Loading Events

← Back to Events

McNally Jackson Seaport

+ Google Map
4 Fulton St
New York, 10038

January 2023

Jacob Rogers on The Last Days of Terranova with Eric Banks

January 24, 2023 @ 7:00 pm
McNally Jackson Seaport, 4 Fulton St
New York, 10038
+ Google Map

Join us for a conversation on the practice of translation and often-intertwining literary and political history with translator Jacob Rogers and Eric Banks. They will discuss the translation of Manuel Rivas's novel The Last Days of Terranova. The event will take place at McNally Jackson Seaport on January 24th at 7:00 pm. You can register for the event here -- RSVPs are required. Jacob Rogers is a translator of Galician and Spanish poetry and prose. He has received grants from…

Find out more »

May 2023

A Conversation with Maureen Freely and Zain Khalid at the McNally Jackson Seaport bookstore

May 24, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
McNally Jackson Seaport, 4 Fulton St
New York, 10038
+ Google Map
$5.00

Join Maureen Freely and Zain Khalid for an in-person discussion of Maureen's translation of Sevgi Soysal’s Dawn at the McNally Jackson Seaport bookstore. Dawn is a fiercely lucid examination of voices of protest in Turkey amid political turmoil. The conversation will take place on May 24th at 7 pm EST.    Maureen Freely was born in the US, raised in Turkey, and educated at Harvard. A professor at the University of Warwick, she is currently the president of English PEN.…

Find out more »

May 2024

Fine Gråbøl & Joanna Biggs at McNally Jackson Seaport

May 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
McNally Jackson Seaport, 4 Fulton St
New York, 10038
+ Google Map
Free

We're delighted to have Joanna Biggs join Fine Gråbøl for a reading, signing, and Q&A to celebrate the recent launch of What Kingdom. Join us at McNally Jackson Seaport for an evening of illuminating literary conversation! Fine Gråbøl (b. 1992) has previously published a collection of poetry, Knoglemarv lavendel (Bone-marrow Lavender, 2018), together with the poetry collective BMS – consisting of Dorte Limkilde, Mette Kierstein, Ronja Johansen, and Gråbøl. Although What Kingdom is based on personal experience, Gråbøl does not…

Find out more »
+ Export Events