Upcoming Ticketed Events

AUTHOR EVENTS COMING THIS FALL
This is your definitive Get-Out-Your-Calendar email of the summer. Let's get ready for fall.
See below our roundup of all the ticketed author events we've announced so far for September and October. (And, believe it or not, there are still more announcements to come.)
But for now, take note of event dates and ticket-on-sale dates, and enjoy these last few weeks of summer (and all the Fiction Fridays along the way).

We'll be back next week with our regular " News & Events" newsletter, featuring upcoming events, new arrivals, ticket info, and more. 

Thanks for reading,
Alex

Lee Child in conversation with Stephen King 

 Stephen King calls Jack Reacher "the coolest continuing series character." King and bestselling author Lee Child will discuss Reacher, their writing careers, and Make Me, a masterly new thriller from Child.  


Wednesday, September 9, 2015
7:30pm at Sanders Theatre


$32 tickets (book included)
on sale through the Harvard Box Office
 
Mary Karr discusses The Art of Memoir   

Monday, September 14, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


 $5 tickets on sale
August 25 at 9am

Online pre-sales
(ticket + book)
now available

 
"Karr is a national treasure -- that rare genius who's also a brilliant teacher. This joyful celebration of memoir packs transcendent insights with trademark hilarity. Anyone yearning to write will be inspired, and anyone passionate to live an examined life will fall in love with language and literature all over again. " --George Saunders
Salman Rushdie presents his latest novel 

Monday, September 21, 2015
7:00pm at First Parish Church


 Tickets on sale now
(book included)

 
"In his latest novel, Rushdie invents his own cultural narrative -- one that blends elements of One Thousand and One Nights, Homeric epics, and sci-fi and action/adventure comic books. . . . [and] provides readers with an intellectual treasure chest cleverly disguised as a comic pop-culture apocalyptic caprice."
--Publishers Weekly, starred review

Elizabeth Gilbert discusses Big Magic  

Friday, September 25, 2015
7:00pm at First Parish Church


 Tickets on sale now
(book included)

 
"Few writers enchant the modern imagination with such soulful, pleasurable prose and sheer generosity of spirit as Elizabeth Gilbert." --Brain Pickings
Kate Beaton presents Step Aside, Pops   

Monday, September 28, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


 Tickets on sale August 25 at 9am (book included)

A follow-up to Hark! A Vagrant, which spent five months on the New York Times bestseller list

 
"From Julius Caesar to The Secret Garden and from the late Romantics to Kokoro, Beaton knocks it out of the park, having a go at anything and everything with her razor-sharp wit." --Publishers Weekly, starred review
Paul Theroux discusses Deep South    

Tuesday, September 29, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


 $5 tickets on sale September 8
Online pre-sales (ticket + book) on sale August 25

 
"A generation of travel writers owes a debt to Theroux's immersive, first-person narratives, captured with unflinching, sometimes merciless candor."
--New York Times Book Review

Ruth Reichl in conversation with Doc Willoughby

Wed, September 30, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


  Tickets on sale August 25 at 9am (book included)

 
"Ruth is one of our greatest storytellers today, which you will feel from the moment you open this book and begin to read: No one writes as warmly and engagingly about the all-important intersection of food, life, love, and loss. This book is a lyrical and deeply intimate journey told through recipes, as only Ruth can do." --Alice Waters
Robert B. Reich discusses Saving Capitalism 

Thursday, October 1, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


  $5 tickets on sale September 8
Online pre-sales (ticket + book) on sale August 25

 
"Robert Reich has written a riveting guide to how our economic and political system has become so badly flawed, distorted by pervasive rent seeking and monopolies. He explains our rising inequality and our poor economic performance. Wholesale reform is needed -- far beyond the usual prescriptions of raising the minimum wage and spending more money on education." --Joseph Stiglitz
Rick Riordan presents The Sword of Summer 

Monday, October 5, 2015
7:00pm at Back Bay Events Center


  Tickets on sale September 1
Tickets available online only

$30 tickets include a signed book / $15 tickets are admission only

 
"Rick Riordan's new series is simply brilliant -- maybe his best yet! I thought I knew Norse mythology, but now that I've read the gripping and hilarious Sword of Summer, I'll never see Thor the same way again. Get ready to stay up all night reading!"
--New York Times
#1 best-selling author Harlan Coben

Roberta Kaplan discusses Then Comes Marriage  

Thursday, October 8, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


$5 tickets on sale September 15
Online pre-sales (ticket + book) on sale September 1

 
"Roberta Kaplan makes questions of constitutionality and the intricacies of legal strategy read like a John Grisham thriller. Then Comes Marriage explains how we arrived at this surprising moment in history, but it's also a testament to the persuasive, transformative power of a good story." --Alison Bechdel, author of Fun Home
Melanne Verveer & Kim K. Azzarelli discuss Fast Forward 

Friday, October 9, 2015
6:00pm at the Brattle Theatre


  $5 tickets on sale September 15
Online pre-sales (ticket + book) on sale September 1


"As I have travelled the world, I've seen incredible strength and resilience of women everywhere, working at every level. If there was ever a doubt that our moment is now, this book dispels it. Fast Forward shows every woman how she can empower herself and her community, and why all of us will be better for it. Women are the growing force for progress in the 21st century."
--Madeleine Albright
Patti Smith discusses and signs M Train

Saturday, October 10, 2015
7:00pm at Back Bay Events Center


 Tickets on sale September 8 at 9am (book included)

 
"No matter the distance life may take her, Smith always recovers some semblance of normalcy with the simple pleasures of a deli coffee on her stoop, her mind constantly buoyed by humanity, art, and memory . . . . An atmospheric, moody, and bittersweet memoir, to be savored and pondered." --Kirkus
Chelsea Clinton signs It's Your World 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
6:30pm at Harvard Book Store

Book signing for kids, teens, and families!

Signing line tickets on sale
September 15 at 9am
 
"Written for 10- to 14-year-old readers, It's Your World features inspiring stories of young world-changers who are already making positive impacts on their local communities and around the globe. The book explains some of the biggest challenges facing our world -- and especially young people -- today, while exploring solutions to those challenges." -- Bustle
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