The Merchant 'In' Venice
A preview reading of selected scenes and a discussion of “The Merchant of Venice” on May 2nd. READ MORE
In Conversation: Amara Lakhous and Adam Shatz
International author Amara Lakhous will be joined in conversation with Adam Shatz to discuss his new novel "The Prank of the Good Little Virgin of Via Ormea" on May 3rd. READ MORE
Granta: New Irish Writing
A panel celebrating Granta's spring issue focused on the best writing out of Ireland, on May 4th. READ MORE
Bright Lines by Tanwi Nandini Islam
For this KidsRead event, 2015 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize finalist Tanwi Nandini Islam will speak with high school students about her debut novel. She will discuss the theme of crossing borders, in conjunction with The Big Read. READ MORE
CFA Master Class: Sara Paretsky
No Tokens Issue 5: Launch Celebration
In Conversation: Idra Novey, Rivka Galchen & Francisco Goldman
The Bridge Series: Contracts
The Red Pencil by Andrea Davis Pinkney
To celebrate Granta Magazine's spring issue, "New Irish Writing," we're hosting a conversation on the state of Irish writing, featuring acclaimed novelists Colm Tóibín and Belinda McKeon, poet and novelist Mary O'Donoghue, Belfast poet Stephen Sexton, and introducing fiction writer Sally Rooney.
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