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Author Events in December

978-1-4780-0081-5Several of our authors will be on the road this month. Here’s your chance to get your signed copy, which would make a great gift!

December 1: Bianca Williams will have a reading and discussion of her book The Pursuit of Happiness at Cafe con Libros.
5:00pm, 724 Prospect Pl., Brooklyn, NY 11216

December 3: See Vexy Thing author Imani Perry in conversation with Simone White at The Graduate Center.
6:30pm, 365 Fifth Avenue, 9100: Skylight Room, New York, NY 10016

December 4: The Potter’s House is hosting a book signing 978-1-4780-0153-9with author John Lindsay-Poland for his new book Plan Colombia.
6:30pm,  1658 Columbia Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20009

December 4: The Getty Center will host a discussion with South of Pico author Kellie Jones on the Rise of Performance Art in the 1970s.
7:30pm, 1200 Getty Center Dr., Los AngelesCA 90049

December 6: How Would You Like to Pay? author Bill Maurer will speak at the big.bright.minds. 2018 conference.
8:30am, Filene Research Institute, 1010 E. Washington Ave., Suite 306, Madison, WI 53703

December 6: Sara Ahmed, author of Living a Feminist Life, and several other books, lectures on Complaint as Diversity Work at Central European University in Budapest. Her next book, What’s the Use?, will be out in late 2019.
6:00pm Nador u. 9, Monument Building, Budapest Hungary

December 7: Duke University’s Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities, & History of Medicine  will host a lecture by Comfort Measures Only author Rafael Campo.
12:00pm, 2301 Erwin Road, Durham, NC 27705

December 7: Marisol de la Cadena and Mario Blaser will participate in a symposium on their collection A World of Many Worlds at Duke University’s Rubenstein Library.
9:00am, 411 Chapel Dr., Durham, NC 27705

Laughing at the DevilDecember 9: Amy Laura Hall will give a lecture at St. David’s Episcopal Church on her book Laughing at the Devil.
10:45am, 301 E 8th Street, Austin, TX 78701

December 8: See Allan deSouza talk about his new book How Art Can Be Thought at the Asia Society.
2:00pm, 1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX 77004

December 10: Is It Still Good to Ya? author Robert Christgau will discuss his book in-conversation with Eric Lott at The Graduate Center.
6:30pm, 365 Fifth Avenue, 9100: Skylight Room, New York, NY 10016

December 10: City Lights Booksellers will host a book discussion with Dana Frank and Plan Colombia author John Lindsay-Poland.
7:00pm, 261 Columbus Avenue at Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94133

December 14: BookWoman will host a book talk with Amy Laura Hall, author of Laughing at the Devil.
7:00pm, 5501 N Lamar Blvd, Ste A105, Austin, Texas 78751

DukeUniversityPress_JamesBaldwin_LittleManDecember 15: Actor and childhood literacy advocate LeVar Burton joins with Aisha Karefa-Smart, editor Nicholas Boggs, Judith Thurman and Allison Criner Brown in a discussion of James Baldwin’s work, life, and the timeliness of the re-release of his children’s book Little Man, Little Man at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture. Children’s and family events are also scheduled.
4:30pm, 1400 Constitution Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20560

December 18: John Lindsay-Poland will celebrate his new book Plan Colombia at Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists.
7:00pm, 1924 Cedar St, Berkeley, CA 94709

Hope you can make it to one of these great events.

 

Author Events in November

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Several of our authors will be on the road this month. Here’s your chance to get your signed copy.

November 6: Jezebel Unhinged author Tamura Lomax will host a discussion at The College of William & Mary.
5:30pm, Sadler Center, Tidewater A/B, 200 Stadium Dr., Williamsburg, VA 23185

November 7: Garvin Theatre at Santa Barbara City College will host a book talk for Cherríe Moraga’s A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness.
6:00pm, 721 Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara, CA 93109

November 7: Sara Ahmed, author of Living a Feminist Life and several other books, lectures on Queer Use at Cambridge University. Her next book, What’s the Use?, will be out late in 2019.
5:00pm, McCrum Lecture Theatre, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RH, UK

