– 04/05/2019

Ed Pavlić reads from and discusses his new novel, Another Kind of Madness, and appears in conversation with Adam McGee, Boston Review editor.

– 03/22/2019

Ed Pavlić (Another Kind of Madness) and Abigail DeWitt (News of Our Loved Ones) discuss their far-reaching fiction, featuring characters faced with global and personal turbulence. Book sales and signing will follow.

– 08/08/2019

Reading together since 1878, the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle has remained a leader in adult education through quality programming. Reading together since 1878, the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle has remained a leader in adult education through quality programming. Each summer, the CLSC chooses at least nine books of literary quality and invites the authors to Chautauqua present their work to an audience of approximately 1,000 readers, and Letters from Max by Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo was chosen to be a part of the series this summer. 

Notes from the Field: Hold On Everybody

Our staff is constantly deep in the weeds of all the news about our books—what’s new or coming soon, new conversations about books published years ago—and if you aren’t constantly on the lookout, it might be easy to miss what’s happening in all corners of the literary internet. Enter this new series, in which our staff rounds up the latest not-to-be-missed Milkweed highlights.

– 04/10/2019

In partnership with The Merwin Conservancy, the museum hosts an intimate evening in The Green Room with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer. The Green Room is an environmental and literary salon series that fosters a reverence for language, nature, and imagination. Dr. Kimmerer's presentation will be followed by a book signing at a courtyard reception with a pop-up book store.

 

– 04/05/2019

The Merwin Conservancy hosts an intimate evening in The Green Room with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer. The Green Room is an arts and ecology salon series that fosters a reverence for language, nature, and imagination in the community. Dr. Kimmerer’s presentation will be followed by a book signing at a courtyard reception with refreshments, and pop-up book store.

– 03/14/2019

Hear from first-time authors as they read from their debut volumes of fiction and poetry and discuss the path to publication. Caitlin Bailey is the author of Solve for Desire, which won the 2017 Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry. Maureen Aitken is the author of The Patron Saint of Lost Girls, winner of the Nilsen Literary Prize for a First Novel. And Donte Collins, the inaugural Youth Poet Laureate of Saint Paul, recently published the poetry collection Autopsy.

– 03/20/2019

Join Milkweed Editions and Interabang Books for the launch of Another Last Day by Alex Lemon! Held at Interabang Books, there will be a book sicussion and signing. 

– 04/09/2019

Join the staff of Inkwell Literary Magazine in welcoming poet Michael Bazzett, who will give a reading of his work. Questions and conversation will follow.

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