Join bestselling authors Heather Webb and Katherine Howe for a lively conversation about two women who redefined their place in the world.
Join authors Erica Howsare and Nicollette L. Cagle for a discussion of three remarkable creatures that dwell in the natural world: deer, snakes, and humans.
Authors Ethel Morgan Smith and Courtney Thorsson explore how the bonds of Black women shaped America today.
Join author Curtis Chin as he talks about his memoir about growing up working class, queer, and Chinese American in Detroit in the 1970s and 80s.
Three authors explore the tradition of queer literary fiction, and how writers are expanding the genre in imaginative and evocative ways.
Join the author of this middle-grade book about a Syrian boy who secretly tags messages of freedom around his city.
Across time and genre, four authors explore the dark side of their imaginations.
Joins novelists Sarah Mughal Rana and Kelly Ann Jacobson for a talk about Hope Ablaze and Robin and Her Misfits, novels with teen characters who learn how to be true to themselves in extraordinary circumstances.
Discover the superpower of curiosity with Scott Shigeoka, internationally recognized curiosity expert, speaker, and the author of SEEK: How Curiosity Can Transform Your Life and Change the World.
Adult Learners from around the world will share their meaningful stories and poems about family, work, education and belonging.
In her novel Against Technoableism: Rethinking Who Needs Improvement, Ashley Shew examines the often harmful intersection of technology and disability.