November 8: Celebrate the release of Ralph Savarese’s See it Feelingly at Grinnell College.
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November 15: Gayatri Gopinath will have a book launch for Unruly Visions at New York University.
6:00pm, NYU Silver Center, Jurow Hall, 31 Washington Place, Floor 1, NYC 10003

November 16: Passionate and Pious author Monique Moultrie will participate in a discussion at the Iliff School of Theology with Dr. Rebecca Todd Peters.
6:30pm, University of Denver, Shattuck Hall, 2201 S. University Blvd,Denver, Colorado 80210

We’ll also be at a number of academic conferences in November. Please visit our booths at conferences sponsored by the American Studies Association, the National Women’s Studies Association, the African Studies Association, the American Academy of Religion, and the American Anthropological Association. All books in the booth are $20 and you can pick up a Feminist Killjoy t-shirt as well!

Author Events in October

Fall is here and many of our authors are on the road. From Spain to Australia be sure to check some of these events.

978-0-8223-7020-8October 6: See From the Tricontinental to the Global South author Anne Garland Mahler will discuss her book with Stan West at Stony Island Arts Bank.
3:00pm, 6760 S. Stony Island Ave., Chicago, IL 60649

October 7: Videology Bar & Cinema will host a talk for Racquel J. Gates’s new book Double Negative.
5:30pm, 308 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11249

October 9: Laughing at the Devil author Amy Laura Hall will deliver the annual Matthew Simpson Lecture at Simpson College.
7:00pm, 701 North C Street, Indianola, IA 50125

October 12: Allan deSouza will give the keynote at Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies 2018 Symposium, talking about his new book How Art Can Be Thought.
6:00pm, 511 NW Broadway, Portland, OR 97209

October 13: Authoring Autism author Melanie Yergeau will speak at the Love & Autism conference.
10:45am, Liberty Station Conference Center, 2600 Laning Rd., San Diego, CA, 92106

October 13: See David Grubbs, author of Now that the audience is assembled, and Ralph Savarese, author of See It Feelingly, at the Twin Cities Book Festival.
10:00am, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, 1265 Snelling Ave. N, St. Paul, MN 55108978-1-4780-0130-0.jpg

October 15: Libby Adler speaks at Princeton University about her book Gay Priori.
12:10pm, Princeton Law and Public Affairs Program, Wallace Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544

October 18: NYU Florence hosts Nicholas Boggs this month. He will give a talk entitled “From Tuscany to Harlem: James Baldwin and Yoran Cazac´s Little Man, Little Man: A Story of Childhood about the research that led to our republication of Baldwin’s lost children’s book.
Time TBA, Villa La Pietra, Via Bolognese, 120,
50139 Florence – Italy

October 20: The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona will host a conversation with The Communist and the Communist’s Daughter author Jane Lazarre and Bel Olid.
6:00pm, Montalegre, 5 – 08001 Barcelona, Spain

October 23: If you’re in Australia go see Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed give a lecture at The University of Melbourne.
6:30pm, Public Lecture Theatre, Old Arts Building, Parkville VIC 3010, Australia

October 23: M Archive author Alexis Pauline Gumbs will give a lecture at the University of Pennsylvania titled “Code Made Flesh: Sylvia Wynter Oracle.”
4:30pm, Fisher-Bennett Hall – Rm 401, 3340 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA, 19104-6273

October 24: The Wheeler Centre will host a talk with Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed.
6:15pm, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne Victoria 3000

October 24: Catch Ralph James Savarese discussing his book See It Feelingly at Prairie Lights bookstore.
7:00pm, 15 South Dubuque St., Iowa City, IA 52240

October 25: The Cow in the Elevator author Tulasi Srinivas will give a talk at Yale’s SASC Colloquium Series.
4:30pm, MacMillan Center, Henry R. Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven, CT 06520

Living a Feminist LifeOctober 25: Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed will give a lecture at University of Wollongong.
4:30pm, Building 25, Rm 107, University of Wollongong, Wollongong NSW 252, Australia

October 26: See It Feelingly author Ralph James Savarese will speak at the Neurodiversities Symposium at Duke University.
9:00am, 114 South Buchanan Blvd., Smith Warehouse, Bays 4 & 5, Durham, NC 27708

October 26: Landscapes of Power author Dana E. Powell will participate in a panel for her book at the 21st Diné Studies Conference at Diné College.
3:15pm, Ned Hatathli Center, Indian Route 64 & 1 Circle Dr. Tsaile, AZ 86556​

October 30: Katherine Verdery will sign copies of her new book My Life as a Spy at the 92nd Street Y.
12:00pm, 1395 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10128

October 30: Ralph James Savarese speaks about See It Feelingly at University of Northern Iowa.
Time and location to come.

