Come to POWERHOUSE Arena for the launch of The Rain Artist by Claire Rudy Foster, the inaugural book from queer-run Portland publisher Moonstruck Books. Foster will be in-conversation with New York author and regular POWERHOUSE collaborator Lilly Dancyger.
Fruit of the Dead is an electric contemporary reimagining of the myth of Persephone and Demeter set over the course of one summer on a lush private island, about addiction and sex, family and independence, and who holds the power in a modern underworld.
Book Launch: Housewife: Why Women Still Do It All and What To Do Instead in conversation with Elizabeth Angell and Kelly McMasters
Discover the complete social history of the housewife archetype, from colonial America to the 20th century, and re-examine common myths about the “modern woman.”
Jeff Sharlet celebrates the paperback launch of his two books, The Undertow and This Brilliant Darkness
With the emotional echoes of Little Fires Everywhere and the lush atmosphere of Disappearing Earth, a riveting debut novel in which a wildfire creeps toward Berkeley, California, igniting tensions as characters from all walks of life confront the injustices lying beneath the city’s surface.
How Israeli universities collaborate in Israeli state violence against Palestinians
Book Launch: The Waves Take You Home by María Alejandra Barrios Vélez in conversation with Zoraida Córdova
Join POWERHOUSE Arena for the book launch of The Waves Take You Home by Colombia-born, Brooklyn-based author María Alejandra Barrios Vélez!
This event is in partnership with the non-profit the Jewish Food Society!
Book Launch: Bunyan and Henry; Or, the Beautiful Destiny by Mark Cecil in conversation with Mateo Askaripour
Moderator to be announced soon!
A searing debut about the complexities of gender, power, and fame, told through the story of a young woman’s destructive relationship with a legendary writer.
Award-winning journalist and CNN chief climate correspondent Bill Weir takes readers through time and around our changing world to confront the biggest threats to life as we know it.
Rossi – Acclaimed NYC chef and Hungarian Jewish feminist – pens wild new coming-out memoir !
First Light, the riveting sequel to Liz Kerin’s Night’s Edge, is about seizing a brighter future by confronting the shadows of our past.
At a Halloween party in 1999, a writer slept with the devil. She sees him again and again throughout her life and she writes stories for him about things that are both impossible and true.
When ghostwriter Zara becomes entwined with celebrity chef client, Jane Bailey, she starts to see the side Jane keeps hidden from the cameras and gets stuck in a plot she never saw coming.
Book Launch: Molly by Blake Butler in conversation with Lynne Tillman
Book Launch: Kind Mirrors, Ugly Ghosts by Claire Donato in conversation with Molly Soda, plus additional readings from Abigail Greene and Jaylen Strong and incidental music by Zach Phillips (Fievel is Glauque, Blanche Blanche Blanche)
Book Launch: The Awesome Game by Dave Hill in conversation with Mike Sacks
Book Talk: A Walk Across Dirty Water and Straight Into Murderer’s Row: A Memoir by Eugene S. Robinson in conversation with Lydia Lunch
Book Launch: Continuum by Ivanna Baranova w/ Imogen Xtian Smith and Wendy Lotterman
Book Launch: Bluebeard’s Castle by Anna Biller in conversation with Mina Hamedi
Book Launch and Performance: Naked: On Sex, Work, and Other Burlesques by Fancy Feast
Book Launch: Gentle Chaos by Tyler Gaca a.k.a. Ghosthoney in conversation with Anna Marie Tendler
Book Launch: Project UnLonely: Healing Our Crisis of Disconnection by Jeremy Nobel MD in conversation with Danielle Ofri
The Shining by Dorothea Lasky in reading and conversation with Heidi Julavits
Book Launch: Wonder Boy by Angel Au-Yeung and David Jeans