• PEN World Voices!

    Every spring, New York City enjoys the intercultural literary splendor of the World Voices Festival, produced by PEN America! This year, Seven Stories Press is pleased to have three authors participating: Abdellah Taïa, Guadalupe Nettel, and Linh Dinh. For a complete schedule of this year’s festival, please visit the PEN website. Below is a listing of all WV events featuring Seven Stories authors!

    Wednesday, April 27th 6.30pm $40
    Literary Quest: Tenement Museum Edition
    at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum
    (103 Orchard Street, 10002)
    Featuring: Rashidah Ismaili, Eisa Davis, Richard Price, Colm Tóibín, Olga Tokarczuk, Sunjeev Sahota, Veronica Gonzalez Peña, and Guadalupe Nettel
    7S-Taia_comps_C-6_largeThursday, April 28th, 6pm Free
    Translating Activism: Ayotzinapa and Beyond
    at Dixon Place
    (161A Chrystie Street, 10002)
    Featuring: Cristina Rivera-Garza and Linh Dinh
    Thursday, April 28th 6.30pm $20
    Literary Quest: Westbeth Edition
    at the Westbeth Center for the Arts
    (55 Bethune Street, 10014)
    Featuring: Dalia Betolin-Sherman, Lorea Canales, Álvaro Enrigue, Saleem Haddad, Yuri Herrera, Andreï Makine, Karim Miské, Mark Nowak, Alexandre Vidal Porto, Susanna Reich, Fatima Shaik, Burhan Sönmez, Juan Villoro, Jorge Volpi, Klaus Wivel, and Abdellah Taïa
    Thursday, April 28th 8pm $15
    Women of Mexico
    at Dixon Place
    (161A Chrystie Street, 10002)
    Featuring: Carmen Boullosa, Valeria Luiselli, Cristina Rivera-Garza, and Guadalupe Nettel
    Friday, April 29th 6.30pm $12
    Translation Slam
    at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe
    (236 East Third Street, 10009)
    Featuring: Margaret Carson, Chris Clarke, Luis Felipe Fabre, Ezra Fitz, Michael F.

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  • Join Tamara Bower for Family Sundays at “The Discovery of King Tut”!

    Come join Tamara Bower, author of The Mummy Makers of Egypt, for a day of ancient Egyptian fun exploring The Discovery of King Tut

    Sunday, March 20th
    Sunday, April 10th

    11 am – 5pm

    The Discovery of King Tut
    at Premier Exhibitions
    417 5th Avenue (at 37th St), New York


    In March and April, “The Discovery of King Tut” will be holding two very special FAMILY SUNDAYS. These will be held from 11am to 5pm on March 20th and April 10th, and will include several exciting activities – all free with admission.

    On both Sundays, you’ll have the chance to meet Tamara Bower, artist, Egypt specialist, and author of three books about ancient Egypt. Tamara will be leading activities for young visitors, including mini-lectures and a chance to write their names in hieroglyphs!

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  • Kia Corthron at the Strand in NYC! 2/9!

    Join Kia Corthron for a reading from
    The Castle Cross the Magnet Carter,
    her epic debut novel of race in America,
    to be followed by a discussion with Robin D.G. Kelley.

    Tuesday, February 9th, 7 pm

    The Strand Book Store, 828 Broadway (at 12th St)


    The hotly anticipated first novel by lauded playwright and The Wire writer Kia Corthron, The Castle Cross the Magnet Carter sweeps American history from 1941 to the twenty-first century through the lives of four men — two white brothers from rural Alabama, and two black brothers from small-town Maryland — whose journey culminates in an explosive and devastating encounter between the two families.

    For additional information, click here.

    See you there!

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  • Join Tamara Bower at the Bank Street Bookstore on 3/16!

    Come meet the author of The Mummy Makers of Egypt,
    a beautifully illustrated and informative book for kids
    about the process of mummification!

    Wednesday, March 16, 2:30 pm
    Bank Street Bookstore, 2780 Broadway, New York


    From artist and Egypt specialist Tamara Bower comes her third, gorgeous book about Ancient Egypt. Using the classic style of Egyptian art, the book is painstakingly accurate in facts and illustrative style. Artifacts, funerary customs, kid-loving gory details of the mummification process, hieroglyphics, and details of life in ancient Egypt are told through the eyes of Ipy whose father is embalmer to the King. Yuya, father of the Queen, has died and Ipy must help his father in the mummification process.

