Jordi Nopca, author of Come On Up, at The Wild Detectives

The Wild Detectives 314 West Eighth Street, Dallas, TX, United States

The Wild Detectives welcomes Jordi Nopca, author of Come On Up, for a conversation with Cristina Rodriguez, sponsored by the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain in Washington, DC.

Free; registration required

Maud Casey, author of City of Incurable Women, at Toronto Public Library

Toronto Reference Library, Jack Rabinovitch Reading Room 789 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The Toronto Public Library welcomes Maud Casey, author of City of Incurable Women, for an Appel Salon series conversation with Martha Baillie.

Free; registration required

Bellevue Literary Press Panel at the Dominican University of California’s Writing for Health and Healing Retreat (virtual)

Dominican University of California welcomes Maud Casey, author of City of Incurable Women, Lisa Olstein, author of Pain Studies, and Bellevue Literary Press assistant editor Laura Hart to their virtual Writing for Health and Healing Retreat for a special conversation about writing and publishing at the intersection of the arts and sciences.

Free; registration required

Natalie Hodges and Shahriar Mandanipour at the Miami Book Fair

Miami Book Fair: Auditorium (Building 1, 2nd Floor, Room 1261) 300 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL, United States

The Miami Book Fair welcomes Natalie Hodges, author of Uncommon Measure: A Journey Through Music, Performance, and the Science of Time, and Shahriar Mandanipour, author of Seasons of Purgatory, in conversation with fellow National Book Awards-winning and nominated authors and Ruth Dickey, executive director of the National Book Foundation. This in-person program will also be livestreamed at MiamiBookFairOnline.com.

Free

Jo Firestone and Special Guests Present Your Hearts, Your Scars by Adina Talve-Goodman at the Center for Fiction (in-person and livestreamed)

The Center for Fiction 15 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, United States

The Center for Fiction welcomes comedian Jo Firestone, One Story editor Hannah Tinti, Bellevue Literary Press Publisher and Editorial Director Erika Goldman, and more special guests to celebrate the launch of Your Hearts, Your Scars by Adina Talve-Goodman.

$20

Left Bank Books & Central Reform Congregation present A Celebration of Adina Talve-Goodman (in-person and livestreamed)

Central Reform Congregation 5020 Waterman Blvd, Saint Louis, MO, United States

Left Bank Books & Central Reform Congregation celebrate the publication of Adina Talve-Goodman’s Your Hearts, Your Scars with editors Sarika Talve-Goodman & Hannah Tinti, foreword author Jo Firestone, executive director of One Story magazine Maribeth Batcha, and parents Rabbi James Stone Goodman & Rabbi Susan Talve, with music from Brothers Lazaroff and performances by Ron Himes and the Black Rep. To join in virtually, visit the Left Bank Books YouTube channel or Central Reform Congregation YouTube channel.

Free; RSVP requested

Eduardo Halfon, author of Canción, at Loyola Marymount University

Loyola Marymount University Ahmanson Auditorium 1 Loyola Marymount University Dr, University Hall 1000, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Loyola Marymount University welcomes Eduardo Halfon, author of The Polish Boxer, Monastery, Mourning, and Canción, for “Memory, Exile, and Fiction: An Evening of Stories with Eduardo Halfon,” followed by a discussion with Professor Holli Levitsky.

Free; registration required

Eduardo Halfon, author of Canción, at UCLA

UCLA Royce Hall 10745 Dickson Ct, Los Angeles,, CA, United States

The University of California, Los Angeles welcomes Eduardo Halfon, author of The Polish Boxer, Monastery, Mourning, and Canción, for “History, Memory, Fiction,” a reading and conversation with Michael Rothberg, sponsored by the 1939 Society Program in Holocaust Studies at the Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies.

Free; registration required

Maud Casey, author of City of Incurable Women, at Francie & Finch Bookshop

Francie & Finch Bookshop 130 S 13th St, Lincoln, NE, United States

Francie & Finch Bookshop welcomes Maud Casey, author of City of Incurable Women, for a reading and conversation sponsored by the Creative Writing Program of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln English Department.

Free

Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed, at McNally Jackson Books Seaport

McNally Jackson - Seaport 4 Fulton St, New York, NY, United States

McNally Jackson Books welcomes Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed: The Unlikely Volunteers at the Heart of the Migrant Aid Crisis, for a reading and conversation with filmmaker Lynne Sachs.

RSVP required

Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed, at Park Road Books

Park Road Books 4139 Park Road, Charlotte, NC, United States

Park Road Books welcomes Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed: The Unlikely Volunteers at the Heart of the Migrant Aid Crisis, for a reading and book discussion.

Free

Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed, at Burke’s Bookstore

Burke’s Bookstore 936 S. Cooper St., Memphis, TN, United States

Burke’s Bookstore welcomes Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed: The Unlikely Volunteers at the Heart of the Migrant Aid Crisis, for a discussion and signing.

Free

Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed, at Temple Israel

Temple Israel 1376 East Massey Road, Memphis, TN, United States

Temple Israel welcomes Dana Sachs, author of All Else Failed: The Unlikely Volunteers at the Heart of the Migrant Aid Crisis, for a reading and conversation with Laura Goodman-Bryan.

Free

Sara Khalili, translator of Seasons of Purgatory, at P&T Knitwear

P&T Knitwear 180 Orchard Street, New York, NY, United States

P&T Kniwear welcomes Sara Khalili to celebrate Women in Translation Month and discuss her translation of Shahriar Mandanipour’s story collection Seasons of Purgatory.

Free; registration requested

Natalie Hodges, author of Uncommon Measure, at Louisville Free Public Library

Louisville Free Public Library - Main Library 301 York St, Louisville, KY, United States

Louisville Free Public Library welcomes Natalie Hodges, author of Uncommon Measure: A Journey Through Music, Performance, and the Science of Time, for a Craig Buthod Author Series reading and conversation with composer Daniel Gilliam.

Free; registration requested

Bellevue Literary Press at the Brooklyn Book Festival

Brooklyn Borough Hall and Plaza, Booth #419 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY, United States

Please join Bellevue Literary Press at the Brooklyn Book Festival. Visit us in booth 419 to meet our staff and find great deals on our books.

Free

Natalie Hodges, author of Uncommon Measure, at Louisville Public Library

Superior Community Center 1500 Coalton Road, Superior, CO, United States

Louisville Public Library welcomes Natalie Hodges, author of Uncommon Measure: A Journey Through Music, Performance, and the Science of Time, for a reading and conversation at the Superior Community Center.

Free; registration required