Wednesday June 14Cool Kids with Jon Ronson and Maeve Higgins at Union Hall Brooklyn 8pm. I’ll brave the stage with Jon Ronson, Maeve Higgins, Gary Richardson, Joe Berkowitz, and Michelle Buteau

Thursday April 6 – I’ll be hosting the mid-show literary quiz as part of The House of Speakeasy‘s residency show at Joe’s Pub/The Public Theater. Get tickets here. Guest performers include: political columnist and culture critic Ana Marie Cox , poet Brenda Shaughnessy, novelist Tony Tulathimutte, Television Writer and Comedian Travon Free.

Thursday April 13Stephanie Danler and I will talk waitressing, foodie antics and more 7.30pm at Greenlight Books in Brooklyn, the wonderful Stephanie Danler and I will chat about her breakout novel Sweetbitter.

Tuesday April 18Kelly Oxford and I will discuss her new book of essays, and more at Neuehouse at 6.45pm – 8.00pm. Whether it is with the kind of Tweets that lead Rolling Stone to name her one of the Funniest People on Twitter or creating the hashtag #NotOkay, where millions of women came together to share their stories of sexual assault, Kelly Oxford has a unique, razor-sharp perspective on modern life. The New York Times Bestselling author is joined by Angela Ledgerwood in this intimate conversation on her new book of essays, When You Find Out the World is Against You.

Thursday March 23rd 7-8PM at Neuehouse in New York, Alyssa Mastromonaco, A+E’s President of global communications strategy & talent, former Vice Media chief operating officer, and President Obama’s former deputy chief of staff, will talk about her upcoming book Who Thought This Was a Good Idea?: And Other Questions You Should Have Answers to When You Work in the White House. This book is the ultimate behind-the-scenes political memoir. It’s an intimate and admiring portrait of a president, a candid book of advice for young women, and a promising debut from a savvy political star.

More info to come! Hope to see you there.


2016 – Trevor Noah on Born a Crime Wednesday Nov. 16 @ NeueHouse

As host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah is one of the world’s brightest voices, and provides viewers in America and around the globe with their nightly dose of biting satire. With his new book, Born a Crime (released November 15), Noah turns his focus inward, giving readers a deeply personal, heartfelt, and humorous look at the world that shaped him. A collection of eighteen personal essays, Born a Crime tells the story of a mischievous young boy who grows into a restless young man as he struggles to find himself in a world where he was never supposed to exist. The conversation will be hosted by Angela Ledgerwood, host of the literary podcast Lit Up, followed by a book gifting and signing.

Wednesday, November 16th from 9-9:30PM      NeueHouse Madison Square 110 East 25th Street


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