Red Clocks Book Tour, 2018-2019
RED CLOCKS book launch, Powell's Books, Portland, OR, January 16, 2018
Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle, WA, January 17, 2018
The Booksmith, San Francisco, CA, January 18, 2018
With Russell (Ink and Paper Blog, youtube) and Emily (Possibly Literate, youtube)
Skylight Books, Los Angeles, CA, January 20, 2018 (with Porochista Khakpour)
With my brother, Greg
WORD Books, Brooklyn, NY, January 22, 2018 (with Maris Kreizman)
With Lee Boudreaux
RED CLOCKS cross-stitch by Mary Breaden
Politics & Prose, Washington, DC, January 23, 2018
NYU, New York City, January 26, 2018 (with Christine Schutt)
Odyssey Bookshop, South Hadley, MA, January 27, 2018
Intrepid booksellers at the Odyssey!
New York Public Library, New York City, January 29, 2018
With Eugene Lim and Simon Jacobs.
Heather Lord and Nicole Barrick, taking the piss.
Auntie's Books, Spokane, WA, February 15, 2018 (with Alexis Smith)
With Margaret Starry and Alexis Smith.
The Book Bin, Salem, OR, April 12, 2018
Broadway Books, Portland, OR, April 17, 2018
PEN World Voices Festival, New York City, April 21, 2018
“Handmaid in America” panel with Siri Hustvedt and Anne Summers.
LA Times Festival of Books, Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 2018
Signing books at the Skylight Books booth.
Women Galore Festival, The Wild Detectives, Dallas, TX, May 3, 2018
Los detectives salvajes.
Incite Reading Series, Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, BC, Canada, May 9, 2018
With Kim Thuy and Kerri Sakamoto.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, May 11, 2018
“New Perspectives on Leon Golub” panel, with Kelly Baum, Andrea Geyer, and Will Villalongo.
Will Villalong and Andrea Geyer
Talking with Heather Abel about her debut novel, The Optimistic Decade, at Powell's, June 4, 2018
Town Hall Seattle, Hillman City Collaboratory, June 12, 2018
A conversation about reproductive justice, with NARAL Pro-Choice America Executive Director Tiffany Hankins and writer/editor Megan Burbank.
Third Place Books brings RED CLOCKS.
Roundabout Books, Bend, OR, June 16, 2018
With Sarah, Justin, Geneva, and Lisa Mae.
Deschutes Public Library, Bend, OR, June 17, 2018
Moon Palace Books, Minneapolis, June 19, 2018
With Moon Palace owners Jamie and Angela Schwesnedl.
Newtonville Books, Newton, MA, June 20, 2018
With Toni Hicks, fellow Sidwellian.
Juniper Institute, Amherst, MA, June 22, 2018
With Camille Rankine and Matthew Zapruder
With Sophie Mackintosh at the Edinburgh Int'l Book Festival, August 22, 2018
Being interviewed by Ore Agbaje-Williams of The Borough Press, London, England, August 23, 2018
Brooklyn Book Festival, September 16, 2018
“Dystopias of the Patriarchy” panel with Amber Tamblyn and Alexandra Kleeman. Photo by @jimmyjaim (Instagram).
Festival America, Vincennes, France, September 22, 2018
With novelist Iain Reid and Presses de la Cité editorial director Frédérique Polet.
Festival America, Vincennes, France, September 21, 2018
With Rebecca Amsellem, French writer & founder of the feminist newsletter Les Glorieuses.
Festival America, Vincennes, France, Sept 22, 2018
With interpreter extraordinaire Meriem El Mernissi.
Chemeketa CC, Salem, OR, Oct 30 + Nov 3, 2018
Reading, class visits, & Fiction Laboratory writing workshop at Chemeketa Community College.
Portland Book Festival, Portland, OR, November 10, 2018
The Rumpus Pop-up Reading, with Ingrid Rojas Contreras, Marisa Siegel, and Ashley Toliver.
“Women at the End of the World” panel with Ling Ma, Aminder Dhaliwal, and Lidia Yuknavitch.
Winternachten Festival, The Hague, NL, January 17-20, 2019
With Jessica Nash, my Dutch publisher. Rode Klok is published here by Atlas Contact.
Foire du Livre de Bruxelles, February 15-17, 2019
With Frédérique, Sophie, & Anne from Presses de la Cité.
Foire du Livre de Bruxelles, February 17, 2019
“Neofeminisms” panel with Marie Darsigny and Anne-Lise Remacle
Foire du Livre de Bruxelles, February 16, 2019
“Writing in America” panel with Michael Chabon and Hubert Artus.
With my intrepid interpreter at the “Neofeminisms” panel.
Literary Women Festival of Authors, Long Beach, CA, March 9, 2019
Red Clocks place setting at authors’ dinner.