Events

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

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Author Tour Events

She Would Be King
Sep 13

Wayétu Moore reading at Odyssey Bookshop

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Odyssey Bookshop in South Hadley, MAview map
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Registers of Illuminated Villages
Sep 14

Tarfia Faizullah reading at the Carnegie Center for Literacy as part of the Kentucky Women Writers Conference

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Carnegie Center for Literacy in Lexington, KYview map
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Riverine
Sep 14

Angela Palm reading at the Carnegie Center for Literacy as part of the Kentucky Women Writers Conference

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Carnegie Center for Literacy in Lexington, KYview map
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A Lucky Man
Sep 14

Jamel Brinkley reading at Prairie Lights

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Prairie Lights in Iowa City, IAview map
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A Lucky Man
Sep 17

Jamel Brinkley reading at Harvard Book Store

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Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, MAview map
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She Would Be King
Sep 18

Wayétu Moore reading at Greenlight Greenlight Prospect Lefferts Gardens

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Greenlight Bookstore Prospect Lefferts Gardens in Brooklyn, NYview map
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Sep 20

Catherine Barnett and Tracy K. Smith reading at NYU's Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House

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Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House in New York, NYview map
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She Would Be King
Sep 24

Wayétu Moore reading at Pages Bookshop

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Pages Bookshop in Detroit, MIview map
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If You Have to Go
Sep 24

Katie Ford reading at The Booksmith

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Booksmith in San Francisco, CAview map
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She Would Be King
Sep 25

Wayétu Moore reading at Literati Bookstore

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Literati Bookstore in Ann Arbor, MIview 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