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  • Kirk Beattie to speak at Israel’s Influence Conference 3/18

    Kirk Beattie, author of Congress and the Shaping of the Middle Eastwill speak at
    Israel’s Influence: Good or Bad for America?, a conference
    at the National Press Club in Washington, DC on Friday, March 18th.



    Find out more about the event and speakers here:

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  • Abdellah Taia at the Pen World Voices Festival

    Abdellah Taïa, the acclaimed author of books including
    Salvation Army, An Arab Melancholia,
    and Infidels (forthcoming from SSP),
    will be in New York City this spring for the PEN World Voices Festival!

    April 25th – May 1st


    Set in Salé, Morocco—the hometown Abdellah Taïa fled but to which he returns again and again in his acclaimed fiction and films—Infidels follows the life of Jallal, the son of a prostitute witch doctor—”a woman who knew men, humanity, better than anyone. In Sex. Beyond Sex.” As a ten-year-old sidekick to his mother, Jallal spits in the face of her enemies both real and imagined.

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  • Barry Gifford with Willy Vlautin 3/25!


    Join SSP stalwart Barry Gifford and Willy Vlautin at Powell’s City of Books in Portland!


    More info TBA!

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  • Barbara Williams Tour


    Don’t miss actress and author Barbara Williams
    on tour with her new memoir
    The Hope in Leaving 

    On the day she is leaving town to escape her troubled family and  to start over at twenty-four–she finds a note on her mother’s  door. Her brother has shot himself. In stories that face reality so  squarely they express what usually goes unsaid—from  exhilaration to despair—Barbara Williams remembers her  childhood leading up to this moment. Her father is a logger,  nomad, and born dreamer. Her mother has too many kids and  never enough money to support or protect them. The family  keeps on the move, shedding a grand total of twenty-seven  homes.

    Thursday, March 31st / LOS ANGELES

    6:30 pm Diesel Bookstore, Brentwood
    225 26th St, Santa Monica

    Saturday, April 2nd / IRVINE

    Literary Orange Event, Irvine Marriott
    18000 Von Karman Ave, Irvine

    Saturday and Sunday, April 9th and 10th / LOS ANGELES

    LA Times Book Festival, Los Angeles, CA

    Sunday, April 17 / MARIN / with Peter Coyote

    4:00 pm Book Passage, Marin
    51 Tamal Vista Blvd, Corte Madera, CA

    Friday, April 25th / AUSTIN

    7 pm BookPeople, Austin
    603 N Lamar Blvd, Austin

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  • Samuel Shem at the Cambridge Public Library on 5/12!


    Come see Samuel Shem,
    author of At the Heart of the Universe,
    at the Cambridge Public Library
    on Thursday, May 12th

    The story of two mothers and a father in love with the same daughter, Samuel Shem’s At the Heart of the Universe is an epic novel set deep in rural China against the backdrop of an ancient mountain monastery during the time of Mao’s one-child population control policies.

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  • USA! Guadalupe Nettel is coming!

    We are excited and delighted to be welcoming the acclaimed Guadalupe Nettel to several American cities this week!


    San Francisco
    Wednesday,  September 16 — 7:30pm
    Green Apple Books on the Park
    (1231 9th Ave)
    In conversation with Scott Esposito
    Friday, Septmeber 18 — 7pm
    Elliott Bay Book Company
    (1521 10th Ave)
    New York City
    Sunday, September 20 at the Brooklyn Book Festival
    12pm, Borough Hall Media Room (209 Joralemon St)-
    “That Global 70s Show”
    With Alejandro Zambra and Georgi Gospodinov
    Moderated by Andy Tepper
    4pm, St Francis College Auditorium (180 Remsen St)-
    A conversation with Valeria Luiselli, Yuri Herrera, Alejandro Zambra, and Andrés Neuman
    Moderated by Daniel Alarcón
    We are delighted to acknowledge the generous support of Aeromexico, the Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco, the Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, the Consulate General of Mexico in New York, and the Brooklyn Book Festival.
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