Author Events in September

Baldwin_REV_jacket_frontFrom New York to Germany, several of our authors are on the road in September so check them out.

September 4: How Art Can Be Thought author Allan deSouza opens an exhibition at University of San Francisco’s Thacher Gallery called “Allan deSouza: Through the Black Country…”
3:00 pm, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
The exhibition runs through November 4, 2018

September 11: The Regulator Bookshop will host a reading with Amy Laura Hall for her book Laughing at the Devil.
7:00pm, 720 Ninth Street Durham, NC 27705

September 11: A panel discussion at the NYU Center for the Humanities kicks off a week of launch events in New York City for the new edition of James Baldwin’s Little Man, Little Man. The panel is hosted by the editors Nicholas Boggs and Jennifer DeVere Brody  and also features Baldwins niece and nephew Aisha Karefa-Smart and Tejan Karefa Smart, as well as scholars Dagmawi Woubshet, Steven Fullwood, and Sybil Cooksey.
6:00pm, 20 Cooper Square, Fifth Floor, New York, NY 10003

September 13: Jasbir Puar will revisit her book Terrorist Assemblages, recently reissued in a ten-year anniversary edition, at a reading for Bluestockings.
7:00pm, 172 Allen Street New York, NY 10002

September 13: The Christine Koenig Galerie will host a reading and concert for David Grubbs and his new book Now that the audience is assembled.
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September 13: Jacqueline Woodson will host a launch event  for James Baldwin’s Little Man, Little Man at The Schomburg Center with the editors Nicholas Boggs and Jennifer DeVere Brody as well as Aisha Karefa-Smart and Tejan “TJ” Karefa-Smart, James Baldwin’s niece and nephew, and writer Kia Corthon.
6:30pm, RSVP, 515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037

September 14: Continuing the James Baldwin celebration, Sugar Hill Children’s Museum will host a children’s event for Little Man, Little Man.
11:00am, RSVP, 898 St Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032

September 14: Gewölbe will host a reading and concert for David Grubbs and his latest book Now that the audience is assembled.
TBD, Hans-Böckler-Platz 2, Cologne, Germany 50672

September 15: James Baldwin’s Little Man, Little Man editors Nicholas Boggs and Jennifer DeVere Brody will give a special reading at McNally Jackson in Williamsburg.
3:00pm, 76 North 4th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Now that the audience is assembledSeptember 16: Now that the audience is assembled author David Grubbs continues through Germany stopping at Westwerk for another reading and concert.
TBD, Admiralitätstraße 74, 20459 Hamburg, Germany

September 17: David Grubbs will sign copies of Now that the audience is assembled and perform a concert at Pro QM Bookshop.
8:30pm, Almstadtstraße 48-50 D-10119 Berlin, Germany

September 22: Libby Adler discusses her book Gay Priori at East End Books Ptown.
6:00pm, 389 Commercial St., Provincetown, MA 02657

September 25: Susan Murray discusses her new book Bright Signals at the NYU Center for the Humanities.
6:00pm, 20 Cooper Square, Fifth Floor, New York, NY, 10003

September 26: Melanie Yergeau will be reading and signing copies of her book Authoring Autism at her book launch at CUNY.
5:15pm, CUNY School of Professional Studies, Room 407, 119 W 31st St, New York, NY 10001

Author Events in June

Summer is coming and our authors have some hot events coming up in June. Hope you can make it to some of them.

