Events

Meet our authors and celebrate Graywolf throughout the year

Please note that many of our author events have either been changed to a virtual format or have been postponed to a later date. Please watch this page for updates and contact wolves@graywolfpress.org with any questions. Note that all virtual event times are displayed in Central Time.

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Author Tour Events

God of Nothingness
Jan 28

VIRTUAL: Mark Wunderlich in conversation with Chantz Erolin and Jeff Shotts on GOD OF NOTHINGNESS, presented by Write On, Door County

Date: CST
Location:
Write On Door County in Fish Creek, WIview map
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The More Extravagant Feast
Jan 28

VIRTUAL: Leah Naomi Green in conversation with Ross Gay on THE MORE EXTRAVAGANT FEAST, presented by Brooklyn Academy of Music

Date: EST
Location:
Brooklyn Academy of Music in Brooklyn, NYview map
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Wild Swims
Feb 03

VIRTUAL: Dorthe Nors reading and in conversation with Brigid Hughes on WILD SWIMS, part of the Story/Teller Series, presented by Center for Fiction

Date: EST
Location:
Center for Fiction in Brooklyn, NYview map
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God of Nothingness
Feb 04

VIRTUAL: Mark Wunderlich (GOD OF NOTHINGNESS) in conversation with Tessa Kale, presented by Oblong Books

Date: EST
Location:
Oblong Books and Music in Rhinebeck, NYview map
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Feb 08

VIRTUAL: Mark Wunderlich reading from GOD OF NOTHINGNESS, presented by Green Apple Books

Date: PST
Location:
Green Apple Bookstore in San Francisco, CAview map
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My Name Will Grow Wide Like a Tree
Feb 11

VIRTUAL: Tracy K. Smith (MY NAME WILL GROW WIDE LIKE A TREE) in conversation with Maurice Manning, presented by Folger Shakespeare Library

Date: EST
Location:
Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DCview map
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Bring Me the Head of Quentin Tarantino
Feb 18

VIRTUAL: Julián Herbert in conversation on BRING ME THE HEAD OF QUENTIN TARANTINO, presented by University of Utah Guest Writers Series

Date:
Location:
University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UTview map
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A Lucky Man
Feb 18

VIRTUAL: Jamel Brinkley (A LUCKY MAN) in conversation with Daniel Moniz, presented by The Center for Fiction

Date: EST
Location:
Center for Fiction in Brooklyn, NYview map
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frank: sonnets
Mar 03

VIRTUAL: Diane Seuss (frank: sonnets) in conversation with Jeff Shotts, presented by Literati Bookstore

Date: EST
Location:
Literati Bookstore in Ann Arbor, MIview map
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Wild Swims
Mar 06

VIRTUAL: Dorthe Nors (WILD SWIMS) to teach a master class, presented by A Public Space

Date: EST
Location:
A Public Space in New York, NYview 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