– 07/31/2019

Join Women & Children First for an author conversation with Darrel J. Mcleod (MAMASKATCH, 2019) and Terese Marie Mailhot.

– 07/18/2019

Join Book Culture on Thursday, July 18th to welcome Margaret Renkl and her debut memoir, Late Migrations (2019).

– 06/19/2019

Beth Dooley and Mette Nielsen present Sweet Nature at Magers & Quinn Booksellers. This event includes a discussion with refreshments and a book signing.

– 06/25/2019

Join the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum for an evening with renowned author and naturalist J. Drew Lanham for his talk, "Forever Gone – Extinction and the Case for Ecological Reparations." Doors open at 6pm, and lecture begins at 6:30pm.

– 07/17/2019

Join White Whale Books in mid-summer to welcome Margaret Renkl, on tour for her book of essays, Late Migrations (2019). 


– 06/11/2019

To commemorate the International Year of Indigenous Languages and the US publication of his book, please join the Canadian Consulate & Permanent Mission to the UN for a reading, conversation and reception with Darrel J. McLeod, author of the Governor General's Award-winning memoir, Mamaskatch.

– 06/11/2019

Poet John James (The Milk Hours, 2019) will read in the Marc Jacobs Reading Room. 

Rick Barot is the author of The Galleons, as well as three previous volumes of poetry: The Darker Fall; Want; which was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and won the 2009 Grub Street Book Prize; and Chord. Chord received the UNT Rilke Prize, the PEN Open Book Award, and the Publishing Triangle’s Thom Gunn Award. It was also a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. He is the poetry editor for New England Review. He lives in Tacoma, Washington, and directs The Rainier Writing Workshop, the low-residency MFA program in creative writing at Pacific Lutheran University.

Kristen Case is a coeditor of 21 | 19: Contemporary Poets in the Nineteenth-Century Archive. She is also the author of American Pragmatism and Poetic Practice: Crosscurrents from Emerson to Susan Howe, as well as two collections of poems, Little Arias and Principles of Economics. She is also coeditor of Thoreau at 200: Essays and Reassessments and director of Thoreau’s Kalendar: A Digital Archive of the Phenological Manuscripts of Henry David Thoreau. She teaches at the University of Maine at Farmington, where she is director of the New Commons Project.

Alexandra Manglis is a coeditor of 21 | 19: Contemporary Poets in the Nineteenth-Century Archive. She is also a writer and and cofounder of the experimental poetry magazine Wave Composition. Her work has appeared in The Millions, the Times Literary Supplement, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and Strange Horizons. She is a graduate of the Clarion West Writers Workshop and holds a DPhil in English from the University of Oxford. She lives in Nicosia, Cyprus.


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