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 email us at access@graywolfpress.org or call 651-641-0077. All are welcome, and we would love to meet you!

In This Section

Author Tour Events

White Flights
Nov 20

Jess Row appearing at NYU Institute for Public Knowledge

Date:
Location:
NYU Institute for Public Knowledge in New York, NYview map
[ more + ]
Heed the Hollow
Nov 20

Malcolm Tariq reading at 57th St. Books

Date:
Location:
57th Street Books in Chicago, ILview map
In the Dream House
Nov 20

Carmen Maria Machado appearing at Politics & Prose

Date:
Location:
Politics & Prose in Washington, DCview map
[ more + ]
Brute
Nov 21

Emily Skaja appearing at Arkansas Tech University

Date:
Location:
Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, ARview map
[ more + ]
Wade in the Water
Nov 21

Tracy K. Smith appearing as part of the Talking Volumes series

Date:
Location:
Fitzgerald Theater in Saint Paul, MNview map
[ more + ]
In the Dream House
Nov 21

Carmen Maria Machado appearing at Dynasty Typewriter

Date:
Location:
Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles, CAview map
[ more + ]
Brute
Nov 24

Emily Skaja and Sally Wen Mao appearing as part of the Miami Book Fair

Date:
Location:
Miami Book Fair International in Miami, FLview map
[ more + ]

In the Dream House
Dec 04

Carmen Maria Machado reading at The New School

Date:
Location:
New School in New York, NYview map
[ more + ]
Deaf Republic
Dec 09

Ilya Kaminsky appearing at Blacksmith Poetry House

Date:
Location:
Blacksmith House in Cambridge, MAview map
[ more + ]

In the Dream House
Jan 13

Carmen Maria Machado appearing as part of the Franklin Park Reading Series

Date:
Location:
Franklin Park Bar and Beer Garden in Brooklyn, 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