Noe Valley’s literary festival Word Week 2021 is set for March 8-14. All events will be virtual. Get ready to Zoom! The audience limit on each event is 100 people. All events are free.

Here’s the lineup. You can RSVP at the Facebook event page link or by emailing wordweeknoevalley@gmail.com and letting us know which event or events you definitely want to attend. If you RSVP by Facebook, you’ll be sent the Zoom information by Messenger. If by email, it will come by return email. How ever you RSVP, you will receive the Zoom information and be added to the guest list.

Monday, March 8, 7pm: International Women’s Day with Naomi Wolf, interviewed by Maxine Einhorn RESERVE YOUR SPOT at https://bit.ly/3jA6xjx

Tuesday, March 9, 7pm: Why We Are Not a “Nation of Immigrants” with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz & Mary Jo McConahay RESERVE YOUR SPOT at https://bit.ly/3tLhnYl

Wednesday, March 10, 7pm: Black Literature, Black Lives with Julie Lythcott-Haims, Ayodele Nzinga, and Maurice Ruffin RESERVE YOUR SPOT at https://bit.ly/3jGdorI

Thursday, March 11, 7pm: Angel Island Detainee Poetry with Jeffrey Thomas Leong RESERVE YOUR SPOT at http://bit.ly/2ZaCyoC

Friday, March 12, 7pm: Leah Garchik & Ruthe Stein from SF Chronicle, in conversation with Maxine Einhorn RESERVE YOUR SPOT at http://bit.ly/3pe5OFB

Saturday, March 13, two events!

  • 11am (7pm Dublin time): Contemporary Irish Literature with Colm Toibin, Paula Meehan, and Michelle Gallen RESERVE YOUR SPOT at http://bit.ly/3rIL8Ya
  • 7pm: Noir Not at the Bar: crime novels and virtual cocktails with Cara Black, Jasmine Almaq, Rachel Howzell Hall, and Naomi Hirahara RESERVE YOUR SPOT at https://bit.ly/3qf3UGa

Sunday, March 14, 7pm: Noe Poets Pandemic Poems with Kristin Belshaw, Susan Dambroff, Jeff Dolman, Eveline Kanes, Marylee McNeal, Hal Savage and Kim Shuck RESERVE YOUR SPOT at http://bit.ly/3rSZZ27


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