Early April Events at Unnameable Books

April 4 (Th--8pm) Greetings with Rachael Guynn Wilson, Anastasios Karnazes & Andrea Abi-Karam with music by Downtown Girls

April 5 (F--7:30pm) Small Orange Journal's Emerging Woman Poet Honor with featured poet Cynthia Cruz. This event is also a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization, Girls Write Now. This year's recipient of the Emerging Woman Poet Honor is Theadora Siranian. The three honorable mentions are: LeConté Dill, Oksana Noriega, and McCaela Prentice. https://www.facebook.com/events/397573944361128/

April 8 (M--7pm) Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State State reading group. We are coming together as organizers across New York City working outside the nonprofit industrial complex to study gentrification and "development" in our city. https://www.facebook.com/events/2230797080310740/

April 10 (W--7pm) Feral Voices, a new monthly reading series that focuses on celebrating a selection of writers who work and struggle outside of the typical institutions of the writing community. A night for those who work one or more "day jobs," but have a voice to share that goes against the grain or upends capitalist, patriarchal understandings of the label "author." https://www.facebook.com/FeralVoices/

April 11 (Th--7pm) A reading and discussion with Brittany Ackerman, author of The Perpetual Motion Machine and T Kira Madden, author of Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls.

April 12 (F--7pm) Sugar Factory by Emily Wallis Hughes Reading & Party. Join us in the stone garden for a book party and reading to celebrate Sugar Factory, recently published by Spuyten Duyvil. Readings from Emily Wallis Hughes, Sarah Riggs, Regan Good, Holly Mitchell, Geoffrey Nutter, Matthew Rohrer, and Anna Gurton-Wachter. https://www.facebook.com/events/581688515639749/

April 13 (Sat--4pm) Victor Serge’s Notebooks: 1936-1947.
Book release presentation with translator Mitch Abidor and Jacob Pittman.
In 1936, Victor Serge—poet, novelist, and revolutionary—left the Soviet Union for Paris, the rare opponent of Stalin to escape the Terror. In 1940, after the Nazis marched into Paris, Serge fled France for Mexico, where he would spend the rest of his life. His years in Mexico were marked by isolation, poverty, peril, and grief; his Notebooks, however, brim with resilience, curiosity, outrage, a passionate love of life, and superb writing. https://www.facebook.com/events/416234232282786/

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