Virtual author readings for October 17-Oct. 23

MONDAY

Elisabeth Strout (“Ah Guillaume!”) Is in conversation with Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney at 6 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore (tickets are $ 32.50 and include a mailed copy of the book). . . Julie sedivy (“Memory speaks: on the loss and reconquest of language and of oneself”) Is in conversation with Katherine D. Kinzler at 7 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore . . . Jennifer barbier (“Works on paper”) Is in conversation with Jan Schreiber, Judith Steinbergh, and Zvi A. Sesling in person at 7 p.m. at Brookline Bookstore . . . Sasha sagan (“For little creatures like us: rituals to find meaning in our unlikely world”) Is read in person at 7 p.m. at Bookstore & Café Trident . . . CAConrad (“Amanda Paradis“) and Diane seuss (“Frank: Sonnets”) Read at 7 p.m. at Harvard Woodberry Poetry Hall . . . Cammy thomas (“Tremors“) and Joan houlihan (“It’s not a ghost if it lives in your chest”) Read at 7:15 pm to Cambridge Center for Adult Education (tickets cost $ 3). . . Darling Dimaline (“Hunting by the stars”) Is in conversation with Tommy Orange at 8 p.m. at An improbable story.

TUESDAY

Kate clifford larson (“Walk with me: a biography of Fannie Lou Hamer”) Is read in person and virtually at noon at Boston Athenaeum (ticket prices depend on in-person or virtual presence). . . Askold Melnyczuk (“The Man Who Didn’t Want to Bow: and Other Stories“) and Gene Kwak (“Go home, Ricky!”) Are in conversation with Nina MacLaughlin at 5 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore . . . Brad Meltzer and Christophe Eliopoulos (“I am Oprah Winfrey”) Mon at 6 p.m. at Brookline Bookstore . . . Mae Ngai (“The Chinese Question: The Gold Rush and Global Politics”) Is in conversation with Jia lynn yang at 6 p.m. at Boston Public Library . . . Rachel Kushner (“The crowd lasts: 2000-2020 trials”) Is in conversation with James wood at 6 p.m. at Harvard Mahindra Humanities Center . . . George Howe Colt, Paul Elie, Megan marshall, Michelle nijhuis, and Stacey Vanek Smith (“Now Comes the Right Sail: Writers Reflect on Henry David Thoreau”) Are in conversation with André Blauner at 7 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore . . . Marguerite Owen (“Petty thieves”) Is in conversation with LL McKinney at 7 p.m. at Carré Porter Books . . . Spencer quinn (“It’s a wonderful Woof”) Is read in person at 7 p.m. at An improbable story.

WEDNESDAY

Jane goodall (“The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Tough Times”) Is in conversation with Evan antin at noon at Harvard Bookstore (tickets cost $ 33.75 and include a mailed copy of the book). . . Nicole R. Fleetwood (“Racism in America”) reads at 5:00 p.m. at Lesley University . . . Stephane Alexandre (“Fear of a Dark Universe: An Outsider’s Guide to the Future of Physics”) Reads at 6 p.m. in Harvard Bookstore . . . Mary gaitskill (“The Devil’s Treasure: A Book of Stories and Dreams”) Is in conversation with Yiyun Li at 7 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore (tickets are chargeable or $ 41 for admission and a mailed copy of the book). . . Cassandra Khaw (“Nothing but blackened teeth”) Is in conversation with Paul Tremblay at 7 p.m. at Brookline Bookstore . . . Sabrina Benaim (“I love you, remind me: poems”) Is in conversation with Melissa Lozada-Oliva at 7 p.m. at Carré Porter Books . . . Brant Cooper (“Proof of rupture: empowering people, creating value, driving change”) Is in conversation with Robert buderi at 7 p.m. at Belmont Books . . . Michel tougias (“Griffes”) reads in person at 7 p.m. at An improbable story . . . Dina nayeri (“The ungrateful refugee: what immigrants never tell you”) Reads at 7 p.m. in Boston College.

THURSDAY

Robert krim and Alan R. Earls (“Boston Made: from revolution to robotics, innovations that changed the world”) Read in person at 2 p.m. at the central branch of Boston Public Library . . . Saundra Mitchell and Malinda Lo (“All Out: The No Longer Secret Stories Of Gay Teens Through The Ages”) Read at 3 p.m. at Boston Public Library . . . Anthony horowitz (“A line to kill”) Is in conversation Jeff Kinney at 5 p.m. at An improbable story (tickets cost $ 29.74 for admission and a copy of the book and signed ex-libris to pick up, or $ 38.69 to send). . . Sarah ruhl (“Smile: the story of a face”) Is in conversation with John lahr at 6 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore (tickets are chargeable or $ 32.50 for admission and a mailed copy of the book and signed ex-libris). . . Maggie Tokuda-Hall and lisa sterle (“Team”) Read at 7 p.m. at Carré Porter Books . . . Judy Bolton Fasman (“Asylum: A Memoir of Family Secrets”) is in conversation with Jessica keener at 7 p.m. at Belmont Books . . . Susan B. Thumbs (“Advocating for the environment: how to harness your power and take action”) Is read in person at 7 p.m. at Bookstore & Café Trident . . . Chloe O. Davis (“The Queens’ English: The LGBTQIA + dictionary of lingo and colloquialisms”) Is in conversation with Christina Pascucci-Ciampa at 7:30 p.m. at Everything she wrote books.

FRIDAY

Myisha Cherry (“The case for rabies: why anger is essential in the fight against racism”) Is in conversation with Jason reynolds at noon at Harvard Bookstore . . . Farah Stockman (“American Made: what happens to people when work goes missing”) Is in conversation with Margery Eagan at 7 p.m. at Harvard Bookstore . . . Chuck wendig (“Dust and sinister”) Is in conversation with Dalila S. Dawson at 7 p.m. at Carré Porter Books.

SATURDAY

Ivy Noelle Weir and Amber Padilla (“The 81st Street Secret Garden”) Are in conversation with Elly swartz at 6 p.m. at Brookline Bookstore . . . Melissa Shapiro (“Piglet: the unexpected story of a deaf, blind, pink puppy and his family”) Is read in person at 6 p.m. at An improbable story.


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