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UPCOMING EVENTS

++Tues, Oct 28, 7PM – Celebrity Bookclub meets to discuss To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf.  Hosted by Matthew Gilbert, author of Off the Leash: A Year at the Dogpark.

++Wed, Oct 29, 7PM - Steve Almond, author of AGAINST FOOTBALL: ONE FAN’S RELUCTANT MANIFESTO, and Keith Donohue, author of THE BOY WHO DREW MONSTERS: A NOVEL

++Thu, Oct 30, 7PM – Jac Jemc, author of A DIFFERENT BED EVERY TIME: STORIES, and Sarah Anne Johnson, author of THE LIGHTKEEPER’S WIFE: A NOVEL

++Wed, Nov 5, 7PM – Release party for THE HAPPIEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD by Brock Clarke

++Thu, Nov 6, 7PM – Nonfiction Bookclub meets to discuss Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand

++Wed, Nov 12, 7PM – Boston University professor Dick Lehr, author of THE BIRTH OF A NATION: HOW A LEGENDARY FILMMAKER AND A CRUSADING EDITOR REIGNITED AMERICA’S CIVIL WAR

++Thu, Nov 13, 7PM – Bob Ryan, author of SCRIBE: MY LIFE IN SPORTS

++Sun, Nov 16, 2PM – Atul Gawande, author of BEING MORTAL: MEDICINE AND WHAT MATTERS IN THE END. This is a ticketed event. Tickets are fifteen ($15) dollars. Tickets are store credit and can be used toward purchases at any time.  You may also purchase by phone by calling 617-244-6619 and speaking to any bookseller.  Event seating is first come, first seated.  Late arrival may mean standing room.

++Tues, Nov 18, 7PM – Marcia DeSanctis, author of 100 PLACES IN FRANCE EVERY WOMAN SHOULD VISIT

++Wed, Nov 19, 7PM – Shelly Oria, author of NEW YORK 1 TEL AVIV 0: STORIES, and Joanna Rakoff, author of MY SALINGER YEAR

++Thu, Nov 20, 7PM – Ha Jin, author of A MAP OF BETRAYAL: A NOVEL, and J. Robert Lennon, author of SEE YOU IN PARADISE: STORIES

++Tues, Dec 2, 7PM – Newtonville Bookclub meets to discuss The UnAmericans: Stories by Molly Antopol

++Thu, Dec 4, 7PM – Celebrity Bookclub meets to discuss Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson.  Hosted by James Scott, author of The Kept

++Wed, Dec 10, 7PM – Mystery Bookclub meets to discuss The Bat by Jo Nesbo