LIZ PRATO

BOOKS SHORT WORK CONSULTING MEDIA EVENTS ABOUT


VOLCANOES, PALM TREES,
AND PRIVILEGE

2019 TOUR

               
 
Roundabout Books, Bend, OR
In conversation with Jackie Shannon Hollis
Saturday, October 26th
 
Broadway Books, Portland
In conversation with Jacqueline Keeler
Thursday, September 12th
 
Annie Bloom's Books, Portland
Reading & in-conversation with James Eliot Jones
Wednesday, June 12th

Third Street Books, Seattle
Reading and in-conversation with Wendy J. Fox
Tuesday, May 21st

LillaLit  Reading Series
Leach Botanical Gardens
Sunday, May 19th

Denver Women's Press Club
In conversation with Donna Bryson.
Thursday, May 9th
 
BookBin, Salem, OR
Indie Bookstore Day: Publishing Panel
Saturday, April 27th

Reading and in-conversation with Jennifer Haupt
Hoffman Center for the Arts, Manzanita
Saturday, April 20th

Powell's City of Books
Launch of Volcanoes, Palm Trees, and Privilege: Essays on Hawai‘i
Tuesday, April 16th
 
Authors on the Map
ABA Spring Forum with PNBA
Monday, April 1st

Micropress Fair, Portland, OR
Book signing with Overcup Press
Saturday March 30th

Forest Avenue Press Small Press Showcase
An AWP off-site event, Portland
Thursday, March 28th

 SELECT PAST EVENTS



NonfictioNow 2018, Phoenix: Not From Around Here, a panel with Sybil Baker, Sarah Einstein, Aaron Gilbreath & Lawrence Lacambra Ypil

Special Edition Unchaste With Zoe Zolbrod, Sarah Einstein, and Ariel Gore; Literary Arts, June 22, 2016

BookBar, Denver Reading With Wendy J. Fox, April 24, 2016

NonfictioNow 2015, Flagstaff, AZ "Writing the Difficult Other: On the Craft and Ethics of Putting Problematic People on the Page."

Broadway Books  Reading with Lidia Yuknavitch, September 23, 2015

Diesel Books, Oakland  Reading and conversation with NYT Best Seller, Ellen Sussman, June 30, 2015

Powell's City of Books Launch of Baby's On Fire, May 5th, 2015

AWP, Minneapolis Exclusive pre-sale of Baby's On Fire, April 8-11 2015

AWP 2014,  Seattle "A Bag Full of God: Female Memoirists with Daddy Issues," (with Sarah Tomlinson, Alysia Abbott, and Jennie Ketchum)

Powell’s City of Books  Launch for The Night, and the Rain, and the River, May 3, 2014

Lewis & Clark Gender Studies Symposium “Beyond Housewives and Whores: The Future of Women’s Literature;” a panel with Cheryl Strayed and Lidia Yuknavitch, March 2, 2011

In Other Words Bookstore “Who’s Your Mama?” (Soft Skull Press), April 25, 2009, Portland

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