virtual events

 

Book Launch: Mother in the Dark by Kayla Maiuri, in conversation with Sanaë Lemoine

Book Launch: Mother in the Dark by Kayla Maiuri, in conversation with Sanaë Lemoine

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

From author Kayla Maiuri, a debut novel about family secrets and a volatile relationship between a mother and her daughters.

Book Launch: None Of This Rocks by Joe Trohman

Book Launch: None Of This Rocks by Joe Trohman

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

Trohman cofounded Fall Out Boy with Pete Wentz in the early aughts, and he’s been the sticky element of the metaphorical glue-like substance holding the band together ever since, over the course of a couple decades that have included massive success, occasional backlashes, and one infamous four-year hiatus.

Book Launch: The Real Mrs. Tobias by Sally Koslow in conversation with Mary Morris

Book Launch: The Real Mrs. Tobias by Sally Koslow in conversation with Mary Morris

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

It’s 2015 in New York City, and three women all known as Mrs. Tobias—Veronika, the matriarch, her daughter-in-law Mel, and Mel’s daughter-in-law Birdie—are trying to navigate personal difficulties, some of which are with one another. Veronika and Mel, despite having little in common, are both psychotherapists who are more skilled at helping other people than solving their own problems. Birdie, still dealing with the culture shock of moving to New York City and marrying into the Tobias clan, is pushed to her limit when her husband gets into trouble.

BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL BOOKEND Book Launch: Life Is Everywhere by Lucy Ives

BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL BOOKEND Book Launch: Life Is Everywhere by Lucy Ives

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

POWERHOUSE is proud to welcome back Lucy Ives! Buy tickets now for this exclusive Brooklyn Book Festival event – everyone who buys the book bundle will receive a copy of LIFE IS EVERYWHERE at the launch on 9/27; one week ahead of the official release date.

Book Launch: Some New Kind Of Kick by Kid Congo Powers

Book Launch: Some New Kind Of Kick by Kid Congo Powers

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

An intimate, coming-of-age memoir by legendary guitarist Kid Congo Powers, detailing his experiences as a young, queer Mexican-American in 1970s Los Angeles through his rise in the glam rock and punk rock scenes.