Reema Zaman shares a list of books to celebrate her forthcoming debut memoir, I AM YOURS.
Tags: a wrinkle in time, Amberjack Publishing, An American Marriage, Anne Lamott, Big Magic, Bird by Bird, Cheryl Strayed, Committed, Dear Mr. You, Eat Pray Love, elizabeth gilbert, Fed Up, Gemma Hartley, Glennon Doyle, I Am Yours, Isabel Allende, Lidia Yuknavitch, Love Warrior, madeleine l'engle, Mary Karr, mary louise parker, Paula, Reema Zaman, Tayari Jones, The Art of Memoir, The Chronology of Water, What to Read When, Wild
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Abbey Bender, Adrian Shirk, Alex Gilvarry, Amanda Mull, Amira Pierce, Anelise Chen, Bette Pesetsky, Brittany Spanos, Charif Shanahan, Chinelo Okparanta, Cooper Wilhelm, Cristina Garcia, Danya Kukafka, Darin Strauss, David Burr Gerrard, David J. Goodwin, David McLoghlin, Deirdre Coyle, Dianca London, E.C. Belli, eileen myles, Elif Batuman, Emily Saso, Eric Eddings, Erika Meitner, Gloria Beth Amodeo, Glory Edim, Heather Derr Smith, Helen Benedict, Hermoine Hoby, James McBride, Jana Benova, Jason Schneiderman, Jay Deshpande, Jeannie Vanasco, Jill Bialosky, John Haskell, Jonathan Greenhause, Jordan Pavlin, Joseph Kanon, Julia Wertz, Julie Buntin, Kent Russell, Kenyatta JP Garcia, Kristen Sollee, Ladee Hubbard, Lauren Weinstein, Lisa Marie Basile, Lucas Hunt, Marina Blitshteyn, mary louise parker, Matthew Zapruder, Michelle Legro, Morten Hoi Jensen, Nathan Englander, New York City, Nick Laird, notable new york, Notable NYC, paul auster, Paul Vidich, Pilot Viruet, Rachel Corbett, Rakesh Satyal, Ricardo Hernandez, Safiya Sinclair, Sarah Bridgins, Sarah Wang, Simeon Marsalis, Tyler Coates, will schwalbe, Zack McDermott
Of course it’s tremendous to see a play on stage, but reading a play, its script, is a pleasure in its own right. I think for many of us the notion of reading plays was ruined in high school, what with the dreadful, hackneyed line-by-line dissection of Romeo and Juliet and Our Town led by […]
Tags: A Language of Their Own, Anna March, Blackbird, Chay Yew, David Auburn, David Harrower, Edward Albee, Jane Chambers, Jeff Daniels, Last Summer at Bluefish Cove, mary louise parker, Michael Cristofer, Michelle Williams, playwright, playwriting, proof, Reading Mixtape, reading recommendations, The Goat, The Shadow Box, theater, theatre
You’ll want to devour this bunch—favorites of mine from a wildly disparate batch of recent reads.
Tags: Andrea Klein, Anna March, Calf, Dear Mr. You, Debra Monroe, Kate Gavino, Last Night's Reading, mary louise parker, My Unsentimental Education, Reading Mixtape, reading recommendations
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