At the Parma-Snow Library, presented by the Cuyahoga County Library. Onstage interview, Q&A, and book signing. Books available for purchase.
At Sidwell Friends School (Caplin Theatre), in partnership with Politics & Prose. In conversation with Amor Towles (A Gentleman in Moscow), followed by Q&A and book signing.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event; tickets include a copy of the book. ** More info coming soon! **
At St. Paul’s Methodist Church, presented by Brazos Bookstore. Onstage interview in conversation with Natalia Sylvester (Everyone Knows You Go Home), Q&A, and book signing.
Note: This is a ticketed event; tickets include a copy of the book. If you are unable to come to this event for financial reasons but would like to attend, a limited number of reduced-price “student tickets” are available at our store. Please visit our location to purchase/for more details.
Onstage interview in conversation with Paisley Rekdal, Utah’s poet laureate; Q&A and book signing to follow.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event; ticket includes a copy of the book. A limited number of complimentary student tickets are available with student ID, first come first serve (book not included). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
At the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Student Union, presented by Boswell Books. Onstage interview in conversation with Bonnie North of WUWM Lake Effect. Q&A and book signing to follow.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event; ticket includes a copy of the book. Reduced-price student tickets are available.
Presented by the Madison Public Library Foundation. In conversation with Chloe Benjamin (The Immortalists).
NOTE: This is a fundraising ticketed event. I’m working with the hosts to give away tickets for readers who’d like to attend but can’t due to cost—stay tuned for more info!
At the Chicago Waldorf School Audorium, presented by Women & Children First. Onstage interview in conversation with Eve Ewing, Q&A, and book signing.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event; ticket includes a copy of the book. If you can't afford a ticket due to financial hardship, we have a handful scholarship tickets available. Please email us at email@example.com for information. Please note: these tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis while supplies last.
At the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, presented by White Whale Bookstore. Onstage interview in conversation with Anjali Sachdeva, Q&A, and book signing.
Note: This is a ticketed event; ticket includes a copy of the book. If you are unable to come to this event for financial reasons but would like to attend, a limited number of reduced-price “student tickets” are available. Please contact White Whale Bookstore at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Whether you are a mother, hope to become one, are unsure, or have chosen not to partake, we all have opinions on motherhood. Join award-winning authors Celeste Ng (Little Fires Everywhere) and Mary Karr (The Liars’ Club) for an evening of fiction celebrating and exploring one of our most complex relationships. With stories by Danielle Lazarin (Back Talk), Tillie Olsen (Tell Me a Riddle), Nafissa Thompson-Spires (Heads of the Colored People), and more!
Selected Shorts is produced by Symphony Space and broadcast on more than 150 stations around the country. The Selected Shorts podcast consistently ranks as one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes. The series began in 1985 and enjoys sold-out performances to this day. Selected Shorts was conceived with a simple premise: take great stories by well-known and emerging writers and have them performed by terrific actors of stage and screen. Featuring stories around a lively theme, the favorite works of a guest author, or a special collaboration, each Selected Shorts event is a unique night of literature in performance.
Actors subject to change. There will be no book signing.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event.
The hometown launch of the Little Fires Everywhere paperback tour! At the Brattle Theatre, in conversation with Lauren Groff (Fates and Furies; Florida), presented by Harvard Book Store. Onstage interview, Q&A, and book signing.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event; ticket includes a copy of the book. If you are unable to come to this event for financial reasons but would like to attend, a limited number of reduced-price tickets are available with access code CELESTE. These tickets are first come first serve, book not included.
So you're writing a story and feeling "stuck." What began as an exciting venture now seems dull and lifeless. Why not bring this logjam to other writers for revival? How might two heads (or 3, or 4) be better than one?
In this fun and fast-moving event, watch live authors use the "spitballing" techniques of screenwriters to push initial story ideas into wilder and more provocative possibilities. Come ready to brainstorm, laugh, and contribute your own ideas too.
NOTE: Free and open to the public, but space is limited. Cash bar. Follow the fun on Twitter at #writerspitball.
"Slate Presents THE WAVES - Live in Miami”
The Waves is Slate‘s show about gender, feminism, relationships, politics, culture, news, and cats. Each week hosts Hanna Rosin, Noreen Malone, Christina Cauterucci, and others talk through the week’s news and culture as seen through the lens of gender and feminism. The hosts will be joined by special guests Rebecca Traister and Celeste Ng, as well as leading writers and thinkers in Miami. Bring your best “Is it sexist?” questions for the Q&A period.
10:00 AM - panel discussion with Adrian Matejka (Lowrimore Auditorium)
2:30 PM - Colloquim (Lowrimore Auditorium)
9:30 AM - panel discussion with Margaret Wilkerson Sexton (Lowrimore Auditorium)
7:00 PM - reading and Q&A (Lowrimore Auditorium). Book signing to follow.
Free and open to the public.
In conversation with Nicole Chung about Chung's debut memoir All You Can Ever Know. Conversation, Q&A, and book signing. Free and open to the public.
Dress up in your finest prom fashion. Bring a copy of your favorite book as your date to donate to the Y2Y Homeless Shelter in Harvard Square. (It’s the only prom where you’re supposed to dump your date at the door!)
There will be free snacks and soft drinks, a cash bar, music, dancing, “after-prom” style games and activities, and, of course, “chaperones (including me!). You’ll also be able to get a formal prom picture with your “date” and a bookish corsage.