Events

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

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Special Events

Graywolf at 45 logo
Oct 29

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

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Reception to follow
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Poetry Foundation in Chicago, ILview map
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Author Tour Events

The Gulf
Oct 21

Belle Boggs appearing at Bibliofeast Author Dinner

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Location:
Maggiano's Little Italy Restaurant in Charlotte, NCview map
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White Flights
Oct 22

Jess Row appearing at University of Chicago

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Location:
University of Chicago in Chicago, ILview map
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Suicide Woods
Oct 22

Ben Percy appearing at Next Chapter Booksellers

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Machine
Oct 22

Susan Steinberg appearing as part of Franklin Park Reading Series

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Location:
Franklin Park Bar and Beer Garden in Brooklyn, NYview map
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White Flights
Oct 23

Jess Row appearing at University of Chicago

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Location:
University of Chicago in Chicago, ILview map
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The Land between Two Rivers
Oct 24

Tom Sleigh appearing at Loyola Marymount University

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Location:
Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CAview map
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White Flights
Oct 24

Jess Row appearing at University of Michigan

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Location:
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MIview map
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Machine
Oct 24

Susan Steinberg appearing at The Center for Fiction

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Center for Fiction in Brooklyn, NYview map
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Is, Is Not
Oct 24

Tess Gallagher reading at Pelican Bay Books

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Don't Call Us Dead
Oct 26

Danez Smith appearing as part of Chicago Humanities Festival

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Chicago Humanities Festival in Chicago, ILview map
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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