Los Angeles Independent PublishingKate Gale, offers poetry readings, poetry contests, book awards, and more.
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: The Book Catapult
Address:3010-b Juniper St
San Diego, CA 92104 (map)
Come to The Book Catapult in San Diego for the launch of Scissors, Paper, Stone, debut novel by Martha K. Davis and winner of the Quill Queer Prose Award.
Time: 0:00 am
Location: Stephens College
Address:1200 E Broadway
Columbia, MO 65215 (map)
Tess Taylor grew up in Berkeley, California, where she led youth garden programming at the Berkeley Youth Alternatives Community Garden and interned in the kitchen at Chez Panisse. In her twenties, she dropped out of Amherst College to become a translator and chef’s assistant at L’Ecole Ritz Escoffier in Paris. An avid gardener and cook, she is also an acclaimed poet. Her chapbook The Misremembered World was selected by Eavan Boland and published by the Poetry Society of America. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Boston Review, Harvard Review, The Times Literary Supplement, and The New Yorker. The San Francisco Chronicle called her first book, The Forage House, “stunning” and it was a finalist for the Believer Poetry Award. Tess is currently the on air poetry reviewer for NPR’s All Things Considered, and was most recently visiting professor of English and creative writing at Whittier College.
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Ada Books
Address: 717 Westminster Street
Providence , RI 02903 (map)
A reading series including Kathline Carr, author of "Miraculum Monstum".
Time: 0:00 am
Columbia, MO (map)
Tess Taylor is the author of Work & Days, which was called was called “our moment’s Georgic" by critic Stephen Burt, as well as The Forage House, finalist for the Believer Poetry Award. An avid gardener and cook, she dropped out of Amherst College in her twenties to become a translator and chef’s assistant at L’Ecole Ritz Escoffier in Paris. She is currently the on air poetry reviewer for NPR’s All Things Considered, and was most recently visiting professor of English and creative writing at Whittier College.
Time: 1:30 pm
Location: Hancock Foundation USC Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90007 (map)
BAD STORIES author Steve Almond is featured in LAT Festival of Books! His exciting panel, "Trump: The First Year," will be moderated by Christina Bellantoni. Other panelists include Sarah Kendzior and David Cay Johnston.