Join Newsday Live and Long Island LitFest for a virtual in-depth discussion and extensive Q&A with acclaimed author Elizabeth Nunez, who will talk about her newest novel, Now Lila Knows, and more. Nunez will appear in conversation with Newsday Associate Editor Joye Brown. Free to attend but registration is required; please click here to learn […]
C.J. Farley (Zero O’Clock), Elizabeth Nunez (Now Lila Knows), Hildy Silverman, and Keith DeCandido read from and present their new books as part of the Ample Hills Creamery Rooftop Reading Series. Tickets are $10 and include a small ice cream. For full information or to purchase tickets, please visit the Ample Hills website.
Elizabeth Nunez reads from and presents her new book Now Lila Knows at an in-person event held at the Amityville Public Library.
Please note: Start times for our virtual events are listed in Eastern Time (ET) unless otherwise indicated. Elizabeth Nunez presents her new novel, Now Lila Knows, in conversation with Vanessa Cuti and Imani Perry. This event is free to attend with advance registration; please visit Byrd’s Books’s website to learn more or to register.
Elizabeth Nunez presents her new novel Now Lila Knows as part of the Southampton Writers Conference.
Elizabeth Nunez discusses her new novel, Now Lila Knows, in conversation with author and Booklist Adult Editor Donna Seaman. This program will be presented as part of the American Writers Festival; please visit their website to learn more.
Join Elizabeth Nunez in an in-person event celebrating her new book, Now Lila Knows, in conversation with Crystal Bobb-Semple. This event will be presented at The Center for Fiction and cosponsored by the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival. Registration is required for in-person or virtual attendance; please visit the Center for Fiction’s website to learn more […]
The Hurston/Wright Foundation and Mahogany Books present an evening of readings with Nicole Dennis-Benn, Elizabeth Nunez (Grace, Discretion, Prospero’s Daughter), Hanif Abdurraqib, and W. Ralph Eubanks. Following a reception, each author will read and then there will be a Q&A; this event is free and open to the public.