As we stay at home 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 events and their recordings.

August 17

August 18

August 19

  • NEW AMERICA presents Sara Hendren, author of What Can a Body Do?, in conversation with Forest Young (12PM, Zoom)
  • Fiona Davis, author of The Lions of Fifth Avenue, event with Lewes Library, hosted by Browse about Books (5PM, Zoom)
  • Kent Russell, author of In the Land of Good Living, in conversation with Craig Pittman (6PM, Event)
  • Atlanta Audubon + Eagle Eye Books: Birds and Beers featuring David Sibley, author of What It’s Like to Be a Bird (7PM, Event)
  • Bianca Marais, author of If You Want to Make God Laugh, in conversation with Jamise Harper (7PM, Instagram)
  • Books & Books Event featuring Sarah Chayes, author of On Corruption in America (7PM, Crowdcast)
  • Apostle Island Booksellers event featuring Peter Geye, author of Northernmost (8PM, Zoom)
  • WHAT NOW: AN ANTIRACIST TEACH-IN with Ibram X. Kendi and Robin DiAngelo (8:15PM, Zoom)
  • David Joy discusses When These Mountains Burn (9PM, Facebook)

August 20

August 21

August 22

August 23

  • Books Passage event featuring featuring David Sibley, author of What It’s Like to Be a Bird (7PM, Event)

A Recap of Last Week’s Author Events, 8/17-8/23

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