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Book Launch: The Paper Camera by Youmna Chlala with readings by Celina Su, Marwa Halal, Mendi Obadike, Mirene Arsanios and Aracelis Girmay

Book Launch: The Paper Camera by Youmna Chlala with readings by Celina Su, Marwa Halal, Mendi Obadike, Mirene Arsanios and Aracelis Girmay

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

The Paper Camera is a multi-lingual and hybrid title that speaks to the porousness and fragility of a body at risk, in flux.

Saturday Poetry Reading with Maya Phillips, Jon Sands and José Olivarez

Saturday Poetry Reading with Maya Phillips, Jon Sands and José Olivarez

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

Come see three poets with exciting, recent collections, including Maya’s Erou, Jon’s It’s Not Magic, and José’s Citizen Illegal.

Book Launch: The Season by Kristen Richardson in conversation with Angela Serratore

Book Launch: The Season by Kristen Richardson in conversation with Angela Serratore

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway

THE SEASON: A History of the Debutante, the new book from author Kristen Richardson, explores the history and evolution of the debutante ritual. From the “withdrawing rooms” of Queen Elizabeth I to the marriage market of Almack’s, in London, from the cotillions of the American South to the modern International Debutante Ball, the presentation of young women has survived for centuries. Generations of women in Richardson’s family debuted, but when it was her turn, she chose not to. Still, her friends and family did debut, piquing her curiosity about the ritual and its staying power. How did the ritual start, and why has it survived in an age of feminism and women choosing their own husbands?

Book Launch: The Face Tells The Secret by Jane Bernstein

Book Launch: The Face Tells The Secret by Jane Bernstein

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Everything has been hidden from Roxanne G.—her birth name, her sister, her family history—until her “boyfriend” tries to ingratiate himself by flying in her estranged mother from Tel Aviv. That visit is the start of a tumultuous journey, in which she first learns about a profoundly disabled sister who lives in a residential community in the Galilee and later begins to unearth disturbing long-held family secrets.

Book Launch: Zagat 2020 with Chris Stang and Missy Robbins

Book Launch: Zagat 2020 with Chris Stang and Missy Robbins

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This year’s book features a return to Zagat’s classic style, featuring the brand’s original bold, white logo, burgundy coloring, and 30-point rating system. Each review in the book is created specifically from commentary shared by participants in this year’s survey. The book features more than 350 pages of New York City restaurant intel and was edited by Nell Potter, John Rambow, and Hillary Reinsberg, with coordination support by Katie Cohen.

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