“Society, Secrets, and Sexual Misconduct.” Aaron Hamburger and Patricia Smith discuss their novels, Nirvana Is Here and The Year of the Needy Girls, which ask questions of how we, as a society, should face secrets and sexual misconduct in the #MeToo era.
Oct 11, 2019, 12:00pm – 2:00pm |
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- Venue: Fall for the book, George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, Merten Hall, George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, Research Hall
George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, 4400 University Drive (Merten Tent, Merten Hall Lawn), Fairfax , VA, 22030, United States
“Sports and Politics: Are They on the Same Playing Field?” Etan Thomas’s book We Matter: Athletes and Activism, includes interviews and essays from over fifty high-profile activist athletes, executives, and media figures at the intersection of sports and politics. The New York Times says, “Before Kaepernick, there was Etan Thomas.”
#10YearsOfGreenlight: Celebrating Creative Community in Brooklyn, featuring guest hosts Angel Nafis and Johnny Temple. Readings & performances by Marlon James, Jeff Kass, April Jones, and other special guests. Reception to follow. RSVP on Facebook.
Meet the Author Open House: Don McPherson (You Throw Like a Girl).
Memoirs and Loss with Suzanne Farrell Smith, author of The Memory Sessions, and Catharine H. Murray, author of Now You See the Sky. This event is free and open to the public.
Curdella Forbes launches A Tall History of Sugar with the Howard University English Department at the Howard University Barnes & Noble.
Michael Zadoorian presents Beautiful Music at a reading, discussion, and signing at Read in the Park.
As part of the Lambda LitFest, Nina Revoyr presents A Student of History at the Otis College of Art and Design; free and open to the public.