Literary events in and around the Bay Area this week!
Tags: Ariel Schrag, Bay Area, Benjamin Moser, Carol Lay, Corey M.P., Diane Noomin, Elisabeth Jaquette, Elmaz Abinader, Fay Victor, J.K Fowler, Jeanne Powell, Jeffrey Zuckerman, Jeremy Tiang, Jericho Brown, Julia Sanches, Lee Marrs, Liz Mayorga, M. Louise Stanley, Mike Jay, Minnie Phan, Myra Melford, Nancy Au, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, Olga Zilberbourg, Owen Hill, Patricia Smith, Rebecca Solnit, Samantha Giles, San Francisco, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, Sean Gasper Bye, Suyi Davies Okungbowa, tamim ansary, tyler cohen
Literary events in and around NYC this week!
Tags: A.S. Hamrah, Aliah A Rosenthal, Alice Sola Kim, Amy Dupcak, Ana Bozicevic, Andrea Abi Karam, Anita Felicelli, Anthony Moll, Ariel Schrag, Armando Jaramillo Garcia, Ashley C. Ford, Barbara Burkhardt, Brielle Brilliant, Brynne Rebele-Henry, Callie Garnett, Candace Williams, Carly Dashiell, Carly Inghram, Catherine Lacey, Claire Legrand, Clare Barron, cote smith, Cynthia Zarin, Daniel Poppick, Darnell McGee, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Diana Hamilton, Dror Burstein, edwin frank, Edwin Torres, Elana Rabinowitz, Eli Reiter, Eline Marx, Elisa Gonzalez, Ellen Cassedy, Ellen Maddow, Elyssa Friedland, Evan Gill Smith, Fiona Taylor, Gaby Moss, Gal Beckerman, Gessy Alvarez, Gigi Blanchard, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Hannah Brooks-Motl, Heather Abel, I.S. Jones, Idra Novey, Jabari Asim, Jack Eley, Jaclyn Gilbert, Jamel Brinkley, Jared Harel, Jasmine Guillory, Jason Koo, jason lutes, Jeff Jackson, Jennifer Baker, Jenny Williamson, John J. Winters, Jonathan Aprea, jonathan franzen, Jonathan Lethem, Joshua Cohen, Judith Glynn, karan mahajan, Karen Bender, Kayla Olson, Kyle Pritz, Laura Esther Wolfson, Laura June, Lili Anolik, Lisa Chen, Lucy Ives, Lucy Taylor, Martina Salisbury, Megan Murphy, Melissa Shaw, Mia Garcia, Michael Hofmann, Michael Lennon, Monica Lewis, Nafissa Thompson-Spires, Nichole Perkins, Nick Fuller Googin, notable new york, Notable NYC, Paige Taggart, Pamela Sneed, Peter Gizzi, Rasheeda Saka, Rax King, Rebecca Carroll, Roman Muradov, Sara Batkie, Sarah Bridgins, Seth Kugel, Shireen Alia Ahmed, Shiv Kotecha, Shobha Rao, Skip Bronkie, T.A. Stanley, Tom Sleigh, Tyrese Coleman, Zack Ackers, Zosia Mamet
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: A.J. Lees, Adeeba Shahid Talukder, Aisha Mirza, Alisson Wood, Ananda Lima, andrew solomon, Aparna Nacherla, Ariel Schrag, ben loory, Coe Booth, D. Foy, Dana Schwartz, David Levithan, Ed Hamilton, Eddie Joyce, Elizabeth Alexander, Emma Straub, Erica Wright, Hannah Beresford, Hannah Ingran, Hiola Jones, Ira Silverberg, isaac fitzgerald, James Kimbrell, Jennifer Firestone, Jessica Bruder, Jodi Savage, John Freeman, K.R. Miller, Kaila Philo, Karen Rinaldi, Kathleen Alcott, Katie Willingham, Kim Kelly, Kyla Marshell, Lawrence Joseph, Lucinda Rosenfeld, maria popova, Mark Bray, Marwa Helal, Matthew Thorburn, Melissa Febos, Michael Ausiello, Michael Chabon, Miller Oberman, Miranda Field, Nelson George, New York City, Nick Flynn, Nicole Cooley, notable new york, Notable NYC, Paul Lisicky, Ricardo Maldonado, Roshan Abraham, Ruby Brunton, Ryan Dzelzkalns, Sarah Bridgins, Sarah Gerard, Sarah Perry, Sean Doyle, Sigrid Rausing, Stephanie Perkins, Timothy Liu, Tress Congo, Wren Hanks, Yuxi Lin, zadie smith
Sunday 5/14: Juliana Huxtable presents Mucus in My Pineal Gland along with Diamond Stingily and Andrew Durbin. McNally Jackson Books, 6 p.m., free. Wendy Xu, Tobias Carroll, Jimn Han, Jeanann Verlee, and Keegan Lester join the Dead Rabbits Reading Series. DTUT, 8 p.m., free.
