Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Louisa May Alcott's acclaimed classic, Little Women, featuring a panel discussion with Danielle Lazarin and Idra Novey, moderated by Maris Kreizman.
The beautiful new edition of Alcott's beloved novel features a foreword by National Book Award-winning author and musician Patti Smith.
A raffle will benefit Girls Write Now; a quiz will help attendees decide whether they’re a Meg, Jo, Beth, or Amy; and wine will be provided by Winc.
At Books Are Magic in Brooklyn, NY
From my friends at Girls At Library: Join GAL for our monthly book club meet-up! This time, we'll be in NYC discussing July's book- Back Talk by Danielle Lazarin. GAL is thrilled to host author Danielle as our guest speaker. GAL EIC Payton Turner will be hosting the discussion and Q&A with Danielle at Haven's Kitchen. Bring your thoughts, questions, and conversation! We suggest reading the book, but even if you haven't, please join us and feel free to add to the conversation.
SPRING MEANS beautiful and compelling books in full bloom! At the May 20th Sunday Salon, three incredibly talented NYC-based writers and one award-winning author from Georgia share their latest work at the mic. And more: DJ Doublesix returns to spin his magic. You won’t want to miss this final spring event! At Von Bar, 3 Bleecker St. 7pm. RSVP here.
3 Bleeker St
NY, NY 10012
A reading of recent work from current and former Washington Heights residents and writers Danielle Lazarin and Phillip Lopate.
DANIELLE LAZARIN'S debut short story collection, BACK TALK, is forthcoming from Penguin Books in 2018. Her fiction has appeared in Colorado Review, Indiana Review, Glimmer Train, Boston Review, and elsewhere. She's a 2015 NYFA fellow in fiction and the recipient of multiple individual artists grants from NoMAA. She lives in her native New York, where she is at work on a novel.
PHILLIP LOPATE has written three personal essay collections; two novels, three poetry collections; and more works of criticism. Recent publications include Portrait Inside My Head (personal essays), To Show and to Tell: the Craft of Literary Nonfiction, and A Mother’s Tale (2017). He has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, a NYPL Center for Scholars and Writers Fellowship, two NEA grants, and two NYFA grants. After working with children for twelve years as a writer in schools, he taught creative writing and literature at Fordham, Cooper Union, University of Houston, Hofstra University, New York University and Bennington College. He is the director of the nonfiction graduate program at Columbia University, where he also teaches writing.