Click below to read an excerpt from Notes on a Silencing in Vanity Fair

Click below to read an interview with Lacy in The New York Times

LIVE ONLINE EVENT:

Monday, August 31
7 pm EDT

Truth and Telling: An Event to Support Voices Against Violence

With Gail Caldwell

Please join us for a conversation with critically acclaimed authors Gail Caldwell and Lacy Crawford to discuss truth and memoir in women’s lives. 

Event will benefit Voices Against Violence Purple Passion 2020.

Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/truth-and-telling-an-event-to-support-voices-against-violence-tickets-115481531369

Tuesday, September 1
7 pm EDT

Toadstool Bookshops of New Hampshire with Jessica Lahey, author of the NYT Bestseller THE GIFT OF FAILURE and the forthcoming ADDICTION INOCULATION: RAISING HEALTHY KIDS IN A CULTURE OF DEPENDENCE

Join us to talk parenting, teaching, adolescents, safety, success, and growing up kind.

https://tinyurl.com/NotesonaSilencing

Thursday, September 3
Literary Lunchbreak 11am – 12 noon CENTRAL time 

Bookends and Beginnings, Evanston, IL, with Jo Ann Beard, author of the memoir BOYS OF MY YOUTH, the novel IN ZANESVILLE, and the forthcoming FESTIVAL DAYS

Join us to talk memoir, longing, families, sentences.

https://www.bookendsandbeginnings.com/event/literary-lunchbreak-lacy-crawford-notes-silencing

Thursday, September 17
Harvard Bookstore
7 pm EDT

Event to celebrate the launch of Kerri Arsenault’s MILL TOWN. From the Kirkus starred review: “In this masterful debut, the author creates a crisp, eloquent hybrid of atmospheric memoir and searing exposé. She writes urgently about the dire effects the mill’s toxic legacy had on Mexico’s residents and the area’s ecology while evocatively mining the emotional landscape of caretaking for aging parents and rediscovering the roots of her childhood. Bittersweet memories and a long-buried atrocity combine for a heartfelt, unflinching, striking narrative combination.”

Join us to talk privilege and poison, loyalty and labor, class and secrets, and celebrate this wonderful book.

Tuesday September 22
Arcadia Books, Spring Green, WI
6 pm CENTRAL time

Another opportunity to celebrate Kerri Arsenault’s MILL TOWN, this time back in the Midwest, where I grew up and where Kerri attended college.

Anything we didn’t cover at Harvard will be covered here. Anything we covered well might be repeated.

Link to follow.

Wednesday, October 7
Rogers Memorial Library, Southhampton, NY
6:30 pm EDT

https://rogersmemorial.librarycalendar.com/events/zoom-author-visit-lacy-crawford-author-notes-silencing