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June 1: Sami Schalk will read from her new book Bodyminds Reimagined at Big Idea Bookstore.
7:30pm, 4812 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

June 1: Gay Priori author Libby Adler will read and sign copies of her book at Porter Square Books.
6:30pm, 25 White St., Cambridge, MA 02140

June 2: Landscapes of Power author Dana Powell will participate in a panel on “Land and Power” at the Western People’s Convention.
6:00pm, Dilkon Southwest Fairgrounds, 35°23’04.1″N 110°18’28.7″W, Dilkon, AZ 86047

June 2: See David Grubbs perform and read from his new book Now that the audience is assembled at the KMAC Museum.
3:30pm, 715 W Main St., Louisville, KY 40202Gay Priori

June 6: The Museum of Russian Art will host a talk and an exhibition of William Brumfield’s work from his book Architecture at the End of the Earth. The exhibition runs through June 10.
6:00pm, 5500 Stevens Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55419

June 14: Catch From Washington to Moscow author Louis Sell discuss his book at the Louisville Free Public Library.
7:00pm, 301 York St, Louisville, Kentucky 40203

June 14: The Graham Foundation will host an in-conversation with In the Wake author Christina Sharpe and Torkwase Dyson.
6:00pm, 4 West Burton Place, Chicago, IL 60610

June 14: Yvonne Welbon will discuss and sign her book Sisters in the Life  at the opening night of the Black Lesbian Archives Exhibit at Affinity.
6:00pm, Affinity Community Services, 2850 S. Wabash, suite #108, Chicago, IL

June 20: See Susan Murray discuss and sign copies of her latest book Bright Signals at 92nd Street Y.
12:00pm, (between 91st & 92nd street) 1395 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10128

June 21: Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor author Tim Lawrence will give a keynote the University of Sussex’s Disco! An Interdisciplinary Conference
9:30am, Gardner Centre Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 9RA

Author events in May

978-0-8223-7117-5As the semester winds down, we hope you’ll have more time to attend one of our author events. You have multiple chances around the US to see Melanie Morrison discuss her book Murder on Shades Mountain this month, and UK audiences can catch Sara Ahmed several times in May.

May 1: Jane Lazarre will discuss her recent book The Communist and the Communist′s Daughter at the NYU Tamiment Library.
4:30pm, 70 Washington Square South, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10012

May 1: Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed will participate in a panel discussion at University of Cambridge.
4:00pm, Mill Lane Lecture Theatres, 8 Mill Lane, CB2 1RW. Cambridge, UK

Abject PerformancesMay 3: Brown University‘s Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America will host a book launch for Leticia Alvarado’s Abject Performances.
2:00 pm, Nicholson House, 96 Waterman Street, Providence, RI 02912

May 3: Rwandan Women Rising author Swanee Hunt will speak at Harvard University’s Spring Women’s Leadership Meeting.
12:30 pm, 5th Floor, Taubman Building, Harvard Kennedy School, 79 John F. Kennedy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

May 3: The Durham County Library and the Hayti Heritage Center will host a reading by Melanie Morrison of her new book Murder on Shades Mountain
7:00 pm, Great Hall, 804 Old Fayetteville St., Durham, NC 27701

May 8: Scuppernong Books will host a reading and book signing for Melanie Morrison’s new book Murder on Shades Mountain.
7:00 pm, 304 South Elm St., Greensboro, NC 27401

May 8: Chinese Surplus author Ari Larissa Heinrich will have a book launch at UC San Diego’s Cross Cultural Center.
3:00 pm, 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92093

Living a Feminist LifeMay 9: See Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed lecture at University of Hull.
5:00 pm, Cottingham Rd, Hull HU6 7RX, UK

May 10: Get your copy of Alexis Pauline Gumbs’s M Archive at the Philadelphia Contemporary’s Stellar Mass.
6:30 pm, Iron Gate Theater, 3700 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

May 10: The University of Sheffield will also host a public lecture with Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed.
5:30 pm, Lecture Theatre 1, The Diamond, 32 Leavygreave Road, Sheffield, S3 7R, UK

May 11: Don’t miss Sara Ahmed give a lecture at the University of Leeds.
5:00 pm, Conference Auditorium 1, Willow Terrace Road, Leeds, LS2 9DA, UK

May 14: Catch Murder on Shades Mountain author Melanie Morrison in DC when she has a reading at Busboys and Poets.
7:00 pm, Langston Room, 2021 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

May 16: Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed will give the qUCL Annual Lecture at the University College London.
6:00 pm, Darwin Lecture Theatre, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6XA, UK

