Events at Shakespeare & Co.

September 9

6:30pm – 7:30pm

Shakespeare & Co. Book Club

This month title: VARINA, by Charles Frazier.
In this powerful novel, which follows the life of Jefferson Davis' wife, Frazier returns to the time and place of Cold Mountain, vividly bringing to life the chaos and devastation of the Civil War.

Book Club members receive a 10% discount on the book club titles.

September 10

6:30pm – 8:00pm

WE GOT THIS, Solo Mom Stories of Grit, Heart and Humor

Nine contributors to this anthology will share frank, funny, and unflinchingly real stories
by solo moms, for solo moms (and everyone else)! We Got This marks a social movement with stories from single mothers representing a diverse range of experiences.
With, among others, Dr Marika Lindholm, editor and founder of
Book Launch, followed by Q&A and book signing
Refreshments will be served

September 12

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Author's Talk: Janeane Bernstein

Radio Host Janeane Bernstein will tell you what to do next when you belly flop into another one of life's funks. Her book, Get the Funk Out! %^&* Happens, What to Do Next! explores the upside of landing in a funk and the importance of self-care, mental health and personal development. With blogger Jen Morilla.
Q&A and book signing to follow

September 18

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Apple, Tree, Writers on their Parents

Join Donna Masini (4:30 Movie), Daniel Mendelsohn (An Odyssey), editor Lizzie Skurnick, essayist Angeliquue Stevens, Clifford Thomson (Twin of Blackness) and editor Lise Funderburg (Pig Candy), as they consider a trait they've inherited from a parent, exploring how it affects the lives they lead today, how it shifts their relationships, and how it changes their sense of self.
Book Launch, Q&A and book signing

September 19

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Frank Langfitt: The Shanghai Free Taxi

Join NPR London Correspondent Frank Langfitt for an illustrated presentation of his book THE SHANGHAI FREE TAXI, JOURNEYS WITH THE HUSTLERS AND REBELS OF THE NEW CHINA. In this adventurous book, Frank Langfitt used his taxi - free rides in exchange for good conversation - to get to know a wide range of colorful, compelling characters representative of the new China.
Q&A and book signing to follow.
Priority seating if you purchase your book from Shakespeare & Co. To pre-order, call 212 772 3400.