Literary events taking place virtually this week!
Tags: Afua Richardson, Aimee Bender, Alex Dimitrov, Alex Espinoza, Alex Tresniowski, Allison Adair, Amelia Pang, Baynard Woods, Benjamin Garcia, Betina González, Billy Baker, Candace Jane Opper, Claire Lombardo, Darla Himeles, Denise Hamilton, Diane Wilbon Parks, Eman Quotah, Emma Smith, Emma Straub, Faylita Hicks, Fran Quinn, Gabriel Bump, Gabriel Byrne, gillian flynn, Gina Apostol, Hafizah Geter, Hannah Eko, Hannah Hirsh, Heather Cleary, Heather McGhee, Heidi Schreck, Hillary Jordan, Jalynn Harris, Jen Silverman, Joseph Bathanti, Jubi Arriola-Headley, Karen Thompson Walker, Kate Russo, Katherine Seligman, Kathryn Scanlan, Kawai Strong Washburn, Kenzie Allen, Koa Beck, Lee-Ann Roripaugh, Lily King, Lucie Elven, Marc Lamont Hill, Marcel Walker, Matthew Olzmann, Megan Fernandes, Michael Eric Dyson, Michael Patrick F. Smith, Mitchell Plitnick, Nadia Owusu, Nnedi Okorafor, Noah Warren, Notable Online, Patricia Lockwood, Prageeta Sharma, Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, Robert Darnton, Ron Koertge, Rose Solari, Sabina Murray, Saida Agostini, Sarah Gailey, Sarah Schulman, T'ai Freedom Ford, Talib Kweli, Tarfia Faizullah, Terrance Hayes, tochi onyebuchi, Yaba Blay, Yona Harvey
Literary events in and around Chicago this week!
Tags: Ann Lauterbach, Ben Austen, Chicago, David Wellbery, E. Patrick Johnson, Imani Rupert-Gordon, Jeffrey Haas, Johanny Vázquez Paz, Joshua Mehigan, Kevin Coval, Michael Eric Dyson, Notable Chicago, Robert Pippin, T.J. Clark, Yolanda Nieves
Literary events in and around Philly this week!
Tags: Amy Jannotti, Glorious Piner, Hazel the Aura, Homay King, James Feichthaler, Jane Golden, Jena Osman, Jim Saunders, Karyn Olivier, Ken Lum, Kirk Savage, Krisann Janowitz, Laurie Allen, Marc Lamont Hill, Marcelline Delbecq, Marisa Williamson, Michael Eric Dyson, Notable Philadelphia, Octavia McBride-Ahebee, Paul Farber, Philadelphia, Rebecca Kokitus, Ronan Farrow, Ursula Rucker, Zach Savich
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Tags: alt-right, american south, Ann Atwater, Arkansas, Arlie Russell Hochschild, Arlie Russell Hoschschild, Bill Clinton, Bill Maher, C.P. Ellis, Charlottesville, Christian Picciolini, Civil War, classism, confederate, David Margolick, deplorables, Donald Trump, Dylann Roof, Elizabeth Eckford, Eula Biss, hate crimes, Hazel Bryan, Hillary Clinton, James Alex Field Jr., Life After Hate, Little Rock, Little Rock Nine, Media, Michael Eric Dyson, Nancy Isenberg, notes from no man's land, Peter Cvjetanovic, photographs, photography, Racism, Reconstruction, Robert E. Lee, rush limbaugh, Ryan M. Kelly, Samuel Corum, Sarah T., Sarah Trembath, segregation, slavery, Strangers in their Own Land, Trump, Washington DC, White Supremacy, white trash, White Trash: 400-year History of Class in America, Will Counts
Saturday 4/22: Mara Helal and Jeremy Sigler join the Segue Series. Zinc Bar, 4:30 p.m., $5. Sunday 4/23: Donald Nicholson-Smith and Emma Ramadan present Abdellatif Laâbi’s In Praise of Defeat, translated from the French. Berl’s Poetry Shop, 5 p.m., free. Rosebud Ben-Oni, Ben Pease, Cooper Wilheim, Isabella Desendi, and Marina Weiss join the Dead Rabbits […]
Tags: Abdelfattah Kilito, Abdellatif Laâbi, Alan Keegan, Alan Lessik, Alan Semerdjian, Alec Niedenthal, alexandria marzano-lesnevich, Alice Ostriker, Alina Gregorian, Allison Sylvia, Amanda Maciel, Amanda Petrusich, Amy Poeppel, Anton Yakovlev, Armando Jaramillo Garcia, Bei Dao, Ben Pease, Catherine Blauvelt, Chris Campanioni, Christine Reilly, Christopher Janigian, Cooper Wilheim, Cristina Alger, Deirdre Coyle, Do Not Sell at Any Price, Donald Nicholson-Smith, Dora Malech, Doree Shafrir, Elizabeth M. Edman, elizabeth strout, Emi Berquist, Emma Ramadan, Eric Bates, Frederick McKindra, Graeme Macrae, Hannah Lillith Assadi, Isabella Desendi, Jackie Braje, Jamie Brenner, Jeffrey Yang, jenna wortham, Jennifer Hope