Author readings about Boston Sep 25 – Oct. 1

Monday

Adam White (“middle coast”) in person at 6:30 p.m. at Connolly Branch of the Boston Public Library . . . Andrew Sean Greer (“Less is lost”) in person at 6 pm at Brooklyn Boxsmith (Tickets are $10 for admission, $20 for admission, and a copy of the book.) . . Elizabeth Strout (“Lucy by the sea”) in conversation with Down Trip In person at 6 p.m. at the Brattle Theater at an event hosted by Harvard Library . . . Michael Ansara (“what’s left”), Quentin Collins (“Claim tickets for stolen“), And the Jennifer Martelli (“queen of queens”) Read face to face at 7 pm at Porter Square Books: Boston Edition.

Tuesday

Karina Jan Glaser (“Vanderbakers on the road”) in person at 6 pm at Belmont Books . . . Margaret A Burnham (“In Now Known Hands: The Legal Executioners of Jim Crow”) in conversation with Khalil Gibran Muhammad In person at 6 p.m. at the Brattle Theater at an event hosted by Harvard Library (Tickets $6 for admission, $32 for admission, and a copy of the book.) . . Jenny Zosey (“Frederick’s sisters are living the dream”) in conversation with Stephanie Cabot In person at 7 pm in Porter Square Books: Cambridge Edition . . . Ransom Riggs (“The Miss Peregrine Museum of Wonders: An indispensable guide to the dangers and delights of the alien world educating newcomers”) in person at 7 pm at improbable story (Tickets $5 for admission, $26.55 for admission, and a copy of the book.)

Wednesday

Eric Jay Doolin (“Rebels at Sea: The Private Sector in the American Revolution”) in person at 6 pm at Massachusetts Historical Society (Tickets are $10 for admission and are free for members, EBT card holders, and virtual attendees.) . . Andrew Nagorsky (“Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom”) It reads at 7 pm in Boston Athenaeum (Tickets are $5 for admission and free for members). . . Michael Pedersen (“boy friends”) in conversation with Holly McNish In person at 7 pm in Harvard Library . . . Frederic Bachmann (“The winners”) in person at 7 pm at improbable story (Tickets are $30.80 for admission and a copy of the book.) . . Jesse Q Sutanto (“Well, that was unexpected”) in conversation with Ali Hazelwood It’s 8 pm Brooklyn Boxsmith . . . Lacey M. Johnson (“A City More Than Water: The Houston Atlas of Floods”) reads at 4 pm in Boston Public Library . . . Harold Holzer (“Monument Man: The Life and Art of Daniel Chester French”) reads in person at 7 p.m. in Concorde Museum (Tickets are $10 to accept and free for members).

Thursday

Sophie Thahnhauser (“Worn: a history of people in clothes“) And the Kimberly Chrisman Campbell (“Skirts: crafting modern femininity in the twentieth century”) in conversation with Petra Slinkard It’s 4 pm at Historical Genealogy Society of New England . . . Naomi Novick (“golden pockets”) in person at 6 p.m. at College Corner Theater at an event hosted by Brooklyn Boxsmith (Tickets are $10 for admission, $20 for admission, and a copy of the book.) . . Kate Peyton (“Ducks: Two years in the oily sands”) in conversation with Joanna Rakoff In person at 6 p.m. at the Brattle Theater at an event hosted by Harvard Library (Tickets $42.50 for admission and a copy of the book.) . . Scholastic Mukasonga (“Kibogo”) in conversation with Mark Polizzotti In person at 7 pm in Brooklyn Boxsmith . . . Daniel S. midwid (“Banned: Why the innocent can’t get out of prison”) in conversation with Radha Natarajan In person at 7 pm in Porter Square Books: Cambridge Edition . . . Morgan Talty (“night live rez”) It reads at 7 pm in Silver Unicorn Library.

Friday

Nick Lynn (“The Transformer: The Deep Alchemy of Life and Death”) in conversation with Logan McCarty It’s 12 pm at Harvard Library . . . Lamar Giles (“getaway”) in conversation with Jeff Kenny In person at 6:30 p.m. at improbable story . . . Mioko Shiner (“The Vegetarian Meat Cookbook: Meat Favorites. Made from plants.”) in conversation with Amory Sivertson In person at 6:30 p.m. at WBUR CitySpace (Tickets are $15 for admission). . . Pinel E. Joseph (“Reconstruction III: America’s struggle for racial justice in the twenty-first century”) in conversation with Brandon M. Terry In person at 7 pm in Harvard Library . . . Laura Warrell (“Sweet, soft, plentiful rhythm”) in conversation with Steve Almond In person at 7 pm in Porter Square Books: Boston Edition . . . Heron Ennis (“leech”) in conversation with Gretchen Felker Martin It’s 8 pm Brooklyn Boxsmith.

Saturday

Shailene McDaniel (“Hey Chance: The Story of Our Friend on Mars”) at 11 am at The Silver Unicorn Library.

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