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Charlie Jane Anders: The City in the Middle of the Night

Is Anders really "this generation's LeGuin," Mr. Greer? How about giving the Nebula award-winning author a little more time before proclaiming that, OK? Undeniable, though, is that Charlie Jane Anders writes wonderfully and crafts innovative, engaging stories packed with characters a reader can actually care about – whether those characters are human or otherwise. And tonight she's presenting her new novel about the colonizers of a planet that's eternally half night and half day … and what happens when they meet the original people of that world. Tue., Feb. 19, 7pm.

Adam Higginbotham: Midnight in Chernobyl

The author presents his nonfiction thriller documenting the world's worst nuclear disaster. It's about what can happen when "a dishonest and careless state endangers its citizens and the entire world." Wed., Feb. 20, 7pm.

W. K. Stratton: The Wild Bunch

For the 50th anniversary of The Wild Bunch, here's author Stratton – in conversation with Steve Harrigan – presenting his definitive history of that legendary Sam Peckinpah film. Thu., Feb. 21, 7pm.

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