Choi, Jenny Zhang, Jeremy Sigler, Jessie Gaynor, Joe Okonkwo, JUlian Talamantez Brolaski, Kathy Anderson, Kathy Engel, Keegan Lester, Knives & Ink: Chefs and the Stories Behind Their Tattoos, Lauren Hilger, Layli Long Soldier, Lee Sharkey, Liza Jessie Peterson, Liza Peterson, Lucia Stacey, Lucy Jane Bledsoe, Mara Helal, Marc Kaminsky, Marina Weiss, Mark Solomon, Martha Zweig, Matthew Binder, Matthew Griffin, Melissa Febos, Michael Eric Dyson, Nancy Agabian, Nancy Hightower, New York City, Nicholas Oliver Moore, Nicole Haroutunian, notable new york, Notable NYC, Rachel Boyadjis, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Sarah Anne Wallen, Scarlett Sabet, sophie calle, Stephen Langlois, Susan Barba, Tony Trilger, Truck Darling, Wendy Xu, will schwalbe
Thursday 3/16: Looking to discuss fascinating articles you’ve reading in a magazine or online site? Join Portland’s new Article’s Club—like a book club but with articles found in places like Vogue or the Atlantic. The Perlene, 6:30 p.m., free. Michael Eric Dyson reads from his new book, Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America, […]
Tags: Allison Cobb, Amy Temple Harper, Anis Mojgani, Beth Hyams, Bobby Eversmann, C.M. Spivey, Chelsea Bieker, Christian Shan Shan Hou, Christine Shan Shan Hou, Chrys Tobey, Constance Ann Fitzgerald, David Shields, Diana Kirk, Hannah Pass, James Gendron, Jamie Mortara, Jenna Marie Fletcher, Jon-Michael Frank, Joshua James Amberson, Julia Clare Tillinghast, Keith Rosson, Kelly Running, Kyle Jensen, Lisa Alber, Lizzy Shannon, Matvei Yankelevich, Michael Eric Dyson, Michael Finkel, Michael Harper, Notable Portland, Rodney Koeneke, Sarah Galvin, Stephanie Wong Ken, Tiffany Scandal, Tomas Moniz, Tyler Sowa, Zach Ellis, Zoey Leigh Peterson
Thursday 1/19: Celebrate at the press party for the January edition of PQ Monthly. Scandals, 5 p.m., free. Experience the long-awaited showdown between Portland’s two most active slam-poetry scenes: Slamlandia vs. Portland Poetry Slam! Hosted by Robyn Bateman, this face-off will feature Nikki Burian, Kojo, Jill Greenseth, and Clementine Von Radics representing the Portland Poetry […]
Tags: Clementine Von Radics, Jamie Mortara, Jane Belinda, Jill Greenseth, Josselyn Haldeman, Kat Salas, Kojo, Lili St. Anne, Michael Eric Dyson, Nikki Burian, Notable Portland, Portland Poetry Slam, PQ Monthly, Rene Denfeld, Rick Rubin, Robyn Bateman, Sam Robinson, Saran van Gelder, Slamlandia, TK Layman, Zoe Zuchlag
Monday 1/16: It’s MLK Day. Take some time today to read one of those fancy new books you bought. Tuesday 1/17: Gregg Hurwitz discusses and signs his new thriller The Nowhere Man. 6:30 p.m. at Diesel Brentwood. David Lida discusses and signs One Life, in conversation with Alex Espinoza. 7 p.m. at Book Soup.
Tags: Alexis Sedacca, Carole Bayer Sager, Cody Goodfellow, David Lida, Difficult Women, Emily McDowell, Finding Thurston, Gregg Hurwitz, Homesick for Another World, Is It All In Your Head?: True Stories of Imaginary Illness, Jacob Schwartz, Jay Murphy, Jenny Funkmeyer, John Palisano, jonathan ames, Joshua Mohr, June Dixon, Kristine McKenna, La Luz de Jesus, Lauren Candia, Lisa Morton, Maria Alexander, Martin Pousson, Matt Kennedy, Michael Eric Dyson, Notable L.A., notable los angeles, One Life, Ottessa Moshfegh, Richard Sandler, Roxane Gay, S.A. Griffin, Seanan McGuire, Suzanne O’Sullivan, Tami Roman, The Artaud Effect, The Eyes of the City, The Nowhere Man, The Rise of Sequential Art, The Very English Lady, There Is No Good Card for This, They’re Playing Our Song, Xach Fromson
Seven hours. Sixty events. Two hundred writers. That’s what you’ll find at the Oakland Book Festival this Sunday, May 22. Michael Eric Dyson will be there. So will Mary Roach, Victor LaValle, Emily Raboteau, and Larissa MacFarquhar, to name just a few. They’ll be talking about labor movements, immigration, drug trafficking, altruism, censorship, prisons, restorative justice, […]