On Monday March 13, Deepak Unnikrishnan, author of Temporary People, will be reading from his work at the Franklin Park Reading Series. Other featured authors will include Joshua Mohr, Michael Seidlinger, and Hannah Lillith Assadi.
On March 14, publication day for his Prize for New Immigrant Writing-winning novel Temporary People, Deepak Unnikrishnan will appear at the new Prospect Lefferts Gardens branch of Greenlight Bookstore for an event with author Mia Alvar.
On Thursday March 16, Deepak Unnikrishnan, winner of the inaugural Prize for New Immigrant Writing and author of Temporary People, will appear at San Francisco's City Lights Books in conversation with Shanthi Sekaran.
On Sunday March 19, Deepak Unnikrishnan, author of Temporary People and winner of the inaugural Prize for New Immigrant Writing, will appear at Los Angeles's Skylight Bookstore for an event.
On Wednesday March 22, Deepak Unnikrishnan, winner of the Prize for New Immigrant Writing and author of Temporary People, will appear at Chicago's Seminary Co-Op Bookstore.
On Thursday March 23, Deepak Unnikrishnan, winner of the inaugural Prize for New Immigrant Writing and author of Temporary People, will appear at the Asian American Writers Workshop. Another guest to be announced soon!
For a week this May, Restless publisher and Quixote scholar Ilan Stavans leads a trip through the knight errant's La Mancha with Scholarly Sojourns, the series of international tours led by acclaimed scholars.
This coming August, four Restless authors—Carlos Fonseca, Oddny Eir, Filip Springer, and Deepak Unnikrishnan—will appear at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Exact dates for author events to come—stay tuned!
Reading Group Choices is happy to partner with Milkweed Books for a wonderful event to celebrate our readers. In our fast-paced world, reading groups can offer us the time to slow down, catch up with friends, and talk about wonderful books. We want to celebrate you the readers with an evening of fun giveaways, delicious snacks, and rounds of author speed-dating with eigh terrific authors: Hala Alyan, Emily Fredlund, Marina Benjamin, Ashley Shelby, Heather Harpham, Beth Dooley, Deepak Unnikrishnan, and Jamie Harrison!
On Sunday November 20, Carlos Fonseca, author of Colonel Lágrimas, will appear at the Cultural Cabaret of Battersea Spanish on London's Battersea Barge.
On November 14, Yoss, author of Super Extra Grande and A Planet for Rent, and Restless publisher Ilan Stavans will join at New York's Instituto Cervantes for a public conversation about Spanglish, Latinidad, and humanity's future. In conjunction with Instituto Cervantes, Philip K. Dick Film Festival, and the Cuban Cultural Center of New York.
On Monday November 14, Cristina Sánchez-Andrade, author of The Winterlings, will appear at Chicago's Instituto Cervantes to discuss her work.
On Thursday November 10, Andrés Neuman, author of How to Travel without Seeing, will appear at the new Baltimore bookstore and café Bird In Hand, for a reading put on by Johns Hopkins University.
On Wednesday November 9, Carlos Fonseca, author of Colonel Lágrimas, and Andrés Neuman, author of How to Travel without Seeing, will join Jeffrey Lawrence, translator of How to Travel without Seeing, at Rutgers University for a panel discussion.
It’s a rare gift to meet your greatest literary influence, but Chris Abani will have that moment in his conversation with Nobel Prize-winner Wole Soyinka. Equally special will be seeing these two writers meet, converse, riff, and reflect on stage at LIVE.
On Monday November 7, Andrés Neuman, author of How to Travel without Seeing, and Carlos Fonseca, author of Colonel Lágrimas, will appear at McNally Jackson Books, in the upstairs café.
Andrés Neuman, author of How to Travel without Seeing: Dispatches from the New Latin America, will appear at the the 2016 Texas Book Festival. The Texas Book Festival connects authors and readers through experiences that celebrate the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination.
On Thursday November 4, Carlos Fonseca, author of Colonel Lágrimas, will give a talk entitled "Writing the Biographical Archive" at Fordham University's Rose Hill campus in the Bronx.
On Thursday November 3, Cristina Sánchez-Andrade, author of The Winterlings, will discuss her work with Lina Meruane at Instituto Cervantes in Manhattan.
On Thursday November 3, Yoss, author of Super Extra Grande, will appear for a reading from his work at the University of Connecticut Barnes & Noble in Storrs, Connecticut.
Andrés Neuman, author of How to Travel without Seeing: Dispatches from the New Latin America, will be celebrating his latest publication in English at Brazos Bookstore in Houston, Texas. As a hub for the most creative, intelligent and engaged readers in Houston, Brazos Bookstore offers programs and curates their shelves to inspire and expand the horizons of their curious readers. They seek to connect all readers with the best contemporary and classic literature, non-fiction, art and architecture monographs, and books for children. Readers engage with emerging and established authors in person through their interactive–and free–book signing events.
On Saturday October 29, Carlos Fonseca, author of Colonel Lágrimas, will appear on a panel at the Loisaida Center for the New York Festival de la Palabra, with authors Raúl Aguiar, Manolo Núñoz Negrón, and Mayra Santos Febres.
On Friday October 28, Yoss, author of Super Extra Grande, will appear at NYU's King Juan Carlos Center to appear with Maria Antonia Cabrera and Walfrido Dorta for a public conversation about Yoss's work entitled “(Science) Fictions for a Small Island: A Conversation with Cuban Author Yoss at NYU.” The event is part of the Mellon Sawyer Seminar, "Cuban Futures Beyond the Market." A reception with wine and cheese will follow in the atrium.
On Thursday October 27, Yoss, author of Super Extra Grande, will appear at UCLA's Lydeen Library to deliver a talk entitled "Utopias and Dystopias in Cuban Science Fiction."
On Wednesday October 12, Yoss, author of Super Extra Grande, and Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, author of Abandoned Havana, will join at Marquette University for a public Spanish-language conversation on Cuban literature and politics.