Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Adam Solomon, Alex Valdes, Alexander Chee, Anjali Sachdeva, Ann Goldstein, Anna Maria Ortese, Anna Quindlen, Ariel Goldberg, Ben Davis, Bob Raymonda, Brian Teare, Brock Clarke, Carol Moldaw, Cassandra Joy Hume, Catherine Carberry, Chello Solaperto, Chelsea Asher, Ching-in Chen, Christine Schutt, Claire Weisz, Corinne Sullivan, Damon Rich, Daniel Mallory Ortberg, Darley Stewart, Dave K., Dave Major, David Berreby, Deborah Landau, Dhonielle Clayton, Dia Felix, El Roy Red, Ellen Støkken Dahl, Emily X.R. Pan, Emma Ramos, Filip Noterdaeme, Georgia Clark, Haleh Liza, Helene Stapinski, Jayson P. Smith, JC Hopkins, Jenny McPhee, Jessica Hutter, Jessica Spotswood, john edgar wideman, Jon Michaud, Kaethe Schwehn, Kaplan Harris, Kathy Lou Schultz, Kaveh Akbar, Kazim Ali, Kim O’Neil, Kristen Sahaana Surya, Kristy Leissle, Laura Swearingen-Steadwell, Lauren Grodstein, Lexie Bean, Lily Koppel, Lisa Lucas, Litia Perta, Madhu Kaza, Maria Bowler, Meher Manda, Momina Mela, Nafkote Tamirat, New York City, Nick Mancusi, Nina Brochmann, Notable New York City, Notable NYC, Nyala Moon, Oana Stanescu, Olalekan Jeyifous, Paolo Javier, Pénélope Bagieu, Ramona Ausubel, Rob Halpern, Robin Tremblay-McGaw, Sahara Muradi, Sam Graham-Felsen, Samantha Isman, Stevie Howell, Tadzio Koelb, Ted Rees, Terence Degnan, Thom Donovan, Trace Peterson, Valerie Wallace, Vince Gatton, Zohra Saed
You know that feeling when you discover an author that completely changes your life? Jon Michaud does. He writers over at The New Yorker about discovering the sole work of Breece D’J Pancake. “These bleak qualities may make Pancake’s stories timely, but it is their compressed artistry and distilled feeling that make them timeless. I […]