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Events to Look Forward to This Fall

Bummed that summer is coming to an end? Chin up! We have a slew of events coming at you this fall.

Here are just a few of our fall events, but be sure to check out our events page for more.

You Can’t Be Too Careful!: Roger Mello and Daniel Hahn

October 18 at 5:30 pm

Green Apple Books on the Park

World literature is for kids too! Celebrate international children’s literature with Brazilian writer and illustrator Roger Mello and Daniel Hahn, editor of the Oxford Companion to Children’s Literature.


A Working Woman Happy Hour

October 26 at 6:00 pm (doors at 5:30)

Center for the Art of Translation offices

Have a drink on us and learn about the newest release from Two Lines Press. A Working Woman by Elvira Navarro, translated by Christina MacSweeney, delivers an ambitious tale of feminine friendship, madness, a radically changing city, and the vulnerability that makes us divulge our most shameful secrets.


Poems from Far and Wide: Ilya Kaminsky, Dominic Luxford, and Jesse Nathan

November 2 at 7:00 pm

TBD

Founding editors of McSweeney’s Poetry Series, Dominic Luxford and Jesse Nathan, join Ilya Kaminsky and special guests to serve up a sharp collection of poems from around the globe and across generations in celebration of their curated poetry anthology In the Shape of a Human Body I Am Visiting the Earth: Poems from Far and Wide.


Compass: An Evening with Mathias Énard

November 3 at 7:30 pm

Green Apple Books on the Park

Join internationally acclaimed French novelist Mathias Énard as he discusses his novel, Compass, winner of the 2015 Prix Goncourt and shortlisted for the International Man Booker Prize.


Red, Yellow, and Green: Alejandro Saravia and María José Giménez

November 16 at 7:30 pm

Green Apple Books on the Park

Bolivian-Canadian writer Alejandro Saravia and poet and translator María José Giménez discuss his new novel, Red, Yellow and Green, the first to be translated into English, as well as the tumultuous existence of the exile, the crossings of language, and Latino-Canadian literature.