As we stay indoors during uncertain times, we’re staying connected with each other and the stories and authors who inspire us. For those of you who may have missed some of our virtual Penguin Random House author Q&A’s, book events, and more, here is a recap of last week’s (5/4-5/9) events and their recordings.

May 4

May 5

May 6

  • MASL’s Virtual Book Festival “Books that Bridge MG & YA” Panel with Melanie Sumrow, Barbara Dee, Aida Salazar, Paula Chase, Laurie Morrison, Torrey Maldonado, and Henry Lien (11AM, Event)
  • Random House Virtual Events: Writer’s Routine featuring Ruth Reichl, author of Save Me the Plums (12:30PM, Instagram Live)
  • Live Q&A with Dog Trainer Zak George, author of Guide to a Well-Behaved Dog (1PM, Instagram Live)
  • Reading Women Podcast: C Pam Zhang, author of How Much of These Hills Is Gold (1:30PM, Skype)
  • Jennifer Steil live reading of her novel Exile Music (3PM, Facebook Live)
  • Andrea Bartz, author of The Herd, in conversation with Alex Steinman, co-founder of The Coven, hosted by Wordplay Festival (4:30PM, Crowdcast)
  • Bay Area Book Festival Panel “Of Violence And Hope” featuring Randy Ribay, author of Patron Saints of Nothing (6PM, YouTube)
  • Discussion with Susan Meissner, author of The Last Year of the War (7PM, Zoom)
  • NYU FOLCS Presents: Robert Kolker, author of Hidden Valley Road (7PM, Zoom)
  • Random House Virtual Events: Well Enough featuring Rick Hanson, PhDSharon Salzberg, and Kalia Kelmenson on keeping the mind well (7:30PM, Zoom)
  • Virtual event in partnership with Mysterious Galaxy featuring Andrea Robertson, author of Forged in Fire and Stars (9PM, Facebook)

May 7

  • Magic City Books event featuring David Allen Sibley, author of What It’s Like to Be a Bird (8PM, Zoom)
  • Politics & Prose and Girls’ Night In featuring Emma Straub, author of All Adults Here (8PM, Crowdcast)

May 8

May 9

A Recap of Last Week’s Virtual Author Events, 5/4-5/9

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