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Author Rachel Kapelke-Dale will join Gramercy Book Club participants after the discussion of The Ballerinas, her captivating, voice-driven debut novel about a trio of ballerinas who meet as students at the Paris Opera Ballet School. BalletMet Artistic Director Edwaard Liang and Executive Director Sue Porter will co-moderate the group discussion and interview with Kapelke-Dale.
Registration for this virtual book club discussion is on Eventbrite. A general admission ticket to access the event is $5. A ticket that includes the book purchase waives the fee. Please note that registration closes at 5 pm on the day of the program.
BalletMet is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Meet PEN/Faulkner awardee David Guterson—author of Snow Falling on Cedars—in a live, virtual conversation with longtime WOSU Public Media host Christopher Purdy, and learn about his new novel, THE FINAL CASE (released by Knopf on January 11th).
Registration is on Eventbrite. Admission, which includes Guterson’s new novel and a signed bookplate for those registering by December 31, is $29 including tax. Please note that registration closes at 5 pm the day of the program.
WOSU Public Media is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this author event.

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Join Kenyon College creative writing professor and author Ira Sukrungruang in conversation with noted memoirist, novelist, and Ohio State University creative writing professor Lee Martin about Ira’s latest memoir, This Jade World
Registration for this in-store event is on Eventbrite. Admission is free, and attendees can purchase the book when registering. Registration closes at 6:00 pm on the day of the event. To ensure safety for all, proof of full vaccination or a recent negative Covid-19 test is required to attend.  Masks are mandated by the City of Bexley, even for those unvaccinated. Seating is limited.
The Ohio State University Creative Writing Program and Ohioana Library are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this program.

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Join National Book Award winner Kevin Boyle in conversation with esteemed Ohio State University scholar Hasan Kwame Jeffries to learn about Boyle’s The Shattering: America in the 1960s, a masterful history of the decade whose conflicts shattered America’s postwar order and divide us still.
Registration for this free, in-store event is on Eventbrite. 
Proof of full vaccination or a recent negative Covid-19 test is required to attend.  Masks are mandated by the City of Bexley, even for those unvaccinated. Seating is limited.
Ohio State University’s Department of History and Bexley Public Library are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this author program.

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Join writer Taylor Harris, author of THIS BOY WE MADE: A Memoir of Motherhood, Genetics, and Facing the Unknown, in conversation with Columbus City Councilwoman Priscilla Tyson.
Registration for this free, in-store event, on Eventbrite, is required. Seating is limited. Attendees can purchase the book when registering. Registration closes at 6:00 pm on the day of the event.
To ensure safety for all, proof of full vaccination or a recent negative Covid-19 test is required to attend.  Masks are mandated by the City of Bexley, even for those unvaccinated. 
King Arts Complex is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Join behavior geneticist Kathryn Paige Harden in conversation with Adam Davis, Director of the Lisska Center for Intellectual Engagement at Denison University, to learn about Harden’s book, The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality, a provocative and timely case for how the science of genetics can help create a more just and equal society.
Register in advance for this free virtual event.

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Join Hanif Abdurraqib and Peter Kahn, editors of RESPECT THE MIC, an expansive, moving anthology representing 20 years of poetry from students and alumni of Chicago's Oak Park River Forest High School Spoken Word Club. The evening will be moderated by educator Steven Waddell, a former member of the Spoken Word Club.
Registration for this free, hybrid event is required. Seating at the bookstore is limited to 50, with additional registration available for virtual viewing. Attendees can purchase the book when registering. It can be picked up at Gramercy Books anytime after February 1. Registration closes at 6:00 pm on the day of the event for in-person attendees, and at 5:00 pm for those registering virtually.
To ensure safety for all, proof of full vaccination or a recent negative Covid-19 test is required to attend in person. Masks are mandated by the City of Bexley, even for those unvaccinated.

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