Barnes & Noble
2289 Broadway at 82nd Street New York City
near the no. 1 train. All Events are Free. Contact Lou Pizzitola at 212-362-8835 for more information.

Date: Monday, October 4 at 7:00 pm
Type: Author Event
Name: Secret Historian — Justin Spring in Conversation with Mark Harris
Description: Justin Spring, author of Secret Historian, talks to journalist and author Mark Harris (Pictures at a Revolution) about a relatively unknown sexual renegade whose relationships ran the gamut from Rudolph Valentino and Alfred Kinsey to Rock Hudson.

Date: Wednesday, October 20 at 7:00 pm
Type: Author Event
Name: Grant Wood: A Life — R. Tripp Evans
Description: R. Tripp Evans’ new book, Grant Wood is a study of an artist whose painting American Gothic is an iconic image of the 20th century, but whose life as a gay man has been little explored.

Date: Monday, October 25 at 7:00 pm
Type: Author Event
Name: The Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen — Kwame Anthony Appiah
Description: Philosopher and author Kwame Anthony Appiah (Cosmopolitanism, Travels in a Gay Nation) explores the essential element of honor in propelling moral reform in his new book, Honor Code.

Date: Thursday, October 28 at 7:00 pm
Type: Author Event
Name: The Next Queen of Heaven — Gregory Maguire
Description: In his latest book The Next Queen of Heaven, bestselling author Gregory Maguire (the ‘Wicked Years’ series) tells a funny and farcical tale of a gay singing group, new millennium anxiety and a Christmas pageant run amuck.



  • Michael Craft

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