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Celebrate the talented local writers in Chattanooga! The Chattanooga Author Showcase will feature nine authors  and their published works in fiction, poetry, nonfiction, essay, memoir, short story, young adult, and children’s genres. Along with music, drinks, and tables […]

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Join Vermont author Benjamin Roesch (Fiction, January 2016) on Zoom to celebrate the release of his new young adult novel, Blowin’ My Mind Like a Summer Breeze. Registration is free, but book purchases are welcomed and appreciated. Benjamin Roesch has an MFA […]

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Join the 5th annual Bronx Book Festival! Thursday, June 9th celebrates the 2nd annual virtual Educator Day; Friday, June 10th is the kickoff with the Bookish in the Bronx party; Saturday, June 11th will be in-person (for the […]

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Join the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival’s Support Caribbean Writers Tour with writer Celeste Mohammed (Fiction, June 2016) celebrating Pleasantview. The tour runs June 06 -16 at various venues in Brooklyn and one stop in Washington, DC. Pleasantview, though set in Trinidad […]

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The Salt Eaters Bookshop will be hosting National Book Award Finalist and Printz Award Honoree Candice Iloh for the release of their sophomore YA novel, Break This House (Penguin Random House/Dutton Books). Iloh will be joined by The Salt Eaters Bookshop owner, Asha […]

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Join Barnes & Noble as we welcome New York Times bestselling author, Katie Cotugno (Fiction, June 2015), for a live, virtual discussion of BIRDS OF CALIFORNIA — a sharply sexy and whip-smart romantic comedy where sparks fly and things get real set against […]

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May is Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month, but true diversity and inclusivity is so much more than a heritage month. Join authors Gayatri Sethi, Celeste Mohammed, and Adiba Jaigirdar as they discuss what AANHPI […]

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“Belchertown: The History, The Joy, The Land” is hosted by Belchertown Justice Collaborative in collaboration with the Belchertown Department of Conservation and Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. This project was made possible by grant funding from the Massachusetts Municipal […]
Candice Iloh (WFYP, June 2017) has an essay in LitHub, “The Complex Grief of Losing a Mother You Already Mourned.” A.J. Verdelle (Fiction, MFA Faculty) has an excerpt from her new literary memoir Miss Chloe: A Memoir of […]
July Westhale (Poetry, June 2013) is featured on the Lesley University Why We Write podcast in “July Westhale Goes to the Moon’s Moon.” Andrea Wang (WFYP, June 2011) is interviewed in The Picture Book Buzz about her forthcoming […]
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