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.

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Author Tour Events

American Harvest
Apr 27

Marie Mockett appearing at Watermark Books

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Watermark Books in Wichita, KSview map
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American Harvest
Apr 27

Marie Matsuki Mockett appearing at Watermark Books

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Watermark Books in Wichita, KSview map
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American Harvest
Apr 29

Marie Matsuki Mockett appearing at The Book Worm

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The Book Worm in Omaha, NEview map
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Deaf Republic
Apr 29

Ilya Kaminsky appearing at Bennington College

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Bennington College in Bennington, VTview map
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Homie
May 01

Danez Smith appearing at the Richmond Public Library

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Richmond Public ibrary in Richmond, VAview map
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Postcolonial Love Poem
May 05

Natalie Diaz appearing at Powell's City of Books

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Powell's - Burnside in Portland, ORview map
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Postcolonial Love Poem
May 06

Natale Diaz appearing at Portland State University

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Portland State University in view map
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Postcolonial Love Poem
May 07

Natalie Diaz appearing as part of Seattle Arts & Lectures

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Seattle Arts & Lectures in Seattle, WAview map
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Barn 8
May 11

Deb Olin Unferth appearing at Volumes Bookcafe

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Volumes Bookcafe in Chicago, ILview map
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Little Constructions
May 12

Anna Burns appearing at Congregation Beth Elohim

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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