Event Archive

—10/25/11, 7:00pm, The Coffin Factory @ Housing Works Bookstore Cafe: with Bonnie Nadzam, John Reed, Fred Reynolds & Steve Danziger. 126 Crosby Street, Manhattan. 

—2/13/11, 7:00pm, InDigest @ (Le) Poisson Rouge: with Darin Strauss, John Reed and Jim Hanas. 158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan. 

—6/22/11, 6:30pm @ NYU Bookstore: with Sara Nelson, Sam Tanehaus, John Reed, David Goodwillie, Julie Just, Betsey Lerner, Paul Whitlatch, moderated by Susan Shapiro. 726 Broadway, Manhattan.

—3/30/11, 7:00pm, NBCC Celebrates Small Press Month @ NYU Bookstore: with Barbara Hoffert, Library Journal (moderator) w/ John Reed (Brooklyn Rail), Tim Brown, John Madera, John Deming. 726 Broadway, Manhattan.

—12/12/10, 7:00pm, BOMB Magazine @ KGB Bar: with Heidi Julavits, Zach Samalin, John Reed. 83 E 4th Street, Manhattan.

—12/14/10, 6:30pm, A Literary Holiday Party to benefit Pen Parentis! @ The Libertine Library at Gild Hall: with with John Reed, Liz Rosenberg and Lena Roy. 15 Gold Street, Manhattan. 

—10/27/10, 7:00pm, Tales of Woe @ The Kettle of Fish: John Reed and Matt De La Pena read from new works. 59 Christopher Street, Manhattan. 

—10/11/10, 8:00pm, Tales of Woe at … We Three Productions @ Bar 82: with Toni Yancey, Sarah Shaefer, John Reed, Alix Strauss, and A. Grant McCrea. 136 2nd Avenue @ St. Marks, Manhattan.

—10/08/10, 7:00pm, Literary Death Match @ Von: with Michael Kupperman, John Reed, Emily Flake, R. Sikoryak, Anthony Lappé, Ashley C. Williams, and Dan Pirarro: Bowery Poetry Clue, Manhattan.

—09/19/10, 7:00pm @KGB Bar: with Benjamin Hale & Deborah Willis, John Reed. 85 E 4th Street, Manhattan.

—09/12/10, 8:00pm, NBCC’s Name that Author, Brooklyn Book Festival @ St. Francis Screening Room: with Brigid Hughes (A Public Space), Martha Southgate (Third Girl from the Left), critics Eric Banks, Steve Kellman, and David Haglund. John Reed (Tales of Woe) emcee. NBCC president Jane Ciabattari, referee/quizmaster. 180 Remsen Street, Manhattan.

—09/11/10, 10:15pm, Lit Quake’s NYC Lit Crawl Presents: National Book Critics Revise and Recant @ White Slab Palace: with current and former NBCC board members, Lev Grossman, Lizzie Skurnick, John Reed, Mark Rotella and Jane Ciabattari. 77 Delancey St, Manhattan.

—09/08/10, 7:00pm, MTV Press and the Brooklyn Rail to celebrate the release of John Reed’s Tales of Woe @ The Boiler. 191 North 14 St. at Berry, Brooklyn.

—09/08/10, 6:30pm, Tales of Woe @ Open City’s OPIUM LITERARY DEATH MATCH @ Sara D. Roosevelt Park: with Michelle Carlo (The Bronx), Ed Lin (Manhattan), and John Reed (Brooklyn). North side of the Park beneath Houston Street, Manhattan.

—05/27/10, 1:00pm, Book Expo America @ Jakob K. Javits Center: with Carolyn Kellogg, Will Murphy, Ed Nawotka, Denise Oswald, John Reed, Craig Morgan Teicher, and Kate Travers, introduction by Jane Ciabattari, NBCC president. 655 West 34th Street, Manhattan.

—09/19/10, 7:00pm @ KGB Bar: with Elyssa East & John Reed. 85 E 4th Street, Manhattan.

—02/19/10 , 9:30pm, Cosmic Cabaret Cinema @ Rubin Museum of Art: with John Reed & Matt Lenski introduce 2001: A Space Odyssey. 150 West 17th Street, Manhattan.


—11/12/09-11/16/09, Bates College: ALL THE WORLD'S A GRAVE: A NEW PLAY BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE by John Reed, Schaeffer Theater, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Cast & Crew.

—9/13/09, 12:00pm, National Book Critics Circle “Name that Author” contest @ Brooklyn Borough Hall: with Emcee: John Reed, Defending champ, Brigid Hughes, and new contestants David Haglund, Steven G. Kellman, Maureen N. McLane, Geeta Sharma Jensen, Martha Southgate, and Craig Morgan Teicher. 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn.

