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In recognition of Black History Month, Gramercy Books hosts acclaimed author Sheila Williams and features her engrossing historical novel, No Better Time, about a little known aspect of World War II—the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, the only Black WACs to serve overseas during the conflict. Williams will be in conversation with Demetries Neely, Executive Director and CEO of the King Arts Complex.
Registration for this event is on Eventbrite. The admission fee is waived with the purchase of No Better Time.
KING ARTS COMPLEX is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Join booksellers Katie Cerqua and Nikki Snyder who will facilitate a book discussion of The Last Days of Lilah Goodluck by Kylie Scott. 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 The Last Days of Lilah Goodluck and a beverage at Kittie’s. It is strongly encouraged that registrants read the book prior to the program.

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Meet Edgar Award-winning young adult novelist Mindy McGinnis for an intimate book signing of her mesmerizing mystery, Under This Red Rock!
This is a first-come, first-served book signing with store capacity limited to 70 people in the store at a time.
BEXLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY is Gramercy’s Community Partner.

Join Gramercy Books and The Bexley Public Library for a Dog Man party to celebrate the newest Dog Man release, The Scarlet Shredder, held in the library's auditorium. Meet and greet Dog Man and enjoy crafts, games, and a scavenger hunt. The new Dog Man book, as well as other Dog Man merchandise, will be available for purchase. This is the suspenseful and hilarious twelfth graphic novel in the #1 worldwide bestselling series by award-winning author and illustrator Dav Pilkey!

Join novelist, poet, and essayist Ellen Birkett Morris, author of Beware the Tall Grass, the winner of the 2023 Donald L. Jordan Prize for Literary Excellence, in conversation with acclaimed writer and scholar Lee Martin. Morris’s novel explores family struggles within the drama of mid-sixties America.
Registration for this event is on Eventbrite. The admission fee is waived with the purchase of Beware the Tall Grass.
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Join IACP Award–winning author of The Vegetable Butcher, Cara Mangini, for a delicious lunch inspired by recipes from her new playbook for cooking vegetarian, The Vegetable Eater, to be held at Giuseppe’s Ritrovo.
A limited number of tickets at $55 available through Eventbrite will include lunch, the author talk, and Mangini’s book (including tax), which she will sign after the program.

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From master storyteller Kristin Hannah, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Nightingale and The Four Winds, comes THE WOMEN, an emotionally-charged story of a turbulent, transformative era in America: the 1960s, and the women who put themselves in harm’s way to help others. Kelley Griesmer, President and CEO of The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio, will facilitate the group discussion.
Kittie’s will be open only to attendees, beginning at 5:00 pm, with beverages and sweet and savory snacks available for purchase. Book discussion begins at 6:30 pm.
Registration is on Eventbrite. A ticket to this program includes a copy of The Women.  It is strongly encouraged that registrants read the book prior to the program.
THE WOMEN’S FUND OF CENTRAL OHIO is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this book club program.

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Join #1 bestselling author Anna Quindlen as she launches her latest novel, After Annie, a beautiful and deeply moving story about love, loss, friendship, marriage, family and community from one of our wisest chroniclers of modern life. Anna will be in conversation with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and novelist Connie Schultz.
Registration is on Eventbrite. Admission includes a copy of After Annie, which Quindlen will sign at the event.
THE DREXEL THEATRE is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this exclusive program.

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Meet actor, singer, and one of the country’s most exciting comedians, Dulcé Sloan, for an intimate book signing of her first memoir, Hello Friends!: Stories of Dating, Destiny, and Day Jobs, a comedic trip through Sloan’s incredible journey filled with lessons and laughter.
This is a first-come first-served open signing with store capacity limited to 70 people in the store at a time.

Join lauded poet, Joy Sullivan, for her vivid and inspiring Instructions for Traveling West, a poetry collection about what’s possible when we heed our instincts and honor our intuition, allowing ourselves to strike out for new territories of love, pleasure, and peace. Sullivan will be in conversation with fellow poet Maggie Smith for this special National Poetry Month program.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of Instructions for Traveling West waives the $5 registration fee.
OHIO POETRY ASSOCIATION and WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this program.

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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.
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 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.

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