Tags: Aaron Their, Ada Calhoun, Adam Giannelli, Alex Guillen, Alice Kaltman, Alisa Koyrakh, Alison Lowenstein, Amy Thielen, Andrea Peterson, Anna North, Anne Ray, Anya Yermakova, ariel levy, Ariel Schrag, Benjamin Gassman, Bob Powers, Britt Melewski, Charles Kaiser, Chuck Klosterman, claire dederer, Craig Teicher, Dan Sheehan, Daniel DiStefano, Danny Lorberbaum, Daveon Walker-Figueroa, Dennis Lehane, Diego Guervara, Donald Illich, Doren Damico, Elianna Kan, Emily Lynne, Emma Smith-Stevens, Emmet O'Cuana, Erica Pagliugo, erin somers, Gabriela Garcia, George Kovalenko, Guy Delisle, Hafeez Lakhani, Harvey Soss, Hilary Leichter Griffin, Jared Harel, Jared Walsh, Jeanann Verlee, Jeffrey Eugenides, Jennifer Baker, Jennifer Firestone, Jess Arndt, Jessica Baran, Jill Santopolo, Jimn Han, Joshua Ferris, Juan Villoro, Juliana Huxtable, Julie Buntin, Justin Boening, Kate Daloz, Kate Doyle, Kate Dries, Katherine Carlson, Kay Iguh, Keegan Lester, Kia Corthron, Kris D'Agostino, Kyle Walsh, Lev Grossman, Maeve Higgins, Marie Holmes, Mary Mann, Matt Weiland, Matthew Campbell, Maulik Pancholy, Maya Kosoff, Melodie Winawer, Mo Fry Pasic, New York City, Nick Flynn, Notable New York City, Notable NYC, Peter Marcus, Phil St. Dennis Sanchez, phillip lopate, Rachel Khong, Sarah Pinder, Simon Ostrovsky, Sophie Klahr, Stephen Langlois, Swati Khurana, Temim Frutchter, The Cost of Courage, The Rules Do Not Apply, Tom Tracy, Touré, Wendy Xu, William Hogeland, Zulma Ortiz-Fuentes
Saturday 11/29: Support your independent bookstores on Small Business Saturday. Monday 12/1: Daphne Merkin reads from her new collection of essays, The Fame Lunches: On Wounded Icons, Money, Sex, the Brontes, and the Importance of Handbags. BookCourt, 7 p.m., free. Tuesday 12/2: L. Lamar Wilson, Wendy Xu, and Rachel Zucker read as part of the […]
Screenwriter and comic book artist Ariel Schrag discusses writing for different media, identity politics, and sympathizing with a straight male teen pretending to be trans in her new novel
Tags: Adam, Adam Rapp, Afterbirth, Ariel Schrag, Comics, Elisa Albert, Gender Identity, Life Animated, Miles Heizer, myriam gurba, queer, screenwriting, television, The L Word
Over at the New Yorker, Stephen Burt reviews Ariel Schrag’s Adam, a graphic novel about a straight man who finds himself in the midst of New York’s queer scene. Almost as interesting as the novel’s contents is its publicity: where trans characters were once cast as charity cases, psychopaths, anything but simply human, now Adam is […]
Saturday 3/15: Josef Kaplan and Ann Hirsch read poetry. Kaplan’s latest book, All Nightmare: Introductions 2011-2012 collects the prefatory remarks written while curating the Segue Series. Hirsch’s Twelve, censored as “crude and objectionable,” is a collection of instant messenger chat room scenes. Macie Gransion, 7:30 p.m., free. Lorrie Moore reads from Bark (February 2014), her […]
Tags: Adelle Waldman, Alexander Chee, Ariel Schrag, Aryn Kyle, by Siri Hustvedt, keith gessen, Laurie Moore, New York City, Notable NYC, Paul Rome, Rachel Cantor
Ariel Schrag first achieved recognition in her teens, when she began writing the autobiographical comic books Awkward, Definition, Potential, and Likewise