Sunday, November 23rd – 2 pm
Book talk: Sapna Thottathil
India’s Organic Farming Revolution

In her new book, Sapna Thottathil calls on us to rethink the politics of organic food by focusing on what it means for the people who grow and sell it--what it means for their health, the health of their environment, and also their economic and … [Read more...]

Wednesday, August 13th – 7:00 pm
Author Event: Sandra Hunter
presents her debut novel, Losing Touch

Author Sandra Hunter presents her debut novel, Losing Touch.  Joined by three colleagues:  poets Garrett Groenveld and Gary Turchin and essayist Barbara Yoder. After Indian Independence Arjun brings his family to London, but hopes of a better life … [Read more...]

Sunday, January 19th, 2 pm
A reading by contributors to
The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry

A reading by Susan Cohen, Lucille Lang Day, Julia B. Levine, Colleen McKee, Melissa Stein, Lisa Gluskin Stonestreet. With works by over 100 poets, The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry, edited by Deborah Ager and M.E. … [Read more...]

Author event with
Glen Park writer Beth Winegarner
The Columbine Effect
Monday, January 13th at 7 pm

Subtitled "How Five Teen Pastimes Got Caught in the Crossfire, and Why Teens are Taking Them Back", Beth Winegarner shows why we can "stop blaming teen violence on the wrong things--and...understand how Slayer, Satanism and Grand Theft Auto can be a … [Read more...]

Emil DeAndreis Book Release Party!
Wednesday, Stepember 25th, 7 pm
Beyond Folly: Misadventures in Substitute Teaching

Welcome to the wonderful world of public education, as seen through the eyes of seasoned substitute teacher, Horton Hagardy. It's a time you might recall with great fondness if you were a student a day to escape the oppressive existence of your … [Read more...]