June Events at Book Culture

June 10, 2008 at 10:44 am Leave a comment

We’ve got a great line up of events this month at Book Culture, starting tonight with Steven Wax, author of Kafka Comes to America. Steven was on Leonard Lopate yesterday, you can search the archives and listen here.

Also this week will be readings and discussions with Tom Engelhardt (The World According to Tom Dispatch) and Elizabeth Pisani (Wisdom of Whores). And Nina Jaffe returns on Sunday for another children’s storytime event, this one celebrating drum culture around the world. Bring Dad along for some Father’s Day fun for the entire family!

Later this month we are also excited about hosting two memoir events with three New York-based female writers, all of whom have taught at our favorite neighborhood university: Judith Matloff will launch her book Home Girl on June 24th and the next night, June 25th, authors Kelly McMasters and Honor Moore will read from and discuss their recently released memoirs.

Come join us for some of these upcoming events!

(It’s air conditioned in here…hope to see you soon!)

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