Author readings around Boston March 13-19

TUESDAY

elizabeth becker (“You Don’t Belong Here: How Three Women Rewrote the Story of War”) reads at noon at the Boston Athenæum (tickets are free for members and $5 for non-members). . . Anil Seth (“Being You: A New Science of Consciousness”) reads at 5 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . Christine McDonnell and Victoria Tentler-Krylov (“Sanctuary: Kip Tiernan and Rosie’s Place, the Nation’s First Shelter for Women”) read in person at 6 pm at Brookline Booksmith . . . seth meyers (“I’m Not Scared, You’re Scared”) is in conversation with judy blume at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store (tickets are $24 and include a shipped copy of the book and signed bookplate). . . Ryan North (“How to Take Over the World: Practical Schemes and Scientific Solutions for the Aspiring Supervillain”) is in conversation with Randall Munroe at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . Marie Benedict (“Her Hidden Genius”), Heather Webb (“The Next Ship Home: A Novel of Ellis Island”), Kate Moore (“The Woman They Could Not Silence: One Woman, Her Incredible Fight for Freedom, and the Men Who Tried to Make Her Disappear”), and Katharine Gregory (“The Double Life of Katharine Clark: The Untold Story of the Fearless Journalist Who Risked Her Life for Truth and Justice”) are in conversation with Mary O’Malley at 7 pm at Porter Square Books. . . amanda lovelace (“unlock your storybook heart (you are your own fairy tale)”) is in conversation with Summer Webb at 7 pm at An Unlikely Story. . . Erika Lewis (“Kelcie Murphy and the Academy for the Unbreakable Arts”) and Shawn Peters (“The Unforgettable Logan Foster”) read at 7 pm at The Silver Unicorn Bookstore . . . Martin Sword (“Floaters: Poems”) is in conversation with Anna VQ Ross in person and virtually at 7 pm at Emerson College. . . Max Gladstone (“Last Exit”) reads at 7 pm at Tewksbury Public Library.

WEDNESDAY

Sabah Tahir (“All My Rage”) is in conversation with Karen M. McManus in person at 6 pm at the Coolidge Corner Theater at an event hosted by Brookline Booksmith (tickets are $5 for admission, $20 for admission and a pre-signed copy of the book to be picked up, or $25 for admission and a personalized signed copy of the book to be picked up). . . peter swanson (“Nine Lives”) is in conversation with Lynne Constantin at 6 p.m. at Harvard Book Store. . . Ann Patchett (“These Precious Days: Essays”) reads at 7 pm at the Concord Museum. . . Melissa Fu (“Peach Blossom Spring”) reads at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . Erica Ferencik (“Girl in Ice”) reads in person at 7 pm at An Unlikely Story. . . Michael J Moore (“We Are All Whalers: The Plight of Whales and Our Responsibility”) reads at 7 pm at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library. . . Rachel Cerrotti (“We Share the Same Sky: A Memoir of Memory & Migration”) reads at 7 pm at Waltham Public Library.

THURSDAY

Renée Kurilla (“The Flower Garden”) reads at 1:30 pm at An Unlikely Story. . . Lin Thompson (“The Best Liars in Riverview”) reads at 4 pm at Boston Public Library. . . Roger Lowenstein (“Ways and Means: Lincoln and His Cabinet and the Financing of the Civil War”) is in conversation with David Moss at 7 pm in person and virtually at the Boston Athenæum (tickets are free for members, $5 for virtual attendance, or $10 for in-person attendance).

FRIDAY

Anne Gray Fischer (“The Streets Belong to Us: Sex, Race, and Police Power from Segregation to Gentrification”) is in conversation with Treva B Lindsey at noon at Harvard Book Store. . . Fintan O’Toole (“We Don’t Know Ourselves: A Personal History of Modern Ireland”) reads in person at 3 pm at the Central branch of Boston Public Library. . . Sara Manning Peskin (“A Molecule Away from Madness: Tales of the Hijacked Brain”) and Rachel E Gross (“Vagina Obscura: An Anatomical Voyage”) read at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . John Scalzi (“The Kaiju Preservation Society”) reads in person at 7 pm at Brookline Booksmith (tickets are $28 for admission and a signed copy of the book to be picked up, or $36 for admission and a signed copy of the book to be shipped) . . . Harlan Coben (“The Match”) reads at 8 pm at Harvard Book Store (tickets are $34.75 and include a shipped copy of the book).

SATURDAY

Nancy Tupper Ling (“For Every Little Thing: Poems and Prayers to Celebrate the Day”) and Janet Costa Bates (“Time for Bed, Old House”) read at 11 am at The Silver Unicorn Bookstore.

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