Author readings around Boston April 3-9

Erica Ferencik (“Girl in Ice”) reads in person at 4 pm at Fivesparks Gallery.

MONDAY

Stephen M Fleming (“Know Thyself: The Science of Self-Awareness”) is in conversation with elizabeth phelps at noon at Harvard Book Store. . . Tricia Elam Walker and Ekua Holmes (“Dream Street”) read at 3:30 pm at Boston Public Library. . . Laetitia Ky (“Love and Justice: A Journey of Empowerment, Activism, and Embracing Black Beauty”) is in conversation with noelle chung at 5 p.m. at Harvard Book Store. . . maud newton (“Ancestor Trouble: A Reckoning and a Reconciliation”) is in conversation with casey cep at 6 pm at American Inspiration by New England Historic Genealogical Society. . . Michael Schur (“How To Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question”) is in conversation with Lydia Moland virtually and in person at 6:30 pm at WBUR CitySpace (tickets are $5 for virtual attendance or $15 for in-person attendance) . . . kip wilson (“The Most Dazzling Girl in Berlin”) is in conversation with Kerri Maher in person at 7 pm at Porter Square Books. . . James D Shipman (“Beyond the Wire”) reads at 7 pm at Langley-Adams Library. . . elizabeth alexander (“The Trayvon Generation”) is in conversation with Mahogany L. Browne at 8 pm at Harvard Book Store.

TUESDAY

Mikel Jollette (“Hollywood Park: A Memoir”) reads in person at 6 pm at Brookline Booksmith (tickets are $22 for admission and a copy of the book to be picked up, or $27 for admission and a signed copy of the book to be shipped) . . . TL Huchu (“Our Lady of Mysterious Ailments”) reads at 6 pm at An Unlikely Story. . . Devon W. Carbado (“Unreasonable: Black Lives, Police Power, and the Fourth Amendment”) is in conversation with Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . Betty G. Yee (“Gold Mountain”) is in conversation with Shelley Berg virtually and in person at 7 pm at Porter Square Books: Boston Edition. . . Rory Power (“In a Garden Burning Gold”) reads in person at 7 pm at An Unlikely Story. . . Betty Kearse (“The Other Madisons: The Lost History of A President’s Black Family”) and Artress Bethany White (“Survivor’s Guilt: Essays on Race and American Identity”) are in conversation with Deborah Norkin at 7 pm at Goodnow Library. . . Paula McLain (“When the Stars Go Dark”) is in conversation with Regina Brett at 8:30 pm at Wellesley Books.

WEDNESDAY

Wendy Fisherman and Howard Gardner (“The Real World of College: What Higher Education Is and What It Can Be”) are in conversation with Deb Roy in person at 5:30 pm at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. . . Mary Sarah Bilder (“Female Genius: Eliza Harriot and George Washington at the Dawn of the Constitution”) reads virtually and in person at 6 pm at the Massachusetts Historical Society (tickets are free for virtual attendance or $10 for in-person attendance) . . . Alice Waters (“We Are What We Eat: A Slow Food Manifesto”) reads at 6 pm at WBUR CitySpace (tickets are $5) . . . andie tocher (“Not Exactly Lying: Fake News and Fake Journalism in American History”) reads at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . Mark Arsenault (“The Imposter’s War: The Press, Propaganda, and the Newsman Who Battled for the Minds of America”) is in conversation with Jan Brogan in person at 7 pm at Brookline Booksmith. . . Diana Renn (“Trouble at Turtle Pond”) is in conversation with Loree Griffin Burns in person at 7 pm at The Silver Unicorn Bookstore. . . Caroline Ailanthus (“Ecological Memory”) reads at 7 pm at Oak Bluffs Library. . . Paul C. Clerici (“Boston Marathon: History by the Mile”) reads virtually and in person at 7 pm at the Sherborn Library.

THURSDAY

Louise Erdrich (“The Sentence”) is in conversation with Joan Naviyuk Kane at 6 p.m. at Cambridge Public Library. . . Mary Jo Hetzel (“In a Silent Way”) reads at 6:30 pm at Boston Public Library. . . Dorothy Roberts (“Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families—and How Abolition Can Build a Safer World”) reads in person at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store. . . Rachel Barenbaum (“Atomic Anna”) is in conversation with Lara Prescott virtually and in person at 7 pm at Brookline Booksmith. . . Haleh Liza Gafori (“Gold”) is in conversation with Kythe Letitia Heller in person at 7 pm at Porter Square Books. . . Jane Green (“Sister Stardust”) reads in person at 7 pm at An Unlikely Story (tickets are $28.68 and include a copy of the book to be picked up). . . matthew gabriel and David M Perry (“The Bright Ages: A New History of Medieval Europe”) read at 7 pm at the Boston Athenæum (tickets are $5).

FRIDAY

Moshe Hoffmann and Erez Yoeli (“Hidden Games: The Surprising Power of Game Theory to Explain Irrational Human Behavior”) read at noon at Harvard Book Store . . . Elizabeth Reid (“Secrets of the Sprakkar: Iceland’s Extraordinary Women and How They Are Changing the World”) is in conversation with Geraldine Brooks in person at 3 pm at Trident Booksellers. . . Jennifer Egan (“The Candy House”) reads at 6 pm at the Brattle Theater at an event hosted by Harvard Book Store (tickets are $6 for admission or $29.75 for admission and a copy of the book to be picked up) . . . Douglas Stuart (“Young Mungo”) is in conversation with emiko tamagawa virtually and in person at 6:30 pm at WBUR CitySpace (tickets are $5 for virtual attendance, $15 for general in-person attendance, or $25 for premiere in-person attendance) . . . Dylan Brown (“Conversations with People Who Hate Me: 12 Things I Learned from Talking to Internet Strangers”) is in conversation with Sarah Kay at 7 pm at Brookline Booksmith.

SATURDAY

Carrie Tillotson and Estrela Lourenco (“Counting to Bananas: A Mostly Rhyming Fruit Book”) read at 11 am at The Silver Unicorn Bookstore . . . Cynthia Platt (“Easter Starring Egg!”) reads in person at 11 am at Copper Dog Books. . . Ursula Andkjaer Olsen and Katrine Ogaard Jensen (“My Jewel Box”) read at noon at Brookline Booksmith . . . Martha Waters (“To Marry and to Meddle”) is in conversation with Alison Cochrun at 6 p.m. at Brookline Booksmith. . . Gregory Maguire (“Cress Watercress”) reads in person at 6 pm at An Unlikely Story.

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