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The Annapolis Book Festival

The Annapolis Book Festival

We are pleased to announce that the Cheuse Center will participate in the Annapolis Book Festival on Saturday, April 28. The Annapolis Book Festival is a free, day-long event in its 16th year that attracts over 3,000 visitors to the Key School in Annapolis, Maryland. The Cheuse Center is honored to be partnering with ABF on an exciting event that begins at 2:00.

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An Evening with Mikkel Rosengaard

An Evening with Mikkel Rosengaard

On Thursday, March 29, the Cheuse Center welcomes back Mikkel Rosengaard. Mikkel and Cheuse Center director Matthew Davis will be in conversation at 6:30 at East City Bookshop at 645 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, in Washington, DC.

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An Evening with Kareem Abdulrahman

An Evening with Kareem Abdulrahman

On Tuesday, March 27, the Cheuse Center welcomes Kurdish translator Kareem Abdulrahman. Kareem will be in conversation with Slate Magazine’s foreign affairs columnist Joshua Keating at 7:00 at Solid State Books, 600 H Street, NE in Washington, DC. They will discuss Kareem’s remarkable translation of the Kurdish novel I Stared at the Night of the City, the first novel ever translated from Kurdish to English.

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An Evening with Jesus Carrasco

An Evening with Jesus Carrasco

On Monday, March 26, the Cheuse Center and George Mason University will welcome Spanish novelist Jesus Carrasco. Carrasco will be in conversation with local novelist Gabrielle Fuentes at 7:00 at DuPont Underground, 1500 19th Street, NW in Washington, DC

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World Press Photo Event

World Press Photo Event

The Embassy of Finland in Washington D.C. invites you to a unique evening of photography, literature and discussion on freedom of the press Monday, November 6, at 6:30 p.m. 

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Towards a Post Internet Literature

Towards a Post Internet Literature

As part of his residency at the Cheuse Center, Danish novelist and art essayist Mikkel Rosengaard will be speaking about how the pervasiveness of digital culture is impacting literature and visual art.

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An Evening With Amy Tan

An Evening With Amy Tan

The Alan Cheuse International Writers Center, in conjunction with Sixth & I Synagogue and Politics and Prose Bookstore, welcomes acclaimed writer Amy Tan. Amy will be in conversation with Deborah Tannen about her new book, Where the Past Begins.

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Toni Sala Visits The Cheuse Center

Toni Sala Visits The Cheuse Center

THIS WEEK: The Alan Cheuse International Writers Center is pleased to welcome our first writer in residence, Catalan writer Toni Sala. Join him September 20 to learn more about the upcoming Catalan independence vote.

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