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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.

Come celebrate the NYC book launch of "Clara Cakes: Delicious and Simple Vegan Desserts for Everyone!" by LA-based teen baker Polito. 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.

Bestselling author Daniel Pinchbeck’s latest novel, "How Soon is Now," looks at the ecological crisis as a rite of passage for humanity. Join him for a workshop on how to foster a new human society that realigns us with the Earth’s natural systems. 6–9 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.

Tuesday, Feb. 28 (See map view)

Assadi will be here to read from her stunning debut, "Sonora," in which she tracks the addictive, tempestuous relationship between Laura and Ahlam, the trauma they cause and endure in the mystical Sonoran Desert, and their escape for New York City. 7–9 pm.

Celebrate the book launch event for the first book on The Women’s March, a tribute to the largest peaceful demonstration in history. All royalties will be donated to nonprofits affiliated with the March. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, March 1 (See map view)

Meet Dr. Kelsey, a compassion expert to help you offer comfort and support when someone you know is in need. Join her for the launch of her new book, "There Is No Good Card for This: What To Say and Do When Life Is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love." 7–9 pm.

Saturday, March 4 (See map view)

This panel explores the burdens of representation and the role of personal and literary influences, showing how LGBTQ lives come into literature. 6–8 pm.

Monday, March 6 (See map view)

Join us in celebration of Melissa Clark’s fab new cookbook "Dinner: Changing the Game," the most comprehensive yet practical cookbook to come along in more than a decade. 7–9 pm.

Tuesday, March 7 (See map view)

A reading by 2016 MacArthur Fellowship winner and poet Rankin of her recent work will kick off the night, followed by a brief interview. Part of the English Department of LIU Brooklyn’s annual Paumanok Lecture in American literature and culture. 6:30 pm.

Kalfař’s debut novel, "Spaceman of Bohemia," is a profoundly joyful examination of the random, beautiful chaos responsible for each of our lives. Ryan Britt, author of “Luke Skywalker Can’t Read,” joins in conversation. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, March 8 (See map view)

Carroll will read from her riveting and heartbreaking memoir, "Down City." It’s a raw, wrenching memoir of a broken family and an indelible portrait of Rhode Island—a tiny state where the ghosts of mafia kingpins live alongside the feisty, 7–9 pm.

Thursday, March 9 (See map view)

Come feel empowered with the launch of Parker’s book, "Strong is the New Pretty," teaching women that “you don’t need to be pretty, perfect or compliant to be loved.” 7–9 pm.

Monday, March 13 (See map view)

Acclaimed short story writer Susan Perabo launches her break-out novel, "The Fall of Lisa Bellow," a dark, beautifully rendered, gripping novel about coping, coming-of-age, and forgiveness. 7–9 pm.

Tuesday, March 14 (See map view)

Actress and activist Anderson and journalist and campaigner Nadel present "We: A Manifesto to Women Everywhere," a revolutionary guide to radical self-transformation with compassion for others at its core. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, March 15 (See map view)

A joint book event celebrating Parker’s politically and culturally charged poetry collection, "There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce" and acclaimed novelist Attenberg’s latest book, “All Grown Up.” 7–9 pm.

Thursday, March 16 (See map view)

Tharoor launches his mesmerizing debut, "Swimmer Among the Stars," a wildly inventive, masterfully crafted collection of short stories announcing the arrival of this major new literary talent. 7–9 pm.

Join comedian Todd Barry as he celebrates the launch of his book, "Thank You for Coming to Hattiesburg," a tale of his tour of some not-so-big cities across the country. With comedians John Hodgman, Joel Kim Booster, Jo Firestone, and Sam Morril. 7 pm.

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