Events

Meet our authors and celebrate Graywolf throughout the year by joining us at an event near you.

To request a sign language interpreter or other accommodation for a Graywolf event, please contact us. All are welcome, and we would love to meet you!

In This Section

Special Events

Graywolf at 45 logo
Sep 26

Graywolf at 45: Minneapolis Literary Gala

Date:
Seated program begins at 7:30pm
Location:
Aria in Minneapolis, MNview map
[ more + ]
Graywolf at 45 logo
Oct 29

Graywolf at 45: Poetry reading co-sponsored by the Poetry Foundation

Date:
Reception to follow
Location:
Poetry Foundation in Chicago, ILview map
[ more + ]

Author Tour Events

Lanny
May 22

Max Porter reading at Powell's Books

Date:
Location:
Powell's - Burnside in Portland, ORview map
[ more + ]
Little Glass Planet
May 23

Dobby Gibson reading at Black Dog Cafe

Date:
Location:
Black Dog Cafe in St. Paul, MNview map
[ more + ]
The Gulf
May 23

Belle Boggs reading at Flyleaf Books

Date:
Location:
Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill, NCview map
[ more + ]
Default Multi-title cover
May 23

Stephanie Burt and Monica Youn in conversation at the Strand Book Store

Date:
Location:
Strand Book Store in New York, NYview map
[ more + ]
Wade in the Water
May 23

Tracy K. Smith reading at National Sawdust

Date:
Location:
National Sawdust in Brooklyn, NYview map
[ more + ]
The Silk Road
May 24

Kathryn Davis reading at Northshire Bookstore

Date:
Location:
Northshire Bookstore in Manchester Center, VTview map
[ more + ]
Default Multi-title cover
May 30

Jamel Brinkley appearing at Green Apple Books.

Date:
Location:
[ more + ]
Advice from the Lights
May 31

Stephanie Burt reading at Politics & Prose Union Market

Date:
Location:
Politics & Prose at Union Market in Washington, DCview map
[ more + ]

Is, Is Not
Jun 01

Tess Gallagher reading at Vashon Bookshop

Date:
Location:
Vashon Bookshop in Vashon, WAview map
[ more + ]
Some Hell
Jun 01

Patrick Nathan reading at Book Culture

Date:
Location:
Book Culture in New York, NYview map
[ more + ]
Tracy K. Smith reading at Talk of the Stacks in Minneapolis

This is why I love poems: they require me to sit still, listen deeply, and imagine putting myself in someone elses unfamiliar shoes.

Tracy K. Smith, Poet Laureate of the United States and Pulitzer Prize Winner