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Philadelphia: Reading and Conversation With Annie Liontas (In Person)

Parkway Central Library 1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA

In an in-person event presented by the Free Library of Philadelphia, I'll be reading and chatting with Annie Liontas, author of Let Me Explain You and co-editor of the anthology A Manner of Being: Writers on their Mentors. The event is free, but you need to register beforehand—you can do that here.

Free

Los Angeles: Reading and Conversation with Angela Flournoy (In Person)

Skylight Books 1818 NORTH VERMONT AVE, Los Angeles, CA

I'll be reading and chatting with Angela Flournoy, the author of The Turner House, which was a finalist for the National Book Award. The novel won the VCU Cabell First Novel Prize and was also a finalist for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize and an NAACP Image Award.

Free

Minneapolis: Reading and Conversation with Asali Solomon (Virtual)

Virtual

I'll be reading and chatting with Asali Solomon, the author of The Days of Afrekete, Disgruntled, and Get Down: Stories, which earned her a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award and the National Book Foundation’s “5 Under 35” honor, and was a finalist for the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award. Solomon teaches fiction writing and literature of the African Diaspora… Continue reading Minneapolis: Reading and Conversation with Asali Solomon (Virtual)

Free

San Francisco: Reading and Conversation with Oscar Villalon (In Person)

Green Apple Books on the Park 1231 9th Ave, San Francisco

In an in-person event presented in partnership with ZYZZYVA, I'll be reading and chatting with Oscar Villalon, the managing editor at ZYZZYVA. His writing has appeared in Freeman’s, the Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, Literary Hub, and other publications. Masks required for in-person attendance—or you can watch online by registering here!  

Free

Sacramento: Reading and Conversation

Capital Books 1011 K Street, Sacramento, CA

A reading, talk and Q&A in the heart and heat of downtown Sacramento, upstairs in Capital Books on K's Flamingo Lounge.

Free

Seattle: Reading And Conversation with Piper Lane (In Person)

Elliott Bay Book Company 1521 Tenth Avenue, Seattle, Washington

I'll be reading and chatting with Seattle writer, doula, and fisherman Piper Lane, who herself hails from Homer, Alaska. She has a first novel-in-progress, Standing in the Bight, and has been a Hugo House Fellow and Hedgebrook resident. The event is free, but you should register beforehand. You can do that here.

Free

Berlin Launch Party: Reading and Conversation with Jane Flett

Lettrétage Veteranenstraße 21, Berlin, 10119

In conversation with Jane Flett, whose fiction has been appeared on BBC Radio 4, in Electric Literature, and awarded the Berlin Senate Award for non-German literature and the Scottish Book Trust New Writer Award. After the brief reading there will be a book signing (books provided by Curious Fox) followed by drinks and dancing.

Free

International Literature Festival Berlin—Landpartie: Alaska Reading and Birdwatching in Brandenburg. With Rebecca Rukeyser, Nell Zink und dem NABU

Bahnhof Wilmersdorf [b. Angermünde] Angermünde, Brandenburg

Together with friends, the writer Lola Randl has transformed a train station in Brandenburg into a cultural venue. The ilb will be there for a reading and bird-watching stroll for… Continue reading International Literature Festival Berlin—Landpartie: Alaska Reading and Birdwatching in Brandenburg. With Rebecca Rukeyser, Nell Zink und dem NABU

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