Upcoming Events at The Ivy

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Thursday, February 27, 7 PM.
Carol Berkin:
 Wondrous Beauty: The Life and Adventures of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte 

Carol Berkin, award-winning historian and author ofRevolutionary Mothers, examines the remarkable life of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte, the Baltimore woman who caused a scandal when she married Napoleon’s younger brother. Forsaken by her husband, Bonaparte returned to Baltimore a cynical, independent woman and a shrewd investor.

Wednesday, March 12, 7 PM.
A GLOBAL CONVERSATION: Emily Parker, Now I Know Who My Comrades Are
 (at Goucher College)                               

In this first installment of our current affairs series, sponsored by Goucher College and The Ivy Bookshop, Emily Parker describes how a new wave of technologically empowered dissidents and freedom fighters are undermining authoritarian regimes in Cuba, Russia and China.

Wednesday, March 19, 7 PM.
Mohsin Hamid: How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia
                              

Award-winning author Mohsin Hamid reads from his novel of a man’s journey from impoverished rural boy to corporate tycoon.

Saturday, March 22, 6 PM.
Russ Crandall: 
The Ancestral Table: Traditional Recipes for a Paleo Lifestyle                                

Food blogger and home chef Russ Crandall presents over one hundred traditional favorites adapted to suit the paleo diet in this, his debut cookbook.

Monday, March 31, 7 PM.
STARTS HERE! 
 Pamela Erens and John Rowell

(*At Artifact Coffee)
                              

Jen Michalski hosts the March installment of our Starts Here! reading series at Artifact Coffee. The evening will feature Pamela Erens, author of The Virgins, and John Rowell, author of The Music of Your Life.

. . . and coming to The Pratt

Sunday, March 2, 2 PM.
A Gathering of Book Groups, at the Pratt Central Library


 

 

Meet with other book group members and share suggestions for good reads.

Representatives from Random House will be on hand to talk about forthcoming books and give away “advanced reading copies.”  Refreshments will be served.

Registration recommended; to register, call Neighborhood Library Services, 410-545-7130 or email [email protected].

 

Saturday, March 8, 1-4 PM.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH LITERARY FESTIVAL


Author readings followed by a reception. Moderated by Linda A. Duggins of Hachette Book Group, and featuring authors Misty Copeland, Lauren Francis-Sharma, Deborah Johnson and Sujata Massey.

 



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