Imbolo Mbue will be in Lansing, Michigan to discuss BEHOLD THE DREAMERS, which has been selected as the Capital Area Reads.
(Please note: This event will be held at the Lansing Center. It is free and open to the public but registration is required.)
Grab a friend (or your book club!) and join Random House Reader’s Circle Live! for the opportunity to meet with other book lovers to discuss Imbolo Mbue’s PEN/Faulkner Award-winning novel, BEHOLD THE DREAMERS, at our flagship office in New York City on
Tuesday, October 17 from 6:00PM-8:00PM
Like every great book club gathering, wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served as guests break out into small groups for discussions led by Random House staff. After the conversation, Imbolo will join the group to share her thoughts on the novel, the American Dream, and how the immigrant experience has played a role in her writing life.
The $35 ticket price includes a trade paperback copy of BEHOLD THE DREAMERS. The book will be delivered to your door prior to the event.
Random House Reader’s Circle Live! Series is a chance for readers to come together to discuss a novel provided by Random House. These lively literary gatherings offer guests exclusive access to a deeper conversation with fellow readers, as well as the chance to meet the author for more insight into their stories.
Imbolo Mbue will be one of the writers reading during the Celebration.
The PEN/Faulkner Celebration is a fundraising event for continuing the work and mission of PEN/Faulkner—not only in supporting the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, but, critically, in support of its growing work bringing books and their authors to public school classrooms in Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland, through PEN/Faulkner Writers in Schools. The evening brings the world of PEN/Faulkner into a larger Washington audience. Every year, the Celebration (formerly Gala) unites a diverse and interesting audience, from the worlds of media, business and politics, to hear the voices of writers. Every year many say it was “the favorite night of the year, an evening that stands apart from all others”. Ideas are sparked, conversations started, all on the strength of words. It also happens to be a really fun night.
Imbolo Mbue will be speaking to students and the general public at American University on October 11th, 2017. The public event and book signing will be at 7:30PM.
Imbolo Mbue will be at Louisiana Literature in Copenhagen, Denmark, from August 24-27, 2017.
The mission of the Sun Valley Writers’ Conference is to invite readers and writers into a realm of intellectual intimacy. In an annual program, anchored by recognized writers of fiction and nonfiction, readers and writers come together as a community to be educated, enlightened, challenged and inspired.
Given since 1981 to the best works of fiction published by an American citizen in a calendar year, the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction is the United States’ largest peer-juried prize in the field. This year’s judges are Chris Abani, Chantel Acevedo, and Sigrid Nunez. The 2017 winner is Imbolo Mbue, and the finalists are Viet Dinh, Louise Erdrich, Garth Greenwell, and Sunil Yapa. The Ceremony includes readings by all authors and citations by the judges.
Washington Post book critic Ron Charles will be the MC this year.
Following the ceremony, there will be a full buffet dinner with open bar.
For tickets, call the Folger Box office at 202-504-7077, or click here.
Imbolo Mbue will be at the Blue Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival from April 27-30, 2017 and will receive the festival's Words to Change Award on April 30th at 1PM at the Musée McCord. The award ceremony will be free and open to the public.
Imbolo Mbue will be one of six authors speaking at the San Antonio Express-News Book & Author Luncheon, an annual event which benefits the Cancer Therapy & Research Center at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
***Please note this is a ticketed event.***
Imbolo will be participating in a teleconference/book discussion with women from all over the world. Discussion will be facilitated by educator and poet, Dr. Joyce Ashuntantang.
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