May 16: The Willard Library will co-sponsor a book talk with Melanie Morrison at First Congregational Church.
6:30 pm, 145 Capitol Avenue, Battle Creek, MI

May 17: McNally Jackson bookstore in New York City hosts David Grubbs, author of Now that the audience is assembled.
7:00 pm, 52 Prince Street, New YorkNY 10012

May 19: Lauren Pond will present her photography book Test of Faith at The Seminary Co-op Bookstore.
3:00 pm, 5751 S Woodlawn Ave.,Chicago, IL 60637

May 23: Jessica Johnson will discuss her book Biblical Porn at Elliott Bay Book Company.
7:00 pm, 1521 Tenth Ave., Seattle, WA 98122

May 31: Books Inc. will host a book reading with Murder on Shades Mountain author Melanie Morrison.
7:00 pm, 1491 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, CA 94709

Author Events in April

April is a busy month for our authors. They’ll be speaking about their books around the US and we hope you can catch them at one of these great events.978-0-8223-7070-3

April 4: See The Rest of It author Martin Duberman reading from his new book at Book Culture.
7:00pm, 536 W 112th St., New YorkNY 10025

April 5: Brilliant Imperfection author Eli Clare will give a keynote at the White Privilege Conference.
8:00pm, Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, 187 Monroe Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

April 5: Melanie S. Morrison will also be at the White Privilege Conference. She’ll be signing copies of her new book Murder on Shades Mountain at a Meet the Speakers panel and reception.
7:00pm, Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, 187 Monroe Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

April 9: Vanderbilt University will host a lecture and book signing for Murder on Shades Mountain author Melanie S. Morrison.
4:30pm, Buttrick Hall, Room 102, 390 24th Avenue S., Nashville, TN 37212

April 12: The CUNY Graduate Center will host a talk with Lauren Berlant and Kathleen Stewart on their collaboration The Hundreds, forthcoming January 2019.
6:30pm, 1218: Segal Theatre, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016

April 12: Murder on Shades Mountain author Melanie Morrison will read from her book at East Lansing Public Library.
6:00pm, 950 Abbot Rd., East Lansing, MI 48823

April 13: Seminary Co-op Bookstore will host an event with Now that the audience is assembled author David Grubbs.
6:00pm, 5751 S Woodlawn, Chicago, IL 60637

978-0-8223-7147-2April 14: Listen to David Grubbs play guitar and also read from his new book Now that the audience is assembled at Corbett vs. Dempsey.
3:00pm, 1120 N. Ashland Avenue, 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60622

April 15: The Poughkeepsie American Association of University Women will host a tea with The Communist and the Communist’s Daughter author Jane Lazarre.
2:30pm, The Links at Union Vale, 153 North Parliman Rd., LaGrangeville, NY 12540

April 15: Catch Melanie S. Morrison talk about her book Murder on Shades Mountain at the Salus Center.
1:30pm, 624 E Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48912

April 18: Now that the audience is assembled author David Grubbs will perform and sign copies of his book at Rhizome DC.
9:00pm, 6950 Maple St NW, Washington DC 20012

April 19: The Red Room will host another reading/performance with David Grubbs.
TBD, 425 East 31st Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

April 22: Sunday morning Murder on Shades Mountain author Melanie S. Morrison will talk at First Congregational Church.
11:00am, 1024 Center Street North, Birmingham, AL 35204

April 24: Melanie S. Morrison will talk about her book Murder on Shades Mountain at the Avondale Library as apart of their “Birmingham Bound” Series.
6:00pm, 509 40th Street S., Birmingham, AL 35222

April 26: Catch Grateful Nation author Ellen Moore talk about her book at University of Berkeley’s Social Research Library.
4:00pm, 227 Haviland Path #6000, Berkeley, CA 94720

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April 26: Get your signed copy of Murder on Shades Mountain when Melanie S. Morrison talks at Birmingham-Southern College.
11:00am, Harbert Bldg Auditorium, 900 Arkadelphia Rd., Birmingham, AL 35254

April 26: Rutgers University will host a book launch event for Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim.
4:00pm, Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett Bldg, 162 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

April 29: Circle of Mercy hosts Melanie S. Morrison, who will give a sermon and sign copies of Murder on Shades Mountain.
5:00pm, 15 Overbrook Pl, Asheville, NC 28805

Catch our Authors at Events in March

You’ve got some great opportunities to catch our authors at events this month. Hope you can attend one!

