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26 FEBRUARY 2024 — monday

  • Fiction writer and former reporter Sarah Ruiz-Grossman discusses her debut novel, A Fire So Wild, in conversation with Traci Thomas, creator and host of the podcast The Stacks, Skylight Books, 1818 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, free, 7:00 pm PST (More information here:

27 FEBRUARY 2024 — tuesday

28 FEBRUARY 2024 — wednesday

  • The Museum of African Diaspora celebrates the release of Adraint Bereal's The Black Yearbook, with a conversation by San Francisco-based artist and graphic designer George McCalman, and photographer Adraint Bereal, whose new book features one-hundred interviews and photographs of Black students at American colleges,
  • UC Berkeley and the Diasporic Vietnamese Artist Network (DVAN) presents a reading and Q&A with French-Vietnamese author Line Papin on The Girl Before Her, her debut novel in English translation; the event will be moderated by writer and journalist Mel Kritikopoulos, Maude Fife Room, Wheeler Hall 315, University of California Berkeley campus, Berkeley, free to the public, 5:00 to 6:30pm PST

29 FEBRUARY 2024 — thursday

  • City Lights Books and The Poetry Center at San Francisco State University present a reading and conversation with poets Major Jackson, Razzle Dazzle: New and Selected Poems 2002-2022, and Kalamu ya Salaam, Be About Beauty, City Lights Books, 261 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, free, 7:00 pm PST (More information here:
  • Museum of African Diaspora in collaboration with KALW and Noise Pop presents a live performance with aja monet, supported by poets Tongo Eisen-Martin, Christell Victoria Roach, and Nia McAllister; aja's new album, when the poems do what they do, combines jazz and spoken word to explore Black resistance, love and the inexhaustible quest for joy; in this performance, aja will be joined by poets Tongo Eisen-Martin,Christell Victoria Roach, and Nia McAllister, and musicians Christian Scott, Samora Pinderhughes, Elena Pinderhughes, Luques Curtis, Weedie Braimah and Marcus Gilmore, Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market Street, San Francisco, $30, 8:00 pm (To purchase tickets:
  • Women's National Book Association presents a share and tell mixer, writer's advice edition, come share what you do and ask writing, marketing, and publishing questions, and make some new connections in a community of writers coming together to pool resources and wisdom, online via Zoom, free, Noon pm PST (Register to attend:
  • Writers Read Ukiah presents featured poets Brenda Yeager, Torch Song // Transcendental, forthcoming, and Jessyca Lytle, followed by an open mic, six-minutes per reader, Grace Hudson Museum, 431 South Main Street, Ukiah, free, suggested donation $5, 7:00 pm PST (For more information, contact Michael Riedell:

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