Monday 11/30: Tauno Biltsted, Anca L. Szilágyi, and Kris Waldherr discuss Politics of Then and Now in Historical Fiction. Greenlight Bookstore via Zoom, 7:30 p.m. EST, free.
Matvei Yankelevich, John High, Uljana Wolf, Mihret Kebede, May Huang, Sarah Booker, and Elisa Wouk Almino celebrate Circumference. McNally Jackson via Zoom, 5 p.m. EST, free.
Tuesday 12/1: Nandi Comer and makalani bandele join the Further Notice reading series. Zoom, 10 p.m. EST, free.
Karen Sherman presents Brick by Brick: Building Hope and Opportunity for Women Survivors Everywhere. A Cappella Books via Zoom, 7 p.m. EST, free.
Cheryl Latif joins the Cobalt Poets series. Zoom, 7 p.m. PST, free.
Nadia Abu El-Haj, Mamadou Diouf, and Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz join David Scott to discuss Neither Settler Nor Native: The Making and Unmaking of Permanent Minorities. Book Culture via Zoom, 5 p.m. EST, free.
Wednesday 12/2: Becky Cooper talks with Paige Williams about We Keep the Dead Close: A Murder at Harvard and a Half Century of Silence. Books Are Magic via Zoom, 7 p.m. EST, free.
Thursday 12/3: Matthew Daddona, Hafizah Geter, and Xiaolu Guo join host Brian Gresko for The Antibody reading series. Zoom and YouTube, 7 p.m. EST, free.
Paloma Sierra, R/B Mertz, grace (ge) gilbert, and Fred Shaw celebrate City of Asylum’s Emerging Poet Laureate of Allegheny County. White Whale Bookstore via Zoom, 7 p.m. EST, free.
Adam Goodman and Carlos Ballesteros discuss The Deportation Machine: America’s Long History of Expelling Immigrants. Pilsen Books via YouTube, 6 p.m. EST, free.
Maxim Loskutoff joins the Readings by Writers series. Zoom, 5 p.m. EST, free.
Zoë Bossiere and Dinty W. Moore talks with Rajpreet Heir, Torrey Peters, and Kristen Radtke about The Best of Brevity: Twenty Groundbreaking Years of Flash Nonfiction. McNally Jackson via Zoom, 7 p.m. EST, free.
Friday 12/4: Adriana E. Ramírez, Jesse Welch, Lexi Rafael, Kizza, and Kelli Stevens Kane celebrate three decades of slam poetry in Pittsburgh. White Whale Bookstore via Zoom, 7 p.m. EST, free.
Join the Harriman Institute, PEN America, and the Institute for the Study of Human Rights for a discussion with Akram Aylisli, author of Farewell Aylis: A Non-Traditional Novel in Three Works, translator Katherine E. Young, and journalist Alex Raufoglu. Moderated by Professor Mark Lipovetsky. Book Culture via Zoom and YouTube, noon EST, free.
Saretta Morgan and Jennifer Scappettone join the Segue Series. Zoom, 5 p.m. EST, free.
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