978-0-8223-6953-0March 1: Black and Blur author Fred Moten will participate in a poetry reading at New York University alongside Ana Božičević.
7:00pm, Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House, 58 W. 10th Street, New York, NY 10011

March 1: See Kyla Schuller give a talk on her book The Biopolitics of Feeling at University of California, Davis.
12:00pm, Hart Hall, 301 Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616

March 3: Join Tina Campt and Brian Wallis for a conversation about her book Listening to Images at The Walther Collection Project Space.
2:00pm, 526 West 26th St., Suite 718 NYC 10001

March 7: Rwandan Women Rising author Ambassador Swanee Hunt will give the Lowell Lecture at the Harvard Extension School.
7:00pm, Emerson Hall 105, 25 Quincy St., Cambridge, MA 02138

March 7: Tufts University will host a talk with Chinese Surplus author Ari Heinrich.
4:30pm, Fung House, 48 Professors Row, Medford, MA 02155

March 8: Grateful Nation author Ellen Moore will speak at the University of California, Berkeley.
4:00pm, 2538 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94720

March 9: Living a Feminist Life author Sara Ahmed will give a lecture at Cambridge University.
5:15pm, McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College, Bene’t’ Street, CB2 1RH, UK

978-0-8223-7084-0March 9: Catch Alexis Pauline Gumbs at Charis Books and get your signed copy of M Archive.
7:30pm, 1189 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30307

March 14: Moon Palace Books will give you another chance see Alexis Pauline Gumbs again and hear her reading from M Archive.
6:30pm, 3032 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406

March 16: Spend an evening with Vibrator Nation author Lynn Comella at Good For Her.
6:30pm, 175 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1H3

March 20: Temple University will host a talk with Lynn Comella on Vibrator Nation.
12:30pm,  Anderson Hall, 1835 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122

March 20: Catch the Penn Book Center discussion of Vibrator Nation with author Lynn Comella.
6:00pm, 130 S. 34th Street, PhiladelphiaPA 19104-6304

March 21: Everyday Conversions author Attiya Ahmad will speak at Duke University’s John Hope Franklin Center.
12:00pm, Conference Hall, Room 240, 2204 Erwin Rd.,Durham, NC 27701

March 21: Martin Duberman discusses his new memoir The Rest of It with Larry Mass at the Bureau of General Services, Queer Division.
7:00pm, 208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York, NY, 10011

March 24: Eben Kirksey, editor of The Multispecies Salon, joins artist Patricia Piccinini in conversation with Elizabeth Finkel, editor-in-chief of COSMOS magazine as part of the World Science Festival Brisbane.
1:30pm, River Room, Queensland Gallery of Art | Gallery of Modern Art, Stanley Place, Cultural Precinct, South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia

March 25: Good Vibrations in Brookline will host a reading with Vibrator Nation author Lynn Comella.
1:00pm, 308 Harvard St. A, Brookline, MA 02446

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March 26: Enjoy happy hour hosted by Good Vibrations in Harvard Square with Lynn Comella and get you signed copy of her book Vibrator Nation.
6:30pm, 52 John F. Kennedy St, Cambridge, MA 02138

March 28: See Lynn Comella talk again at the Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure about Vibrator Nation.
7:00pm, 250 Main St #1 Pawtucket, RI 02860

March 29: Babeland and Strand Books will host a conversation with Vibrator Nation author Lynn Comella and Julie Scelfo.
7:00pm, 828 Broadway, New York City, NY 10003

Lynn Comella’s Spring Tour for Vibrator Nation

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Lynn Comella is back on the road headed to a city near you. Hope you can catch her at one of these great events.

Also, be sure to check out the review of Vibrator Nation in the New York Times Book Review.

