Now Streaming! Our Fall 2020 Events
We're pleased to make our full season of major fall events available for streaming as of the dates below. Join us at noon on any of these dates to chat with others at a streaming premiere watch party!
All these books are available to purchase on our bookshelf at the virtual Corner Bookstore.
- Thursday, December 17 – Roxana Robinson, Dawson's Fall (originally September 8)
- Friday, December 18 - The Hopeless Romantic with Marialuisa Monda (originally September 13)
- Sunday, December 20 – The Past is Never Past: Jan Eliasberg, Hannah's War, and Ellen Feldman, Paris Never Leaves You (originally September 16)
- Monday, December 21 – S.A. Cosby, Blacktop Wasteland (originally September 22)
- Tuesday, December 22 – Lowell Thing, Cover Treasure: The Adventures of a Margaret Armstrong Collector (originally October 1)
- Wednesday, December 23 – Meredith Talusan, Fairest: A Memoir (originally October 22)
- Monday, December 28 – Kevin Kwan, Sex and Vanity, with Jacqueline B. Weld (originally October 26)
- Tuesday, December 29 – Lyndall Gordon, Outsiders: Five Women Writers Who Changed the World (originally November 8)
- Wednesday, December 30 – Peter Brooks, Balzac's Lives, with Edwin Frank (originally November 12)
- Sunday, January 3 – Adam Hochschild, Rebel Cinderella: From Rags to Riches to Radical, the Epic Journey of Rose Pastor Stokes (originally November 16)
- Monday, January 4 - Darryl Pinckney, Blackballed: The Black Vote and U.S. Democracy, with Caryl Phillips (originally December 1)
- Tuesday, January 5 - Barbara Demick, Eat the Buddha: Life and Death in a Tibetan Town (originally December 8)
- Thursday, January 7 - An American Songbook Afternoon with Michael Lasser: Irving Berlin's Miracle Year (originally December 13)
You can also enjoy
Harriet Shapiro and Cathy McGowan's visit to the 19th-century world of George Templeton Strong: Chronicler of New York
Events we co-sponsored, presented by the Athenaeum of Philadelphia:
- Christopher James Bonner, Runaways, or Citizens Claimed as Such (September 29)
- Leo Damrosch, The Club: Johnson, Boswell, and the Friends Who Shaped an Age (October 29)
- Eddie S. Glaude Jr., As Much Truth as We Can Bear: James Baldwin and Our America (November 10)
Sidebar: Meredith Talusan spoke on Fairest on October 22.