Berlin Launch Double-Feature: Rowan Hisayo Buchanan & Jessica J. Lee
The Reader Berlin is proud to present the Berlin launch of Rowan Hisayo Buchanan’s Starling Days and Jessica J. Lee’s Two Trees Make a Forest: on memory, migration and Taiwan.
Berlin Launch Double-Feature: Ben Fergusson & Susan Finlay
The Reader Berlin is proud to present the launch Ben Fergusson’s third book, An Honest Man, and Susan Finlay’s debut novel, Our Lady of Everything. These Berlin-based authors will read from their work (more…)
June 4th Berlin launch: Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss
Join us for the hometown launch of Rajeev Balasubramanyam’s new novel, Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss! (more…)
Saskia Vogel’s Permission – book launch
Date: March 3rd
Time: 20:00 – 22:00
Join us for an evening of readings and conversation to celebrate the launch of Berlin-based writer and translator Saskia Vogel’s debut novel Permission. (more…)
November 5th: Short Story Salon w/ May-Lan Tan, Chris Power, & Linda Mannheim
Join us for the next Short Story Salon in our series! We’ll be graced with readings from short story collections by May-Lan Tan (Things to Make and Break, Sceptre), Chris Power (Mothers, Faber), and Linda Mannheim (Above Sugar Hill, Influx Press).
Monday salon with Sophie Mackintosh
We’re thrilled to announce we’ll be hosting a very special Monday Salon with Sophie Mackintosh, Reader competition winner and recent MAN BOOKER NOMINEE! Come and see Sophie reading from her phenomenal novel, ‘The Water Cure’ on August 6th. Details here.
August 27th: Harmless Like You with Rowan Hisayo Buchanan
On Monday 27th August, join us in the Reader Berlin Salon when we’ll be talking to award-winning author Rowan Hisayo Buchanan. As well as reading from her debut novel, the subtle and searing Harmless Like You (more…)
April 14th: How I Lose You Kate McNaughton – Berlin Launch
If you’re in town on April the 14th, The Reader highly recommends… (more…)
*FULLY BOOKED* May 23rd – Reading: A Lesser Day by Andrea Scrima *Free Event*
Join American author Andrea Scrima for a reading from her critically acclaimed novel A LESSER DAY, which describes an artist’s life between continents and cultures in what now seems like a lost world: pre-gentrification New York and Berlin of the ’80s and ’90s.
Reading and discussion will be moderated by Madeleine LaRue, Associate Editor and Director of Publicity for the magazine Music & Literature.