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New Voices in Fiction: Peace Adzo Medie

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Monday, September 14, 2020, at 5:00 PM

Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome Peace Adzo Medie — author of Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa for a virtual discussion of her debut novel, His Only Wife. She will be joined in conversation by acclaimed writer Wayétu Moore, author of She Would Be King: A Novel and The Dragons, The Giant, The Women: A Memoir. For more details and to register, click here.

 

About His Only Wife

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New Voices in Fiction: Shruti Swamy

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Friday, August 21st at 7:00 PM

Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome author Shruti Swamy for a virtual discussion of her debut short story collection, A House Is a Body. She will be joined in conversation by Megha Majumdar, author of the widely acclaimed novel, A Burning. For more details and to register, click here.

 

About A House Is a Body

Dreams collide with reality, modernity with antiquity, and myth with identity in the twelve arresting stories of A House Is a Body. In “Earthly Pleasures,” a young painter living alone in ...

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New Voices in Fiction: Daniel Hornsby

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Thursday, August 20th at 7:00 PM

Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome author Daniel Hornsby for a virtual discussion of his debut novel, Via Negativa. He will be joined in conversation by acclaimed author Andrew Martin, author of the story collection Cool for America

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New Voices in Fiction: Emily Nemens

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Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 at 7:00pm

 

Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome The Paris Review editor Emily Nemens for a discussion of her debut novel, The Cactus League. She will be joined in conversation with Mark Polanzak.

 

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Craft, Process & Finding the Life: Jamel Brinkley Talks to Jonathan Escoffery

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Jamel Brinkley's debut collection, A Lucky Man, has garnered great praise from all corners of the literary community. According to Publishers Weekly, the nine stories in Brinkley’s promising debut address persistent issues of race, class, and masculinity across three decades of New York City’s history.

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