rooms, Book Launch and Reading at 6pm
11/13/2018: John Steinbeck Library (Salinas, CA) Book Launch & Reading at 3pm
11/13/2018: California State University Monterey Bay Reading, Tanimura & Antle Family memorial Library, Brown Bag Lunch & Reading at 12pm
11/11/2018: City Lights Books (San Francisco, CA) Reading at 5pm
11/10/2018: Portland Book Festival Appearance
11/3/2018: Klindt's Books (The Dalles, OR) Reading at 3pm
11/2/2018: The Book Bin (Salem, OR) Reading at 7pm
10/25/2018: Powell's Bookstore (Hawthorne, Portland, OR) Reading at 7:30pm
10/18/2018: Third Street Books (McMinnville, OR) Reading at 6:30pm
10/9/2018: San Jose State University Steinbeck Center Reading at 7pm
10/6/2018: SON OF AMITY released by Oregon State University Press
01/2015: Malae wins the 2015 Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship for Drama for his play "The Question"
08/07-08/2014: Whidbey Writer's Workshop Lecture, Whidbey Island, WA.
12/17/2013: McMinnville City Club Pub Talk @ 6pm at McMenamin's, Hotel Oregon, McMInnville, OR.
11/19/2013: Reading at Linfield College, McMinnville, OR
10/12/2013: Reading/book signing at Gold Beach Books, Gold Beach, OR.
09/07/2013: Reading @ 2:30pm at Mazama Festival of Books, Mazama, WA.
05/03/2013: Reading/book signing at Chapter's Books, Newberg, OR.
04/25/2013: Reading/book signing at Third Street Books, McMinnville, OR at 6:30 p.m.
04/11/2013: Reading/book signing at historic City Lights Books, San Francisco, CA at 7:00 p.m.
03/2013: Our Frail Blood, Malae's second novel, is released by Grove/Atlantic.
03/2011: Reading/book signing at Powell's City of Books in Portland, OR
05/2010: What We Are shortlisted for the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award, honoring the best books published in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska
04/2010: What We Are named an Editor's Choice in The New York Times
04/2010: Reading/book signing at San José State University in San José, CA
03/2010: Reading/book signing at Seattle Public Library
03/2010: Reading/book signing at Powell's City of Books in Portland, OR
03/2010: What We Are reviewed in the New York Times Sunday Book Review
03/2010: Reading/book signing at historic City Lights Books in San Francisco, CA
03/2010: Reading/book signing at Books Inc. in Palo Alto, CA
05/2008: What We Are wins the Arts Council Silicon Valley Fellowship for fiction
05/2008: Teach the Free Man chosen as a finalist for the Glasgow Prize
04/2008: Teach the Free Man honored as a finalist for the New York Public Library's Young Lions Award, given for the best book of fiction by an American writer under 35 years of age
04/2008: Recorded "Turning Point" from Teach the Free Man on KQED's Writer's Block
03/2008: Reading/book signing at historic City Lights Books in San Francisco, CA
03/2008: Teach the Free Man chosen as a Notable Book by the Story Prize, honoring the best story collection in the nation
11/2007: What We Are wins the San Francisco Foundation's Joseph Henry Jackson Award as the best novel manuscript on the West Coast