—04/27/09, 8:00pm, American Shakespeare Lab Reading of ALL THE WORLD”S A GRAVE @ Gershwin Hotel: Terrence O’Brien directs a reading of the play, featuring: Katharine Abbruzzese, Michael Borrelli, Richard Ercole, Maia Guest, Eleanor Handley, Katie Hartke, Jason O'Connell, Kelsey Olson, John Christian Plummer, Ryan Quinn, Gabra Zackman. 7 East 27th St., Manhattan.

—04/25/09, 11:00am, Center for Independent Publishing Writer’s Conference 2009, Writing Process Q&A @ NYCIP: with Greg Downs, Hannah Tinti, Arthur Phillips, Justin Courter and John Reed. 20 West 44th St., Manhattan.

—05/31/09, 2:00pm, Book Expo America, Reviews 2010 @ The Javits Center: with Ben Greenman, Bethanne Patrick, David Nudo, Otis Chandler, Peter Krause and moderated by John Reed. 655 West 34th Street, Manhattan.

—03/15/09, 7:00pm, Small Press Month, Evening of Readers @ KGB Bar: with Amy Koppelman, Elizabeth Skurnick, and John Reed. 85 E 4th St., Manhattan.

—9/16/09, 10:00am, NBCC Annual Meeting @ The New School University : with Ron Charles, Geeta Sharma Jensen, John Reed, and David L. Ulin, moderated by Marcela Valdes. 80 5th Avenue, 8th Floor, Manhattan.

—02/09/09, We Three Productions Present Biweekly Readings of Poetry and Prose @ The Library Lounge at The Telephone Bar: with Pascal Escriout, Aja-Monet, John Reed and Laura Zinn Fromm. 149 2nd Avenue @ 9th Street, Manhattan.

—11/18/08 @ The Gershwin Hotel: with Ben Greenman and John Reed. 7 E. 27th Street, Manhattan.

—11/12/08, 8:00pm, The Littoral Reading Series @ Issue Project Room: with John Reed and Michael Kimball. 232 3rd Street at 3rd Avenue in Brooklyn, Manhattan.

—10/22/08, All The World's A Grave @ Book Culture: with Matthew Sharpe and John Reed. 36 West 112th Street, Manhattan. 

—10/17/08, All The World's A Grave @ the National Arts Club: with John Reed and Ben Greenman, hosted by Fran Gordon. 15 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan.

—10/5/08, 7:00pm @ KGB Bar: with John Reed and Donald Breckenridge. 85 E 4th Street, Manhattan.

—09/27/08, 7:00pm, Lit Crawl @ Boxcar Lounge: with John Reed and Luke Dempsey. 168 Avenue B, Manhattan.

—9/24/08, 7:00pm @ Kettle of Fish : with John Reed, Josh Gaylord and Megan Abbott. 59 Christopher Street, Manhattan.

—09/14/08, 1:00pm, All The World’s A Grave: Brooklyn Books Festival: with Actors from Troupe will perform excerpts from John Reeds’ new book by Shakespeare. 209 Joralemon Street, Manhattan. 

—9/13/08, National Book Critics Circle @ Melville House Publishing: with Donald Breckenridge, Brigid Hughes, Colin Harrison and NBCC member Kathryn Harrison, James Marcus,  Lizzie Skurnick , and David L. Ulin  Emcee: John Reed, book editor, The Brooklyn Rail, novelist, NBCC member. 145 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn, Manhattan.

—09/05/08, 7:00pm @ McNally Jackson: with Jennifer Lee Carrell and John Reed. 52 Prince St (b/t Lafayette & Mulberry), Manhattan.

—08/30/08, 4:30pm, All The World’s A Grave, Workshop Performance @ New York Marble Cemetery, Second Avenue, between 2nd and 3rd Street, Manhattan.

—8/26/08, 6:00pm, The Changing Story: Evolving Narrative in Creative Writing @ Mid-Manhattan Library: with John Reed. 40th Street and 5th Ave., Manhattan.

—08/21/08, All The World’s A Grave, “Sneak Peek Workshop” @ Mary Devlin-Margaret Harmony “Women of Grace” Outdoor Stage, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. 

—3/30/08 @ KGB Bar: with John Reed and Jane Ciabattari. 85 E 4th St., Manhattan. 

—11/28/07, 7:00pm @ Kettle of Fish: with Gabby Moss, John Reed, and David Yoo. 59 Christopher Street, Manhattan. 

—9/16/07, 1:00pm, Brooklyn Books Festival @ Brooklyn Historical Society: with Jane Ciabattari, Kathryn Harrison, Colin Harrison, John Reed, and Harvey Shapiro. 128 Pierrepont St., Manhattan.