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Join bestselling American novelist and nonfiction author Anne Lamott as she shares her 20th book, Somehow: Thoughts on Love, a joyful celebration of love that she draws from her own life. Lamott will be in conversation with Kassie Rose, book critic for WOSU 89.7 FM, an NPR member station. 
Registration is on Eventbrite. Admission includes a copy of the novel, which Lamott will sign at the event.
***In Person registration is now full. Virtual attendance is now available on Eventbrite.
COLUMBUS COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN and WOSU PUBLIC MEDIA are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this exclusive program.

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Ohio Librarian Douglas Westerbeke’s epic debut, A Short Walk Through A Wide World, charts the incredible, adventurous life of one woman as she journeys the globe trying to outrun a mysterious curse that will destroy her if she stops moving. Douglas will be in conversation with Bexley Public Library Director Ben Heckman. The event is free and will be held at the Bexley Public Library, who is partnering with Gramercy Books for this program.
Registration will be on the Bexley Library’s website. A Short Walk Through A Wide World will be available for purchase at the event or at Gramercy Book any time after its April 2nd release.

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Join New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the “captivating, richly drawn” The Paris Library, Janet Skeslien Charles, for a delicious lunch at Giuseppe’s Ritrovo and hear about her brilliant new novel Miss Morgan’s Book Brigade based on the true story of Jessie Carson—the American librarian who changed the literary landscape of France during World War I.
A limited number of tickets at $55 available through Eventbrite will include lunch, the author talk, and Charles’ book (including tax), which she will sign after the program.

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Join booksellers Katie Cerqua and Nikki Snyder who will facilitate a book discussion of Late Bloomer, a sexy, sapphic, opposites-attract romance with Mazey Eddings' signature sparkling voice. A social hour at Kittie’s will precede the program at 5:00 pm, with the book discussion beginning at 6:15 pm.
Registration is on Eventbrite. A ticket to this program includes a copy of Late Bloomer and a beverage at Kittie’s. It is strongly encouraged that registrants read the book prior to the program.

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Join New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini who returns with her beloved Elm Creek Quilts series in a new novel! The Museum of Lost Quilts is the first Elm Creek quilt novel since 2019’s The Christmas Boutique. Jennifer will be in conversation with Ohioana Library Executive Director David Weaver.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of The Museum of Lost Quilts waives the $10 registration fee.
OHIOANA LIBRARY and STITCHING SISTERS OHIO are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this program.

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Join award-winning poet, translator, and editor Wendy Chen who launches her debut novel, Their Divine Fires, a captivating and intimate novel that tells the story of the love affairs of three generations of Chinese women across one hundred years of revolution, both political and personal. Chen will be in conversation with acclaimed novelist Thao Thai.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of Their Divine Fires waives the $5 registration fee.
OHIOANA LIBRARY, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY’S DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, and OSU’S CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this program.

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Join crime thriller author Nicola Solvinic as she launches her hypnotic, sinister debut mystery, The Hunter’s Daughter, about a seemingly good copy who is secretly the daughter of a notorious serial killer. Nicola will be in conversation with crime writer Jonathan Fredrick.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of The Hunter’s Daughter waives the $5 registration fee.
BUCKEYE CRIME WRITERS is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this event.

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Meet and chat with noted poet and essayist Maggie Smith for an intimate book signing of the paperback release for You Could Make This Place Beautiful, an unflinching look at what it means to live and write our own lives.
This is a first-come first-served open signing with store capacity limited to 70 people in the store at a time.

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Women in the Castle, Jessica Shattuck, the Gramercy Book Club selection for June is Last House, a sweeping story of a nation on the rise, and one family’s deeply complicated relationship to the resource that built their fortune and fueled their greatest tragedy. Longtime WOSU Public Media host Christopher Purdy will facilitate the group discussion and interview Shattuck, who will join via Zoom in the latter portion of the evening.
Kittie’s will be open only to attendees, beginning at 5:00 pm, with beverages and sweet and savory snacks available for purchase. The book discussion begins at 6:30 pm. Registration is on Eventbrite. A ticket to this program includes a signed copy of Last House. It is strongly encouraged that registrants read the book prior to the program.
WOSU PUBLIC MEDIA is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this book club program.

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Join author Jen Devon to learn more about her charming new romance, Right Where We Left Us, a searing and unforgettable romance where once-in-a-lifetime love demands one last chance to finally get it right. Jen will be in conversation with romance novelist Kerry Winfrey.
Registration for this event is on Eventbrite. The admission fee is waived with the purchase of Right Where We Left Us.

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Join writer, editor, and teacher Zoë Bossiere (they/she), who will discuss Cactus Country, their striking literary memoir of genderfluidity, class, masculinity, and the American Southwest, that captures the author’s experience coming of age in a Tucson, Arizona, trailer park. Bossiere will be in conversation with Tammy Birk, Associate Professor of English at Otterbein University and director of its Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program as part of the bookstore’s Gramercy@Home series.
Registration is on Eventbrite for this live streamed event. The purchase of Cactus Country waives the $5 registration fee.
OTTERBEIN UNIVERSITY’S DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH and its program for WOMEN’S, GENDER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this exclusive Gramery@Home program.

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JOIN GRAMERCY BOOKS AT THE 2ND COLUMBUS BOOK FESTIVAL!

Saturday, July 13, 2024 - 10:00am to Sunday, July 14, 2024 - 5:00pm

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The Columbus Book Festival is a two-day event featuring more than 150 authors, panel discussions, bookish retailers, entertainment, a local food court, and more in the heart of downtown Columbus. Gramercy Books partners with two other local booksellers to serve as the Official Festival Bookstore.
No registration is required to attend.

Join Canadian writer Marianne Miller as she shares her debut novel, We Were The Bullfighters, about a young Ernest Hemingway who covers bank robber Red Ryan's daring prison break for the Toronto Daily Star. Marianne will be in conversation with Jim Phelan, a Distinguished Professor of English and the Director of Project Narrative at Ohio State University, and a Hemingway expert.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of We Were The Bullfighters waives the $5 registration fee.
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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