– 04/08/2019

Join A Novel Idea for the Philadelphia launch of poet Edgar Kunz's collection Tap Out. The event will feature a reading by Kunz, as well as local authors Grady Chambers (North American Stadiums, 2018) and Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach. Copies of the authors' books will be for sale and complimentary refreshments will be offered.

– 03/27/2019

Poet Michael Bazzett will read from his tranlation of The Popul Vuh, the Mayan creation epic. 

– 03/27/2019

Guest author Ed Pavlić reads from his latest novel Another Kind of Madness and talks with Serpentine Fire artists Umar Rashid and Duane Paul about art, music, border crossings, and Chicago.

Reception and music following the conversation.

– 03/29/2019

William Brewer (I Know Your Kind, 2017) will read at the Heathman Hotel Library along with Eduardo C. Corral, Hafizah Geter, Edgar Kunz, Paige Lewis, and Marcus Wicker.

– 03/23/2019

Playwright, two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, Tony Award nominee, and author, Sarah Ruhl will deliver a talk and signing of her recently released book, Letters from Max: A Book of Friendship.

– 03/24/2019

Join the Vachel LInsday Association for the book launch of John McCarthy's Scared Violent LIke HOrses. 

– 04/15/2019

Edgar Kunz and Grady Chamber (North American Stadiums, 2018) will read at The Ivy Bookshop.

– 03/25/2019

Join Francis W. Parker School in welcoming back to campus five outstanding alumni poets for an evening of poetry. Grady Chambers (North American Stadiums, 218) will read along with Callie Siskel, Elise Paschen, Sophie Grimes, and Julian Randall.  The program includes a reading and a student-moderated discussion on “What it means to be a poet in 2019,” followed by a book signing. 

– 03/26/2019

Scientist Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of the prize-winning Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants and Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses, and Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Richard Powers, author of The Overstory, join Harvard Divinity School writer-in-residence Terry Tempest Williams, author of Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place and The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks, in conversation.

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