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.

October 12

  • Random House Virtual Events: Inside the House featuring senior designer Jen Wang (5:30PM, Instagram)
  • Seattle Arts & Lectures features Tana French, author of The Searcher, in conversation with Ruth Ware (10:30PM, Zoom)

October 13

  • Warwick’s hosts Matt Haig, author of The Midnight Library, in conversation with Margarita Montimore (3PM, Facebook)
  • Shalom Auslander, author of Mother for Dinner, in discussion with Cheryl Pearl Sucher (4PM, Zoom)
  • JCC Network hosts Brad Meltzer and Chris Eliopoulos, author and illustrator of I am Anne Frank and I am Benjamin Franklin (5PM, Zoom)
  • Community Bookstore and Murmrr present Jeff Tweedy, author of How to Write One Song (7:30PM, Zoom)
  • Hoda Kotb, author of This Just Speaks to Me event (8PM, Cadenza)

October 14

October 15

October 16

  • Brookline Booksmith hosts John Hodgman, author of Medallion Status (7PM, Zoom)
  • Quail Ridge Books hosts Cathy Marie Buchanan, author of Daughter of Black Lake, in conversation with Meg Waite Clayton (7PM, Crowdcast)
  • Brattleboro Literary Festival hosts Megha Majumdar, author of A Burning (7PM, Zoom)

October 17

  • Rakestraw hosts Matt Haig, author of The Midnight Library, in conversation with Patrick Nolan (12:30PM, Crowdcast)
  • Brattleboro Literary Festival hosts Susan Minot, author of Why I Don’t Write, in conversation with Peter Orner (3PM, Zoom)
  • Brattleboro Literary Festival hosts Sarah Chayes, author of On Corruption in America (3:15PM, Zoom)
  • Wisconsin Book Festival hosts Janna Levin, author of Black Hole Survival Guide, in conversation with Brian Greene (7PM, Zoom)

October 18

  • FIYAHCON 2020 Virtual Panel: “Mothers and Daughters: The Good, the Bad, and the Strange” featuring Alexis Henderson, L.L. McKinney, Maria Haskins, and Rivers Solomon (12PM, Zoom)
  • East City Bookshop hosts Sherry Thomas, author of Murder on Cold Street, and Evie Dunmore, author of A Rogue of One’s Own (1PM, Event)

A Recap of Last Week’s Author Events, 10/11-10/18

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