Find below the list of upcoming author events that are scheduled to happen in July and August 2020:
Tune in nightly to get tips on coping with loneliness and isolation. Author Lane Moore will be singing songs and playing games. It’ll be like Pee-wee’s Playhouse for lonely adults. View more details.
National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Jason Reynolds offers weekly creative challenges in his “Write. Right. Rite.” video series in partnership with the Library of Congress. View more details.
Join Sara Auster for weekly sound bath therapy/meditation sessions to cope with social distancing. View more details.
Mollie Ann Holt is signing copies of “A Month of Happiness with Ms. Mollie: Healthy Recipes for 31 Days of Daily Living” in CA. View more details.
Hear from the best history writers about past and present events. View more details.
Bestselling author Jennifer Weiner (Mrs. Everything) hosts her own book club. View more details.
JBC Authors at the Table: The Jewish Book Council sits down with Rachel Beanland for a quick 30-minute chat to learn about her latest work, “Florence Adler Swims Forever.” View more details.
Stephen Graham Jones will discuss “The Only Good Indians.” View more details.
Kristin Harmel will discuss on “The Book of Lost Names.” View more details.
Kirkland Hamill will discuss “Filthy Beasts.” View more details.
Ariana Neumann will be available for a book discussion. View more details.
Brad Thor will discuss “Near Dark.” View more details.
Caitlin Mullen will talk on “Please See Us.” View more details.
Join the July #IWFReads Book Club. We’ll be reading Senator Joni Ernst’s brand-new book, “Daughter of the Heartland: My Ode to the Country that Raised Me.” View more details.
David Stebenne discusses “Promised Land” with Mike Curtin. View more details.
Amy Silverman and Deborah Sussman present a virtual, summer edition of their long-running workshop: “Mothers Who Write: The Summer Camp Edition.” View more details.
Novelist Karin Slaughter discusses “A Conspiracy of Bones” with Kathy Reichs. View more details.
Join Star Trek tie-in authors, superfans from the SFF lit world, and other members of the Star Trek franchise as they examine the ladies of Star Trek from its inception to the present. View more details.
Take a deep dive into Picard’s bookshelf with Star Trek superfans in the SFF world, Star Trek tie-in authors and other Star Trek aficionados from the franchise. View more details.
Senator Joni Ernst will discuss on her book “Daughter of the Heartland” with with president of NEW, Karin Lips, followed by audience Q&A. View more details.
Mary Kay Andrews joins authors Mary Alice Monroe, Patti Callahan Henry, Kristin Harmel, and Kristy Woodson Harvey for a Facebook Live Happy Hour event. View more details.
Martha McPhee is discussing on “An Elegant Woman” with Phillip Lopate. View more details.
Northwestern history professor Amy Stanley discusses her new book, “Stranger in the Shogun’s City” at an online event. View more details.
Author Van Jensen, illustrator Nate Powell, author/illustrator Scott Chantler and former graphic novels editor for Tor, Diana Pho, will discuss the true life inspirations, historical fiction, and real-life stories that inspired their graphic novels, and other works. View more details.
Megan Collins will be in conversation with author Samantha Downing to discuss her new book “Behind the Red Door.” View more details.
Join for a virtual event with Emmy Award-winning journalist Ilia Calderón to discuss her new book, “My Time to Speak: Reclaiming Ancestry and Confronting Race.” View more details.
Join Chip Jones at Chop Suey Books for a socially distanced signing of his new book, “The Organ Thieves: The Shocking Story of the First Heart Transplant in the Segregated South.” View more details.
Our favorite heroes and heroines can always count on their best friends. No matter how powerful their foes might be, friendship always saves the day. Join this panel of talented authors as they discuss the importance of crafting these invincible relationships – and the challenges that test them. View more details.
Don’t miss the Lost Cities at Comic-Con@Home! Shannon Messenger (Keeper of the Lost Cities series) will appear in conversation with J.C. Cervantes (The Storm Runner series) from their personal writing spaces to discuss this magical, blockbuster series that follows Sophie, a girl with incredible abilities who discovers she’s from a secret world hidden in the shadows of our planet—and part of a giant conspiracy that could save or destroy everything. View more details.
Join Tayari Jones and Saeed Jones as they discuss on “How We Fight for Our Lives.” View more details.
Join the for a virtual conversation with Fox News host and New York Times bestselling author Greg Gutfeld on his new book, “The Plus: Self Help for People Who Hate Self Help.” View more details.
New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance will discuss her latest book in the Ali Reynolds series, “Credible Threat.” View more details.
Join author Amy Poeppel for a discussion of her book “Musical Chairs.” View more details.
Join for a night of mystery, thrilling drama, and passion with two highly acclaimed authors! Kimberly Belle and Emily Liebert, the bestselling author of Pretty Revenge, will discuss Liebert’s new novel, Perfectly Famous. View more details.
Sandhya will be in conversation with Becky Albertalli, author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. This free online event will take place through Zoom. View more details.
Join for a virtual book club meeting with author Lisa Duffy for a discussion on “My Kind of People.” View more details.
Tana Wojczuk presents “Lady Romeo,” in conversation with Alexis Coe. View more details.