(Prince Ave.) Hear poetry curated by Rosalie Moffett featuring Sumita Chakraborty and Lindsey Alexander.
Hear stories from Jeff Kilpatrick, author of Hometown Horrors, and Tracy Adkins, author of Ghosts of Athens: History and Haunting of Athens, Georgia.
The Athens Historical Society presents "A Story Untold: Black Men and Women in Athens History—The 40th Anniversary" with Michael Thurmond.
(Winterville City Depot) A panel of experts discuss maintaining a healthy woodland, with topics including how to identify and remove invasive plants, and how to keep trees healthy and safe.
Hear about the effects nutrition can have on mental health.
The library will reveal the most loved book of Oconee County and celebrate all of the books on PBS's Great American Read list.
(Room 214) Geography Professor Andrew Herod will present "The Rise of the Gig Economy: How Technology is Influencing Work."
Hear Ira Sukrungruang read. Sukrungruang is the author of memoirs Southside Buddhist and Talk Thai: The Adventures of Buddhist Boy.
(Prince Ave.) Bethan Woollvin celebrates Hansel & Gretel.
Dr. Lisa M. Renzi-Hammond from the UGA College of Public Health shares the latest research on sleep and sleep issues.
Taylor-Grady Talks lecture series presents "The Birth of a New South: Sherman, Grady, and the Making of Atlanta" with speaker Dr. E. Culpepper Clark, a former dean of UGA's Grady College.
(Room 203, Center for Ecology of Infectious Diseases, DW Brooks Dr.) Daniel Coombs, professor of mathematics at the University of British Columbia presents "Stochastic Models for the Transmission and Establishment of HIV Invection."
(Prince Ave.) A visit by author Joseph O'Neill.
Discuss Gloia Naylor's Mama Day, which alludes to the dramatic works of Shakespeare.
Review a project book over coffee and tea, then create! Books and craft supplies provided.
John Scalzi celebrates the release of The Consuming Fire.
Spooky stories for adults.
(Prince Ave.) Cartoonists Drew Weing, author of The Creepy Case Files of Margo Maloo: Monster Mall, and Lee Gatlin, author of Monster School, celebrate their new books.
(Hargrett Library) Writers may bring pages of their work, any genre, for group feedback. Each meeting will highlight books from Hargrett's Collections.
Editor Jonathan Haupt will moderate "Our Prince of Scribes: Writers Remember Pat Conroy," with Terry Kay, Cynthia Graubart and Cliff Graubart.
(Room 271) Michael Bishop and Cynthia Shearer will discuss their work and writing process. A light reception will follow.
Meet Ruby Mae O'Dell, author of the Christian mystery/romance series "Faith in the Valley."
Discuss Circling the Sun by Paula McClain or pick up The Christmas Train by David Baldacci for December's discussion.