Reading and Discussion
February 14, 4:30pm
University of Nevada, Las Vegas’s Sex Week
Student Union Green Room
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89154

Reading and Discussion
Lynn Comella in-conversation with Cyndi Darnell
February 21, 7:00 pm
The Melba Spiegeltent
35 Johnston St. Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia

Reading and Discussion
February 27, 7:00 pm
Max Black Adult Boutique
1/264 King St., Newtown, Sydney, Australia

Vibrators and Vino
March 16, 7:00 pm
Good For Her
175 Harbord St., Toronto, Canada M5S 1H3

Lecture
March 20, 12:30 pm
Temple University, Anderson Hall
1835 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, PA 19122

Lecture
March 22, 4:00 pm
Department of Communication
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
650 N. Pleasant St., Amherst, MA 01003-1100

Reading and Discussion
March 23, 8:00 pm
Oh My Sensuality Shop
122 Main St., Northampton, MA 01060

Reading and Discussion
March 25, 1:00 pm
Good Vibrations Brookline
308 Harvard St. A, Brookline, MA 02446

Reading and Discussion
March 26, 6:30 pm
Good Vibrations Harvard Square
52 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138

Lecture
March 27, 5:00 pm
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
61 Wilder St., Lowell, MA 01854

Reading and Discussion
March 28, 7:00 pm
Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure
250 Main St. #1, Pawtucket, RI 02860

Reading and Discussion
with author Julie Scelfo
March 29, 7:00 pm
The Rare Book Room at Strand Bookstore
828 Broadway, NYC 10003

Reading and Discussion
April 4, 3:00 pm
LGBTQ Affairs
University of Florida
Reitz Union Room 2210, Gainesville, FL

Author events in February

Several of our authors and editors have events and talks in February. Hope you get a chance to see them in person this month.

978-0-8223-2566-6_prFebruary 6: M/E/A/N/I/N/G magazine was a collaboration between Susan Bee and Mira Schor, both painters with interests in writing and politics, and a community of
over 150 artists, art critics, historians, theorists, and poets. We published an anthology of writings from M/E/A/N/I/N/G in 2000. Pratt Institute Library features a display of the original issues along with photos, artwork, books, and ephemera from the 30-year run of the magazine from February through April. Join Mira Schor and Susan Bee for a dialogue at the launch of the exhibition.
6:00 pm, Pratt Institute Library, Brooklyn Campus, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11205

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February 8: TSQ editor Susan Stryker will be speaking at Duke University on “What Transpires Now: Transgender History and the Future we need.”
5:30 pm, East Duke Parlors, 1304 Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27708

February 13: Our own Editorial Director, Ken Wissoker, will help young scholars make the transition From Dissertation to Book at Duke University.
4:00 pm, Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University
Bays 4 & 5, Smith Warehouse, 114 S Buchanan Blvd, Durham, NC, 27701

Living a Feminist LifeFebruary 13: Sara Ahmed, author of Living a Feminist Life, lectures on “Complaint as Diversity Work” at UCLA.
3:00 pm, Ackerman Grand Ballroom, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095 

February 15: Sara Ahmed continues her California tour at UC Davis, with a lecture on “Complaint: Diversity Work, Feminism, and Institutions “.
4:00 pm, Meeting Room D, Student Community Center, UC Davis, 397 Hutchison Dr., Davis, CA 95616

February 16: UC Berkeley gets a chance to hear Sara Ahmed. She’ll be speaking on “Queer Use” and meeting with graduate students.
4:00 pm, 112 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 94720

February 16: East Side Freedom Library will host a conversation with Alexis Pauline Gumbs, author of Spill, and the forthcoming book M Archive.
7:00 pm, 1105 Greenbrier St, St Paul, MN 55106

February 21: Remnants author Rachel Harding will participate in a lecture series with Sonia Sanchez and Ruby Sales at the Stella Adler Studio.
7:00 pm, Ticketed Event, 31 West 27th Street, Floor 3, New York, NY 10001

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TBD, Room 510, 66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011

February 27: The 2017-2018 Sexuality & Geopolitics Seminar Series at UCLA will feature Chinese Surplus author Ari Larissa Heinrich discussing “Chinese Bodies as Biological Surplus.”
5:30 pm, Humanities Building 348, 415 Portola Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095

February 27: Sara Ahmed speaks on “Uses of Use: Diversity, Utility and the University” at CRASSH, Cambridge University.
7:15 pm, Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom