upcoming events

  • Chris Adrian and Eli Horowitz | The New World

    An innovative story of love, decapitation, cryogenics, and memory by two of our most creative literary minds. Jorie has just received some terrible news. A phone full of missed calls and sympathetic text messages seem to indicate that her husband, Jim, a chaplain at the hospital where she works as…

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  • Amber Tamblyn | Dark Sparkler

    The lives of more than twenty-five actresses lost before their time—from Marilyn Monroe to Brittany Murphy—explored in a haunting, provocative new work by an acclaimed poet and actress. Amber Tamblyn is both an award-winning film and television actress and an acclaimed poet. As such she is deeply…

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  • Robert Scheer | They Know Everything about You

    They Know Everything About You is a groundbreaking exposé of how government agencies and tech corporations monitor virtually every aspect of our lives, and a fierce defense of privacy and democracy. Robert Scheer argues that the information revolution, while a source of public enlightenment, contains…

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  • Karl Ove Knausgaard

    Norwegian novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard is the author of the epic six-part, 3,600-page autobiographical novel, My Struggle. With meticulous detail, the volumes recount Knausgaard’s life from boyhood to adulthood. Knausgaard’s truly original and highly acclaimed approach to the novel has ignited …

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  • Stephen Kessler | Where Was I; Need I Say More?

    Veteran Bay Area poet, translator, essayist, editor and journalist Stephen Kessler presents his three newest books in an evening of readings and conversation about heteroformalism, hybrid writings, the prose poem as journalism, the personal cultural essay, and the art of literary translation. Stephen…

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  • Red Hen Press @ City Lights

    With with Ron Carlson, Dean Kostos and Amy Uyematsu. Ron Carlson reading from new works, Dean Kostos reading from his new poetry collection This Is Not A Skyscraper, Amy Uyematsu reading from her poetry collection The Yellow Door.

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