presentazioni e incontri 


Programma Book Pride Genova 2019



L’edicola che non c’è
Le riviste controculturali milanesi dal 1960 al 2019

La mostra si terrà da venerdì 15 a domenica 17 novembre nel tunnel MM1 Cordusio-Duomo all’interno del festival Book City 2019


A Bologna reading/concerto da Una cosa oscura, senza pregio
Ottobre 23 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Il 23 ottobre alle 21, al Làbas di Bologna, reading/concerto da Una cosa oscura, senza pregio, con letture dell’autore Andrea Olivieri e musiche di Michele Dal Lago.

giovedi 7 novembre 2019
la sobilla
alita santo sepolcro 6B - verona
ore 20.30
presentazione di
pinelli una storia
ne parliamo con l'autore
paolo pasi


«Figli dell'officina» @Associazione "La Poderosa", Torino

Venerdì 29 novembre, ore 21.00
Presentazione del libro «Figli dell'Officina» con l'autore Chicco Galmozzi insieme ad Alberto Pantaloni e Marco Scavino.
Associazione di promozione sociale "La Poderosa", via Salerno 15/a, Torino.


Le salon de l'autre LIVRE

Du 8 novembre 2019 à 14h00 au 11 novembre 2019 à 19h00  à Halle des Blancs Manteaux 48, rue Vieille-du-Temple 75004 Paris



2 date · 7 dic - 8 dic
Meet butterfly expert Brenda Dziedzic as she signs copies of Raising Butterflies in the Garden, her informative guide to making your garden more friendly to butterflies and moths.


 2019 US National Book Award Finalists: Fiction
  • Susan Choi, Trust Exercise, Henry Holt and Company / Macmillan Publisher
  • Kali Fajardo-Anstine, Sabrina & Corina: Stories, One World / Penguin Random House
  • Marlon James, Black Leopard, Red Wolf, Riverhead Books / Penguin Random House
  • Laila Lalami, The Other Americans, Pantheon Books / Penguin Random House
  • Julia Phillips, Disappearing Earth, Alfred A. Knopf / Penguin Random House
2019 National Book Award Finalists: Nonfiction
  • Sarah M. Broom, The Yellow House, Grove Press / Grove Atlantic
  • Tressie McMillan Cottom, Thick: And Other Essays, the New Press
  • Carolyn Forché, What You Have Heard is True: A Memoir of Witness and Resistance, Penguin Press / Penguin Random House
  • David Treuer, The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present, Riverhead Books / Penguin Random House
  • Albert Woodfox with Leslie George, Solitary, Grove Press / Grove Atlantic
2019 National Book Award Finalists: Translated Literature
  • Khaled Khalifa, Death is Hard Work, translated from Arabic by Leri Price (Farrar, Straus and Giroux / Macmillan Publishers)
  • László Krasznahorkai, Baron Wenckheim’s Homecoming, translated from Hungarian by Ottilie Mulzet (New Directions)
  • Scholastique Mukasonga, The Barefoot Woman, translated from French by Jordan Stump (Archipelago Books)
  • Yoko Ogawa, The Memory Police, translated Japanese by Stephen Snyder (Pantheon Books / Penguin Random House)
  • Pajtim Statovci, Crossing, translated from Finnish by David Hackston (Pantheon Books / Penguin Random House)
2019 National Book Award Finalists: Poetry
  • Jericho Brown, The Tradition, Copper Canyon Press
  • Toi Derricotte,“I”: New and Selected Poems, University of Pittsburgh Press
  • Ilya Kaminsky, Deaf Republic, Graywolf Press
  • Carmen Giménez Smith, Be Recorder, Graywolf Press
  • Arthur Sze, Sight Lines, Copper Canyon Press
2019 National Book Award Finalists: Young People’s Literature
  • Akwaeke Emezi, Pet, Make Me a World / Penguin Random House
  • Jason Reynolds, Look Both Ways: A Tale Told in Ten Blocks, Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books / Simon & Schuster
  • Randy Ribay, Patron Saints of Nothing, Kokila / Penguin Random House
  • Laura Ruby, Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All, Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins Publishers
  • Martin W. Sandler, 1919 The Year That Changed America, Bloomsbury Children’s Books / Bloomsbury Publishing
Each winners of the National Book Awards receives US$10,000 and a bronze medal and statue.


Die Nominierten für den ersten Deutschen Verlagspreis


Agenda des auteurs


Isabel Fargo Cole liest: Das Gift der Biene

Ostberlin, Mitte der 1990er – für die junge Amerikanerin Christina ist dies der Ort der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten. In der Gemeinschaft eines besetzten Hauses glaubt sie die Verwirklichung einer Utopie zu erleben.
 
Oldenburg, Sonntag, 10. November, 11 Uhr
Bremen, Sonntag, 10. November, 20 Uhr
Lübeck, Montag, 11. November, 20 Uhr
Rostock, Dienstag, 12. November, 20 Uhr
Lüneburg, Mittwoch, 13. November, 19.30 Uhr
Hannover, Donnerstag, 14. November, 19.30 Uhr