Cookbook Launch: New Favorites for New Cooks: 50 Delicious Recipes for Kids to Make by Carolyn Federman
New Favorites for New Cooks is a cookbook for kids that is in sync with the way we cook and eat now. Food educator Carolyn Federman introduces the concepts of seasonal, organic, and local through delicious and easy recipes that kids can tackle on their own. With fresh ingredients and easy recipes, kids will learn to cook dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as snacks, drinks, and desserts.
Come taste samples from the book and hear Carolyn’s tips and tricks to get your kids cooking and tasting new foods!
PARIS METRO is an astute thriller, one that recognizes how some of the most important conflicts in the new millennium are not on battlefields but within families and neighborhoods. In a world of cosmopolitan elites and dispossessed refugees, many have only ideology to consider their home.
Festival Neue Literatur presents The Lives of Others: Stories from Outside Our Bubble — featuring Fatma Aydemir, Robert Prosser, Ursula Fricker, Atticus Lish, moderated by Karen Phillips/Words Without Borders
What does it mean to be marginalized – and who decides where the center is in a shifting world? In this panel we discuss questions of politics, power, society, ethnicity, and family, asking questions about how we treat those different from us and how society acts towards its most vulnerable members. This panel will explore how writers go about depicting people who live on the fringes with sensitivity, how personal experience informs fiction, and how novels about people who are considered marginal are both celebrated and – sometimes – misunderstood.
Pigeon Pages Literary Reading: Featuring Susan Choi, Helen Philips, Courtney Lamar Charleston & Amy Meng — Hosted by Alisson Wood
Pigeon Pages NYC & Washington Square Review are flying together on March 25th for a co-sponsored reading showcasing Susan Choi, Helen Phillips, Cortney Lamar Charleston and more, hosted by Alisson Wood. Join us for an evening full of pigeons and writers, their favorite things.
In WOULD YOU RATHER?, Katie Heaney opens up about realizing she is gay at the age of 28. She tackles everything from the trials of dating in New York City to the growing pains of her first relationship, from obsessing over Harry Styles to learning to accept herself all over again. As she revisits her past, looking for any “clues” that might have predicted this outcome, Katie reveals that life doesn’t always move directly from point A to point B—no matter how much we might want it to.