Some of the most interesting events for October.
Lacing up my Nikes when writing got tough…
Newitz’s good fight is unabashedly a feminist one, with an emphasis on racial and gender intersectionality.
Laurence Ralph’s “The Torture Letters” chronicles the torture carried out by former police commander Jon Burge in Area Two.
Goldie Goldbloom, Chassidic, a mother of eight, and a queer activist, speaks about her remarkable novel.
Ross crafts his characters to resemble the places they live and the misery they feel.
The art world remains the “world’s largest legal but unregulated industry.”
A work that that ties us together by water.
Brown merges her love of pop culture with her concerns about representing several identities simultaneously as a young black woman with cerebral palsy.
From London’s Morden Tower to Minnesota, the city comes to literary life in September.