Brooklyn, New York • Thursday, April 26 | 7:00 PMA Public Space presents Another Way to Say, the monthly reading series for emerging and established translators. April's installment is a special celebration, featuring Faruk Šehić and his translator, Mirza Purić, presented by AWTS curator Janet Lee, with a conversation moderated by Boston University alumna Stacy Mattingly (MFA, 2011). Past readers in the AWTS series include students and alumni of New York University, Columbia, and CUNY literary translation programs; Fulbright scholars; recipients of PEN/Heim Translation Fund grants; and editors.
323 Dean Street
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Brooklyn, NY • Sunday, April 29A Public Space subscribers are invited to an Open House at our Brooklyn office. Come meet APS editors, contributors, fellow readers, and members of your literary community. We'll have snacks, drinks, our chic striped totes and notebooks for sale, and more. To subscribe to A Public Space, visit our subscribe page.
323 Dean Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
New York, NY • Tuesday, May 15 | 7 PMA Public Space debut author Jamel Brinkley launches A Lucky Man (APS/Graywolf) at Housing Works Bookstore with Angela Flournoy and friends.
126 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10012
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