UPDATED: Watch a recording! I’m super excited about this in-person and virtual hybrid event I’m doing with author Jennifer Givhan through the amazing Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore in San Diego! We’ll have a short conversation about our novels, followed by a Q&A with the audience and booksigning, where both virtual and in-person folks can get booksContinue reading “Conversation with Jennifer Givhan at Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore (In Store and Virtual, Dec. 8, 7pm PST)”
I’m looking forward to going back to my home state for the Louisiana Book Festival next weekend, where I’ll be on the panel “Enchanted Worlds: Reimagined Fairytales and Everyday Magic” moderated by Fatima Shaik from 11-11:45 with fellow Redhook author Alex Jennings, discussing our debuts, The Book of Gothel and The Ballad of Perilous Graves. If you’re inContinue reading “Louisiana Book Festival Panel and Book Signing (Sat. 10/29, 11am-12:45pm)”
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, I read virtually from The Book of Gothel with fellow debut novelists and NYU alumni Cleyvis Natera (Neruda on the Park) and Rebekah Anderson Fitzgerald (The Grand Promise). The link is available on YouTube! Read more about The Book of Gothel and buy a signed copy here.
UPDATED: Watch a recording! This Thursday night, 8/4, at 6pm ET/ 5pm CT! I’ll be presenting The Book of Gothel in conversation with Olesya Salnikova Gilmore, author of The Witch and the Tsar, through the wonderful Asheville, NC bookstore, Malaprop’s, virtual reading series! It’s a free event, but you must register to attend. Here’s theContinue reading “Virtual Reading and Q&A with Malaprop’s–Thursday Aug 4, 6pm ET”
The Book of Gothel is coming out in only three days—this Tuesday! If you haven’t bought your copy yet, please consider doing so now! I’m doing a signing at Virginia Highland Books in Atlanta next Saturday, 7/30, from 3:30-5pm, so if you’d like to buy a personalized signed copy from an independent bookstore, now isContinue reading “Signing at Virginia Highland Books in Atlanta–Saturday, July 30, 3:30-5pm”
I’m so excited for this conversation tonight with Vaishnavi Patel via OrbitLive! Traditional stories are full of mothers, stepmothers, and mother figures who don’t exactly have their offspring’s best interests at heart. Join us for a discussion and Q&A! Register now: bit.ly/3Ak2Cl3
I had such a wonderful weekend presenting at the C.D. Wright Women Writers Conference reading with Stacey Balkun, Sally Rosen Kindred, and Donna Vorreyer on “Reinventing Ever After: Women Reclaim the Fairy Tale in Poetry”…
Sunday, I had the pleasure of reading with five other woman poets at the Woman Made Gallery in Chicago–I’m so grateful to Nina Corwin and the Gallery for organizing this reading in this amazing space. It was a wonderful experience to listen to and read with these other inspiring poets! I had never been to theContinue reading “Mutations of Otherness at Woman Made Gallery”
I’ll be reading from Wolf Skin in Chicago on June 1 from 1:30-3:30 pm at the Woman Made Gallery Literary Series on the theme of “The Other,” as part of the group art show that is ongoing through June 26. Fellow Dancing Girl Press poet, Janeen Rastall, whose work is wonderful, will also be reading, and I’m aContinue reading “June 1 Reading in Chicago”
I’ll be reading Tuesday, October 29 with six other The Way North writers: Ellen Airgood, Julie Brooks Barbour, Eric Gadzinski, Sue Harrison, L.E. Kimball, and Janice Repka. Come out and see us, 7pm at the Superior District Library, Bayliss Library in Sault Sainte Marie.
I’ll be reading at Chelsea’s in Baton Rouge on Wednesday, Sept. 2 as part of an LSU Alumni Reading.
It looks like I’ll be reading as part of the New York University Emerging Writers Series at either Mo Pitkins or the KGB Bar on October 29!