Transmovimientos Event

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC

Note: this event is now virtual only. Join us for a virtual event with the co-authors and contributors of Transmovimientos: Latinx Queer Migrations, Bodies, and Spaces. Co-authors Ellie D. Hernández, Eddy Francisco Alvarez Jr., and Magda García will be in

Free – $30.00

Luces de emergencia: A reading with author and UNC Professor Oswaldo Estrada

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC

Join us on October 17th at 5pm for a reading with Professor Oswaldo Estrada to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Professor Estrada will be reading from his collection of short stories, Luces de emergencia.   About Professor Estrada: Oswaldo Estrada’s research focuses

Free

“Build a House”: A Sit Down and Signing with Author Rhiannon Giddens

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC

Join us Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 4 PM for a very special book reading, signing, and Q&A with Build a House author, MacArthur Fellowship recipient, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Southern Futures Artist-in-Residence Rhiannon Giddens. YOU BROUGHT ME HERE TO BUILD

Free

Cafe Cortado with Carlos Villacorta

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC

Café Cortado is a literary workshop that brings to the community different authors who discuss their work in Spanish. The Cafe runs for an hour and a half. During the first part of the meeting, poets and fiction writers read some

Cafe Cortado

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC

Café Cortado is a literary workshop that brings to the community different authors who discuss their work in Spanish. The Cafe runs for an hour and a half. During the first part of the meeting, poets and fiction writers read some

Free

IN-PERSON! Edible North Carolina: In conversation with Marcie Cohen Ferris, Andrea Reusing, and Courtney Lewis

Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC

Join us for an evening celebrating Edible North Carolina, in conversation with editor Marcie Cohen Ferris, Lantern chef Andrea Reusing, and Duke University professor and anthropologist Courtney Lewis. About the book: Edible North Carolina documents and shares the vibrant voices and

Free – $35.00

IN PERSON! Cool. Awkward. Black. with Karen Strong & Tracy Deonn

Varsity Theater on Franklin 123 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC

Blerds and Black creatives are invited to an evening of expression to center and celebrate the many experiences of being cool, awkward and Black. This event coincides with the January 10th release of Cool. Awkward. Black., a YA anthology of

Free – $18.99