Lit Boston: What’s Happening in January?
In the January 2019 edition of "Best of Boston," we bring you our top Boston lit events this month, curated from the Boston Literary District's event calendar, an essential source of literary happenings.
When: Wednesday, January 9th, 12:30pm-1:
Bring your lunch and come on over to GrubStreet. For 45 minutes, you’ll meet fellow writers and get your creative juices flowing with some cool writing exercises.
When: Thursday, January 10th, 7:00-9:
On January 10th, join fellow Grubbie Belle Brett for a free reading and discussion about the evolution of her novel, Gina in the Floating World, which is inspired by her own experiences as a bar hostess in Tokyo in the 1970s.
When: Friday, January 11th,
On Friday, January 11th, join the next New Voices in Fiction event at the Harvard Book Store to hear award-winning writer Laura Adamczyk read from her debut short story collection, Hardly Children.
When: Monday, January 14th, 6:00pm-9:00pm; 1220 University Ave, Providence
Providence writers, looking to meet fellow writers and learn more about your writing community? Drop by our Providence Open House on Monday, January 14th to discuss your writing goals, get personalized class recommendations, and more.
When: Friday, January 18th, 5:30pm-6:
Meet fellow writers and get your creative juices flowing with some great writing exercises. Free drinks (beer, coffee, water) and snacks provided.
When: Tuesday, January 22nd,
Harvard Book Store welcomes psychologist, professor, and UMass Medical School chief diversity officer on January 22nd for a discussion of her latest book Some of My Friends Are . . . The Daunting Challenges and Untapped Benefits of Cross-Racial Friendships.
When: Wednesday, January 23rd, 6:00pm-8:
On December 23rd, don’t miss one of Danielle Legros Georges’s last appearances as the City of Boston’s Poet Laureate (2015-2019). Join Boston Public Library
Sarah "Rah" Sturman is a senior at The American University of Paris, studying Creative Writing and Italian Studies. She fabricates fiction, toys with translation, and has been published in Paris/Atlantic. In her spare time, she creates languages, takes photographs (Instagram: @sarevel), and travels. Her current missions are to find the best French croissants in Boston and the best New York bagels in Paris.See other articles by Sarah Sturman