Literary events in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Aditi Natasha Kini, Aimee Molloy, Aisha Mirza, Akil Kumarasamy, Alexia Arthurs, Alissa Quart, Amy Lawless, Andrea Jones-Rooy, Andrew Durbin, Andrew Shaffer, Annesha Sengupta, Audrey Murray, Ayqa Khan, Brenda Janowitz, Brooklyn, Carola Lovering, Carolyn Ferrell, Chaya Babu, Chia-Lun Chang, Christina Reynolds, Daisy Fried, Dana Sachs, Derek Milman, Diana Arterian, Didier Pourquery, Dion Flynn, Dionne Ford, Edmund White, Elizabeth Cohen, Emma Cline, Eva Victor, glen david gold, Glory Edim, hannah tinti, Hillary Jordan, jason diamond, Jason Sokol, Jeremiah Moss, Jo Piazza, Joan Silber, John Langan, Joshua Guild, Karen Bender, Katie Notopoulos, Laird Barron, Laura Brounstein, Laura June, Lauren Baer, Leslie Jamison, Lev Grossman, Lexi Freiman, Lindsay Champion, Lisa Steinke, Livia Llewellyn, Lizzie Martinez, Lucinda Karter, Lynne Tillman, Manhattan, mary gaitskill, Matthew Olzmann, Maya Kosoff, Meg Onil, Meghan Daum, Melissa Lozada-Oliva, Melissa Rocha, Michael Carroll, Mimi Mondal, Min Jin Lee, Nadia Bulkin, Nadia Misir, Natalie Diaz, new york, Nina Collins, notable new york, Notable NYC, NYC, Paul Legault, Paul Lisicky, Paul Tremblay, Peter Trachtenberg, Robert Anthony Siegel, Saretta Morgan, Susie Orman Schnall, Thahitun Mariam, Tish James, Vi Khi Nao
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Alice Sola Kim, Angela Flournoy, Cynthia Arrieu-King, Dionne Ford, Doreen St. Felix, Elena Karina Byrne, elissa schappell, Glory Edim, hannah tinti, helen rosner, Hillary Gravendyk, isaac fitzgerald, J. Courtney Sullivan, jason diamond, Jill Hennessy, Josh Gondelman, Kristopher Jansma, Lisa Lucas, Liz Bowen, Liz Countryman, Marcy Dermansky, Maris Kreizman, Maureen Alsop, Megan Abbott, mike albo, Min Jin Lee, Moustafa Bayoumi, New York City, notable new york, Notable NYC, Parul Sehgal, Rachel Fershleiser, Rachel Zolf, Rakesh Satyal, Rob Spillman, Rosie Schaap, Samuel Amadon, Sandra Bauleo, sarah weinman, Scott Adsit, Simeon Marsalis, Téa Obreht, Timothy Donnelly, Vinson Cunningham
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