February 11 - 27: NYU Bookstore Events

The New York University Bookstore will feature a casting director’s confessions (Feb. 11), poetry readings (Feb. 12), the secrets to hot startups (Feb. 25), and more at the Bookstore’s 726 Broadway location.

February 11 - 27, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
NYU Bookstore
726 Broadway between Astor Place and Washington Place

Tuesday, February 11
Jen Rudin, award winning casting director of both Broadway and Disney movies, discusses her new book “Confessions of a Casting Director: Help Actors Land Any Role With Secrets From Inside the Audition Room".

Wednesday, February 12
Cynthia Lowen, author of "The Cloud That Contained the Lightning", and Kamilah Aisha Moon, author of "She Has a Name", host a poetry reading.

Thursday, February 13
Warren Lehrer discusses “A Life in Books: The Rise and Fall of Blue Mobley” which celebrates the mysteries and contradictions of the creative process, and grapples with the future of the book as a medium and the lines that separate truth, myth, and fiction.

Tuesday, February 18
NYU EBM Self-Publishing Presents Jean Lloyd, author of “Producing Brilliant Children”, which explores how to effectively teach reading and writing.

Wednesday, February 19
The event is hosted by Daniel Nester, with readings from "The Incredible Sestina Anthology" by Paul Muldoon, Scott Edward Anderson, Patricia Carlin, Victor D. Infante, Jason Schneiderman, Carley Moore, and special guests.

Monday, February 24
Paul Rome, author of “We All Sleep in the Same Room” and Adelle Waldman, author of “The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P" read and discuss their respective debut novels.

Tuesday, February 25
Joel Gurin, who severed as a chair of the White House Task Force on Smart Disclosure, discusses his new book “Open Data Now: The Secret to Hot Startups, Smart Investing, Savvy Marketing, and Fast Innovation”.

Thursday, February 27
Susan Ostrov Weisser discusses and reads from her novel “The Glass Slipper: Women and Love Stories”, which is about the persistence of a familiar Anglo-American love story into the digital age.

All bookstore events are free and open to the public. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, as space is limited.