Celebrate National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) with two great events for authors, open to all literary-curious New Yorkers.
INDIE AUTHOR DAY AT QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY (IN-PERSON)
Celebrate indie authors who—with passion and integrity—bring together local writing and reading communities. We invite you to browse books by Queens writers; enjoy readings from New York Indie Author 2020 Contest winner Beverly Burchett, Schnepps Media Power Woman 2022 Julienne Ryan, novelist and Jamaica native Denise Laidler, and former Consumer Reports Travel Letter Editor-in-Chief William J. McGee; plus more great activities.
Saturday, November 12
89-11 Merrick Boulevard
PUBLISHING AS COMMUNITY BUILDING (VIRTUAL)
During this engaging conversation, Elæ Moss and JP Howard will discuss writing, publishing, and self-publishing as vital practices of solidarity, community building, and mutual aid. Elæ Moss is the Founder and Creative Director of The Operating System & Liminal Lab. They are a publisher, multidisciplinary artist, curator, scholar, and a Professor at Pratt Institute and Bennington College. JP Howard is a poet, educator, community builder, and a general Poetry Editor for Women's Studies Quarterly.
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Tuesday, November 15