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Q&A and Reading with Miranda Field of Uptown Poets

Miranda Field was born and raised in the UK, but has lived on the Upper West Side for many years.  Her first collection, Swallow, won a Katherine Bakeless Nason Literary publication Award. Her second collection is forthcoming from Four Way Books.  She teaches in the creative Writing programs at Eugene Lang, NYU, and Barnard College.

Q&A and Reading with New Vessel Press

This Sunday, April 19th, at 4pm, New Vessel Press will host an event featuring a discussion on the history and development of the press, including a showcase of current and future titles.  New Vessel Press was founded in New York City in 2012 and is an independent publishing house specializing in the translation of foreign literature into English.

Looking forward to this event, we interviewed cofounders Ross Ufberg and Michael Z. Wise about the press and upcoming publications...

Q&A with "Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It" contributors: Tina Donvito, Victoria Russell, and Cara Bradshaw

Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It, published ten years after Elizabeth Gilbert's original Eat Pray Love, is a collection of essays by nearly 50 different authors celebrating the original message of Eat Pray Love. Read our Q&A with three contributors to Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It, Tina Donvito, Victoria Russell, and Cara Bradshaw. 

Q&A with Ann Hedreen, author of "Her Beautiful Brain"

On Tuesday, May 26th, at 7pm, Ann Hedreen will launch her memoir, Her Beautiful Brain, at Book Culture on Columbus. Ann Hedreen is a writer, teacher, filmmaker and voice of the radio podcast and blog, The Restless Nest. Together, she and her husband Rustin Thompson have made more than 100 films, including five full-length documentaries. Her writing has also appeared in Seattle Metropolitan MagazineCourageous Creativity, the Seattle Times and other publications. She lives in Seattle.

 

Q&A with Brin-Jonathan Butler, author of "The Domino Diaries"

On Monday, June 15, at 7pmBrin-Jonathan Butler will be discussing his memoir The Domino Diaries: My Decade Boxing with Olympic Champions and Chasing Hemingway's Ghost in the Last Days of Castro's Cuba at Book Culture on 112th Street. Brin-Jonathan Butler is a writer and filmmaker. His work has appeared in ESPN Magazine, Vice, Deadspim, The Wall Street Journal, Salon and The New York Times.  Butler's documentary, Split Decision, is an examination of Cuban-American relations and the economic and cultural paradoxes that have shaped them since Castro's revolution, through the lens of elite Cuban boxers forced to choose between remaining in Cuba or defecting to America.

Q&A with Ed Boland, author of "The Battle for Room 314"

Ed Boland will be here on Wednesday, February 17 at 7pm for a discussion on his new book, The Battle for Room 314. In eager anticipation of the event, we asked Boland to answer a few of our questions ahead of time. Check out our Q&A and join us in February to hear more about Boland's work!

Q&A with Elyssa Friedland

In celebration of the publication of Elyssa Friedland's debut novel, Love and Miss Communication, we had the chance to ask her a few questions about the development of her first novel, her personal reading, and upcoming projects. We would also like to thank her for coming into Book Culture on Columbus for a book signing this past month! Her book is available in store or on our website.  

 

Q&A with George Makari, author of "Soul Machine"

We had the great pleasure of hosting a spectacular event for George Makari's new book, Soul Machine, last week. If you missed the event, no need to worry, we still have signed copies! Stop by Book Culture Columbus and get one before they're gone! In the meantime, check out our Q&A with Marakri below.

Q&A with Martha Mendelsohn

We are so grateful to have had Martha Mendelsohn, author of Bromley Girls, host a booksigning at Book Culture on Columbus! Martha Mendelsohn has worked as a translator for the French Embassy, an editorial assistant for HoltRinehart and Winston, and associate editor of Tikkunmagazine. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in TikkunThe New York TimesMomentBeliefnet.comJewishmag.com, and The Jewish Week. She lives with her husband on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

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