2019 Annual Awards & Benefit Dinner
Tuesday, December 10th at Cipriani
Our 2019 Annual Benefit and Awards Dinner will be held on Tuesday, December 10th at The Cunard Building, 25 Cipriani BroadwayRead More
Author/Editor: Uncovering the Narratives of Free Black Communities in Africaville
Tuesday, January 14th at The Center for Fiction
Jeffrey Colvin discusses writing, editing, and publishing his debut novel Africaville with his Amistad Press editor Patrik Henry Bass.Read More
Garth Greenwell Presents Cleanness with Andrea Lawlor
Wednesday, January 15th at The Center for Fiction
Garth Greenwell in conversation with writer Andrea Lawlor to mark the launch of his highly-anticipated new novel.Read More
Recent Irish Literature: The Nightmare & Dream of History
Thursday, January 30th - May 28th at The Center for Fiction
Reflecting on his homeland of Ireland, Stephan Dedalus in James Joyce’s Ulysses comments, “history is the nightmare from which I am trying to awakeRead More
2019 Annual Awards and Benefit Dinner
Tuesday, 6:30 pm December 10, 2019Our 2019 Annual Benefit and Awards Dinner will be held on Tuesday, December 10th at The Cunard Building, 25 Cipriani Broadway
2019 First Novel Fête
Monday, 6:30 pm December 9, 2019Join us as we celebrate this year’s First Novel Prize finalists with readings, cocktails & door prizes! Proceeds support our KidsRead/KidsWrite...
November Best SellersFrom Carmen Maria Machado’s In the Dream House to Andrea Long Chu’s Females, check out our bookstore’s top...
Members Only: The Literarians
Wednesday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm December 18, 2019The Literarians is a free discussion group open to members of The Center.
Writers Council Picks: Six Recommendations from Richard PowersRichard PowersCheck out six great picks from novelist Richard Powers, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Overstory and member of our Writers Council.
Junior Edition: Suit UpCelia McGeeThis Junior Edition features tales inspired by mythology & folklore. From Anansi to Antigone, these books have deep storytelling roots.