Come join us for a book club discussion of The Danish Girl. Free and open to the public.
About her new novel, A House Among the Trees
The Chrysalis in Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods
I’ll be talking to Benjamin Taylor about his new book, The Hue and Cry at Our House
Screening of The Danish Girl followed by a Q&A
I’ll be talking to the students in Union Settlement’s College Readiness Program about writing and creativity.
Great Plains Art Museum
Screening of The Danish Girl, followed by a Q&A
Location and Time TBA
2 pm, Cole Auditorium, Greenwich Library
From Book to Screen — with novelists Adriana Trigiani and Jessica Knoll, moderated by Kathie Lee Gifford
2:00 – 3:15 pm, Linsly Chittenden Hall, Room 102
I’ll be presenting at the 28th Annual Lambda Literary Awards
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Show starts at 7:00 pm
12:30-1:40 — Books Become Movies
I’ll be on a panel with Lee Child, Scott McEwen, Hampton Sides, and Hector Tobar, moderated by Peter Bart. Steinbeck Room.
2:40-3:30 — The 19th Wife
I’ll be discussing The 19th Wife. Didion Room.
I’ll be with screenwriter Lucinda Coxon discussing the book-to-screen adaptation of the The Danish Girl. 4:30 pm. Location TBA.
I will be joining a pop-up book group to discuss The Danish Girl. Hosted by Book the Writer in the living room of an avid reader on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, this is your chance to join a book group for one night and make new friends and talk books. Come with questions, comments, insight, and arguments — I’m ready for it all. Wednesday, November 11, at 7:30 PM. More information and registration at evite.
I’ll be reading with the brilliant Tea Obreht, author of one of my favorite novels,The Tiger’s Wife, and equally brilliant Irish writer Dan Sheehan. We’ll be inaugurating the new reading series #YeahYouWrite in the Lounge at Bo’s Kitchen & Bar Room, a monthly series featuring readings, food & drink specials, and an open mike after the readings. Tuesday, November 10, at 7:15 pm.
I will be reading from and discussing The Danish Girl at 3 pm
Moderated by an agent who specializes in history and serious non-fiction, two veteran editors will discuss the elements of trade books with a scholar who has written an award-winning university press book and prominent trade book and a younger scholar publishing her first book with a trade house. What are the differences between trade and scholarly publishing? What are the pros and cons of each path?