Join us at The Book Cellar to hear Brandon S. Graham, author of two new books, Missing People and Good for Nothing, in conversation with Audrey Niffenegger.
On January 15, 2017, the date of Martin Luther King’s birth, over 75 Chicago authors will join writers across the United States and worldwide, coming together for Chicago #WRITERS RESIST, a “re-inauguration” of compassion, equality, free speech, and the fundamental ideals of democracy.
The Book Cellar is very excited to welcome Gina Frangello and Audrey Niffenegger as they discuss Gina's new book Every Kind of Wanting!
To celebrate the publication of Neil Gaiman’s collection of non-fiction, The View from the Cheap Seats, the award-winning author will be joined by Audrey Niffenegger, bestselling author of The Time Traveller’s Wife, at a rare public event in London.
If you’ve read fiction by Hemon or Niffenegger, you’ve doubtless recognized some familiar landscapes, landmarks, and locations. How important is it for a fiction writer to embed stories in factual places? Is creating a sense of place similar to creating a character, i.e., does place have to be “created” or just described? Hemon and Niffenegger will discuss these and other elements of “place,” as well as read from their works.
The spoken word "variety show" that rocked San Francisco is finally coming to Chicago! Featuring an all-star lineup of Audrey Niffenegger, Luis Alberto Urrea, Peter Sagal, Charlie Jane Anders, and others TBA!
Join us for a reading and signing with bestselling author Tracy Chevalier, as she discusses her new riveting drama of a pioneer family on the American frontier, At The Edge of the Orchard. This event will also feature a conversation with a very special guest—Audrey Niffenegger—one of the contributors to Tracy's forthcoming anthology Reader, I Married Him: Stories Inspired by Jane Eyre.
In honor of Charlotte Bronte's 200th birthday, authors Tracy Chevalier (Girl with the Pearl Earring), Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler's Wife), and Namwali Serpell present an evening of original stories from a remarkable new collection inspired by Jane Eyre's most famous line.
Audrey will be participating in the Literary Death Match at iO Club Chicago on March 10th, 2016 at 7:30 pm. The following is information from the Literary Death Match site:
Explore the world of comics through original artwork by 100 women comic creators working across genres and generations - from the 1800s to the present day; from observational comedy to surreal fantasy, challenging biography to subversive dissent.
Audrey will be reading at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa on November 17th at the Bama Theatre.