Daily Archives: May 21, 2018

Molly Crabapple in Seattle, The Book Tour, Media + More

In the Pacific Northwest?  Molly is talking with Lidia Yuknavitch (The Book of Joan, The Misfit’s Manifesto) Sunday at Powell’s at 7:30pm, and the event tops The Portland Mercury’s list of ways to enjoy the arts this week.

Monday night, Molly will be in Seattle in conversation with co-author Marwan Hisham, who will join by video conference at the legendary Elliott Bay Book Company at 7pm. The Seattle Review of Books asked Molly what she’s currently reading.

Thursday, back in New York, Molly will be in conversation with Alexis Okeowo, winner of the 2018 PEN Open Book Award for A Moonless, Starless Sky: Ordinary Women and Men Fighting Extremism in Africa, at the Strand, as part of PEN’s Out Loud event series, at 7:00pm. Admission details are here.

On Friday, May 25, Molly will be in DC, in conversation with Latoya Peterson, deputy editor at ESPN’s The Undefeated, at East City Book Shop at 7:30pm, and details are here.

For details on upcoming London, Paris, and Boston appearances, click here, and all tour bookstores have signed copies in stock.

A few great clips from this week’s launch in the U.S. that we’d like to share with you:

  • Molly Crabapple on Using Art to Expose Injustice from Syria to Guantánamo to Puerto Rico [Democracy Now]
  • A Searing Memoir Recalls How Syria’s Civil War Tore Apart Three Friends [Mother Jones]
  • 15 Books You Should Read This May: Memoirs, Mothers, Crumbling Empires, and More [Literary Hub]

Syria in Ink” an exhibition of art from Brothers of the Gun is on exhibition at the Brooklyn Public Library until June 30.

Need a copy of the book? Order a signed copy from a tour bookstore, or click here