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OCT 15, 2013: 7:00 PM
Benita Eisler in conversation with Gary Giddins on her new biography The Red Man's Bones: George Catlin, Artist and Showman. Read more
APR 16, 2013: 7:30 PM
Melville scholar John Bryant in conversation with Professor John Matteson Read more
MAR 18, 2013: 1:00 PM
Featuring Blake Bailey, Greg Bellow, R.B. Bernstein, Jeffrey Cramer, Eric Foner, Ruth Franklin, Gary Giddins, Annette Gordon-Reed, Alice Kessler-Harris, Hermione Lee, Richard Lingeman, Megan Marshall, John Matteson, Peter Onuf, David Reynolds, Joshua Rubenstein, Carol Sklenicka, and Steven Weitzman. Read more
MAR 5, 2013: 7:00 PM
Elizabeth Kendall on "Balanchine and the Lost Muse: Revolution and the Making of a Choreographer," and D.T. Max on "Every Love Story Is a Ghost Story: A Life of David Foster Wallace." Read more
DEC 7, 2011: 6:30 PM
Gary Giddins will discuss the problems and pleasures of writing about contemporary figures with the authors of two new biographies – Charles J. Shields and Patricia Bosworth. Read more
NOV 7, 2011: 6:30 PM
Gary Giddins will speak with Geoffrey C. Ward, a writer who has uniquely made his mark in both the world of books and documentary films. Read more