Literary events taking place virtually this week!
Tags: Afia Atakoa, Alexandra Chang, Alexis Okeowo, anna solomon, billy bragg, Brad Richard, Callista Buchen, Chad Radford, Craig Pittman, Cynthia Newberry Martin, Dana Nelson, David Larsen, David Puretz, David Velasco, Ellen O'Connell Whittet, Emily Nemens, EMily St John Mandel, Emma Straub, Ethan Hawke, Evan Gill Smith, Frances Cha, Ginger Eager, Hannah Bae, isaac fitzgerald, Ishmael Beah, James Arthur, Janelle Brown, jenna wortham, jennifer weiner, Jia Tolentino, Jimin Han, joanna rakoff, John Freeman, John Williamsburg, Jon Fosse, Julia Alvarez, Karen Elliott House, kate bolick, Kate Gardiner, Katie Kitamura, Kevin Nguyen, Kimberly McCreight, Krithika Varagur, Laura Read, Laura Sims, Lauren Graham, Lauren Sandler, Leigh Camacho Rourks, Lisa Lewis, Lori Jakiela, Mary Biddinger, Matt Gallagher, Michael McGriff, Michael Rips, Mike Jollett, Mikel Jollett, Nguyễn Phan Quế, Notable Online, Pearce Rotundi, Rachel M. Simon, Rebecca Henderson, Robert Walicki, roxana robinson, Ryan Chapman, Samion Searls, Sarah Blake, Sarah Larsen, Sari Botton, Sharon von Etten, Sheila Squillante, sian griffiths, stephin merritt, Tobly McSmith, Viet Thanh Nguyen, wayne koestenbaum
Literary events and readings in and around Chicago this week!
Tags: Cathy Richardson, Charif Shanahan, Chicago, Jimin Han, Juan Martinez, Kaveh Akbar, Maureen Muldoon, Notable Chicago, Reshma Saujani, Robin Sloan, Sahar Mustafah, Veronica Roth
Saturday 6/24: Juan Martinez, Jimin Han, and Paul Cohen celebrate debut fiction. Spoonbill & Sugartown, 7 p.m., free. Sunday 6/25: Rob Hill, Omotara James, Meghan E.B. Lin, and Phil Demise Smith celebrate the launch of the latest issue of Newtown Literary. Socrates Sculpture Park, 4 p.m., free.
Tags: Anne Gorrick, Anne Helen Peterson, Bonnie Pipkin, Charlotte Shane, Chris Wolfe, Christopher bollen, Coe Booth, Dani Shapiro, Diksha Basu, Garrard Conley, Jane Green, Janet Mock, Jean Hanff Korelitz, Jeff VanderMeer, Jennifer Enderlin, Jimin Han, Juan Martinez, Julie Pennell, Kate Brandes, Leah Clancy, Leah DeCesare, Mandy Len Catron, Meghan E.B. Lin, New York City, Nick White, notable new york, Notable NYC, Olivia Kate Cerrone, Omotara James, Paul Cohen, Phil Demise Smith, Rebecca Carroll, Renee Macalino Rutledge, Rob Hill, Ryann Slauson, Sandi Ward, Sarah Healy, Sarah MacLean, Shawn Escariga, Tessa Bailey, Todd Anderson, Victoria Redel, Yuri Herrera, Zeeva Bukai, Zoralda Córdova
Take note: The Bay Area Book Festival is this weekend, June 3 and 4, in downtown Berkley. It is an epic event. Wednesday 5/31: Litquake presents a panel of women authors under the heading “Such a Nasty Woman: Female Authors Respond to Trump.” The discussion will be moderated by journalist Vanessa Hua and includes Christina Garcia, Jewelle […]
Tags: Bay Area, bay area book festival, Brenda Hillman, Christina Garcia, Claudia Cortese, courtney maum, Diana Aehegma, Ekatarina Visalieva, Gary Singh, Jewelle Gomez, Jimin Han, Julia Halprin Jackson, Meron Hadero, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, One Day We Will All Be Happy, robert hass, San Francisco, San Francisco Writer's Grotto, Sava Cebotari, Steffi Drewes, Stephen Ochsner, vanessa hua
A collection of short pieces written by Rumpus readers pertaining to the subject of “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”
Tags: Addison Namnoum, Alcy Leyva, Alex Peterson, American Dream, Barack Obama, bigotry, Corruption, daughters, democracy, Donald Trump, G. Love and Special Sauce, Hector Duarte Jr, hope, inauguration, Inauguration Day, Jimin Han, Joe Amaral, John McCain, Korean American, Lois Ann Goossen, Make America Great Again, naked, Nixon, Noelle Girard, Nudity, obama, Politics, presidency, Racism, Read Trammel, Readers Report, Richard Nixon, Rockettes, Rumpus Readers Report, Ryan Fox, Sauron, Secret Service, sexism, sexual assault, star wars, The Emperor's New Clothes, The Washington Post, Trump, twitter, White House
As an editor of color, one advantage I have is that writers of color are comfortable knowing I’m not asking for edits to artificially enhance or to cover up their race. It’s not weird to me that their characters look like them. ...more
Tags: AAWW, Cave Canem, Courtney Elizabeth Mauk, diversity in publishing, Ed Lin, editing, editor, Jimin Han, Junot Diaz, Katie Salisbury, Kundiman, Lee & Low Books, Little a, Matthew Salesses, Scholastic Book Fair, Ted Wheeler, Viet Dinh, Vivian Lee, writers of color