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Thursday, Jan. 19 (See map view)

Journalist Matt Taibbi reads from his collection of dispatches from the 2016 election. 7 pm.

Friday, Jan. 20 (See map view)

A marathon reading of Langston Hughes’s poem "Let America Be America Again" on Inauguration Day. Artists, writers, performers, activists, and community members participate in a daylong reading of the prescient 1935 poem. 11 am–6 pm.

Six writers present short monologues written in response to the 2016 election. 7 pm.

Sunday, Jan. 22 (See map view)

Translator Alan Bernheimer presents profiles of leading figures of Surrealism. 3 pm.

Tuesday, Jan. 24 (See map view)

Richard Rabinowitz, founder and president of the American History Workshop, discusses his new book, "Curating America: Journeys through Storyscapes of the American Past," and shares his insights on making history relevant today. 6:30 pm.

Sana Krasikov will be here reading from her debut novel "The Patriots," a poignant tale of the power of love, the rewards and risks of friendship, and the secrets kept between parents and children. 7–9 pm.

Kaya Genç will be joined by Molly Crabapple to discuss his captivating new book "Under the Shadow," about rage and revolution in modern Turkey. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, Jan. 25 (See map view)

Jackson reads from her haunting YA debut novel "Allegedly," a story that explores the grey areas in our understanding of justice, family, and truth, and acknowledges the light and darkness within all of us. 7–9 pm.

Saturday, Jan. 28 (See map view)

Childrens’ book author Reea Rodney launches her new book at an event with face painting, prizes, and a bubble dance party. 11 am.

Wednesday, Feb. 1 (See map view)

In this dazzling debut novel "The Futures," a young couple moves to New York City in search of success–only to learn that the lives they dream of may come with dangerous strings attached. 7–9 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 2 (See map view)

Beginning as an epic poem in 2014, Jarrod Beck’s "The Moon" addresses themes such as environmental devastation, the AIDS epidemic, and queer collectivist anarchism through various performances with sculptures, dance, and text. 7 pm.

Kaya Genç will be joined by Molly Crabapple to discuss his captivating new book "Under the Shadow," about rage and revolution in modern Turkey. 7–9 pm.

Tuesday, Feb. 7 (See map view)

Join us for the cookbook launch of "A Meatloaf in Every Oven," a love letter to meatloaf that incorporates history, personal anecdotes, and even meatloaf sandwiches. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 8 (See map view)

The author discusses "All the Lives I Want," her new essay collection aiming to examine the intersection of the personal with pop culture through the lives of pivotal female figures – from Sylvia Plath to Lil’ Kim. 7–9 pm.

Friday, Feb. 10 (See map view)

Beginning as an epic poem in 2014, Jarrod Beck’s "The Moon" addresses themes such as environmental devastation, the AIDS epidemic, and queer collectivist anarchism through various performances with sculptures, dance, and text. 6 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 11 (See map view)

Beginning as an epic poem in 2014, Jarrod Beck’s "The Moon" addresses themes such as environmental devastation, the AIDS epidemic, and queer collectivist anarchism through various performances with sculptures, dance, and text. 2 pm and 6 pm.

Monday, Feb. 13 (See map view)

In "The Fortunate Ones," a novel about fate, guilt and the ability of our memories to sustain us, one very special work of art connects the lives of two very different women separated by generations but struggling with similar demons. 7–9 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 16 (See map view)

In "The Young Wives Club," a group of four friends come together to help each other through life, love, and heartbreak, and soon discover that there are no easy answers. 7–9 pm.

Tuesday, Feb. 21 (See map view)

Set on an enchanted island off the west coast of Ireland, "The Stolen Child" is a luminous new novel explores themes of regret and desire, myth, and the universal need to connect. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 22 (See map view)

In this story of family, celebrity, love and loss, Patricia Bosworth retraces the steps that led her to achieve her dreams of being both an actress and a writer during one of the most repressive yet pivotal decades in American history. 7–9 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 23 (See map view)

A quarterly series curated by Michele Filgate, co-sponsored by Literary Hub. Join us for the fourth installment, which will feature a panel discussion on the topic of “The Misfit”! 7–9 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 25 (See map view)

Beginning as an epic poem in 2014, Jarrod Beck’s "The Moon" addresses themes such as environmental devastation, the AIDS epidemic, and queer collectivist anarchism through various performances with sculptures, dance, and text. 2–6 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 26 (See map view)

Beginning as an epic poem in 2014, Jarrod Beck’s "The Moon" addresses themes such as environmental devastation, the AIDS epidemic, and queer collectivist anarchism through various performances with sculptures, dance, and text. 3–5 pm.

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