On America: Black Women on Feminism and Pop Culture with Sesali Bowen, Zeba Blay, and Shayla Lawson
What can mainstream feminism learn from game-changing Black women like Lizzo, Megan Thee Stallion, and Cardi B? Entertainment journalist Sesali...
Craft of Fiction: Peter Ho Davies on The Art of Revision with Julie Buntin
Peter Ho Davies returned to The Center for Fiction for another deep dive into the art of revision, this time for the launch of...
The Art of the Short Story: Jocelyn Nicole Johnson on My Monticello with Deesha Philyaw
Jocelyn Nicole Johnson brings “a voice that is vital and unlike anything else you’ve known before” (Nana Kwame...
Story/Teller: Gary Shteyngart Presents Our Country Friends with Sloane Crosley and Frank Wood
Gary Shteyngart, “one of his generation’s most original and exhilarating writers,” according to the New York Times...
On America: Jelani Cobb on The Essential Kerner Commission Report with Arva Rice
Jelani Cobb, Columbia University professor and New Yorker correspondent, joined us to discuss the launch of The...
The Center for Fiction Presents an Evening with Yvonne Orji
We hosted a night to remember with stand-up comic and Emmy-nominated actress Yvonne Orji as she shared her frank and fresh advice...
Tiphanie Yanique on Monster in the Middle with Brandon Taylor
Fly and Stela meet in New York City, and it’s fate. As they discover more about each other through their budding romance, the two must decide...
How Do We Sustain a Translation Practice?
How can we maintain a sustained practice of translation, especially if translation is not our only commitment? Bruna Dantas Lobato—translator...
Brad Kessler on North with Lynn Nottage
Critically-acclaimed author Brad Kessler (Goat Song) returns with a powerful new novel about the intertwining lives...
On America: Donald Antrim on One Friday in April with Deborah Treisman
America has begun to grapple with new ideas of mental health and wellness in the public discourse. Donald Antrim (Elect Mr