(11/15) @ 6PM

Susan Stewart Introduces Poets

Austin Smith & Dora Malech

Join us for our second annual presentation of Princeton University Press poets by the series editor, poet, scholar, and critic Susan Stewart. Full event details

A Celebration of Poetry, Princeton Public Library

November 15 @ 7:00 pm9:00 pm

Dara-Lyn Shrager will read from her works and signs copies of her poetry collection, “Whiskey, X-Ray, Yankee.”Three additional poets — Timothy Liu, Peter Covino and Martha Rhodes — will be featured readers at this event and sign copies of their books.

Tuesday 11/27 at 6pm, Labyrinth Books Princeton

Tamsen Wolff

Juno’s Swans — a Novel

Wednesday, November 28th @ 6PM

Tamsen Wolff is a professor in Princeton University’s English Department, where she specializes in modern and contemporary drama, voice, directing, and dramaturgy. She has published essays in numerous journals, and is the author of Mendel’s Theatre: Heredity, Eugenics, and Early Twentieth-Century American Drama.

Ta-Nehisi Coates is an American journalist and writer who explores contemporary race relations, perhaps most notably in his book Between the World and Me, which won the National Book Award for nonfiction. Since 2016, Coates has also written Marvel’s The Black Panther comic book.

The event is free but tickets are required.Ticket distribution for Princeton University faculty and staff will begin at 12 pm on Friday, November 16, at the ticket office in Frist Campus Center. Princeton University students, faculty and staff may pick up one ticket per TigerCard (University ID) and can bring up to two TigerCards.

Stephen Greenblatt & Jeff Dolven

Tyrant: Shakespeare on Politics

Thursday, November 29th @ 6PM

Labyrinth Books and the Princeton Public Library invite you to hear world-renowned Shakespeare scholar Stephen Greenblatt and acclaimed critic, Renaissance scholar, and poet Jeff Dolven explore the playwright’s insight into bad (and often mad) rulers. Full event details.

Thursday 12/6 at 6pm

Labyrinth Books Princeton


12/18 @ 6PM: Joyce Carol Oates — Hazards of Time Travel: a Novel


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