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Lawless Women

March 21, 2024 2PM – 3:30PM

Join bestselling authors Heather Webb and Katherine Howe for a lively conversation about two women who redefined their place in the world.

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Natural Born Creatures

March 21, 2024 2PM – 3:30PM

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.

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Black Women’s Collectives

March 21, 2024 2PM – 3:30PM

Authors Ethel Morgan Smith and Courtney Thorsson explore how the bonds of Black women shaped America today.

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Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant

March 21, 2024 4PM – 5:30PM
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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.

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Queer Reimaginings with SJ Sindu and Addie Tsai, in Conversation with Henry Hoke

March 21, 2024 4PM – 5:30PM

Three authors explore the tradition of queer literary fiction, and how writers are expanding the genre in imaginative and evocative ways.

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Tagging Freedom: Reading and Art Workshop

March 21, 2024 4:30PM – 6PM

Join the author of this middle-grade book about a Syrian boy who secretly tags messages of freedom around his city.

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Dark Imaginations

March 21, 2024 5:30PM – 7PM

Across time and genre, four authors explore the dark side of their imaginations.

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Finding Your Voice: YA Fiction Pizza Party

March 21, 2024 6:30PM – 8PM

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.

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SEEK: How Curiosity Can Transform Your Life

March 21, 2024 7PM – 8:30PM
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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.

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Stories of Meaning: Voices of Adult Learners

March 21, 2024 7PM – 8PM

Adult Learners from around the world will share their meaningful stories and poems about family, work, education and belonging.

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Against Technoableism

March 22, 2024 10AM – 11:30AM

In her novel Against Technoableism: Rethinking Who Needs Improvement, Ashley Shew examines the often harmful intersection of technology and disability.

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The Texture of Family: Black Fiction

March 22, 2024 10:30AM – 12PM

Join as authors Jeffrey Blount, Donna Hemans, and Joanna Skerrett discuss their novels that explore the texture of Black families.

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