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The indomitable gamer and author presents her newly spawned book that describes "How Gamergate (Nearly) Destroyed My Life, and How We Can Win the Fight Against Online Hate." Tue., Oct. 17, 7pm.
The author presents his multigenerational wolf saga, in conversation with Texas Monthly's Pam Colloff. Thu., Oct. 19, 7pm.
In which the Instagram-famous writer presents his book of new and beloved poems. Fri., Oct. 20, 7pm.
The Texas State Historical Association presents the author and the third edition of her acclaimed work. Sat., Oct. 21, 2pm.
Actors Theatre Austin
revives Eugene O'Neill
and Samuel "Hawkface" Beckett
's Krapp's Last Tape
, the two theatrical gems featuring Michael Stuart
and Craig Kanne
in the O'Neill – and Stuart all gloriously solo as the woolgathering and birthday-recording Krapp. And here's what the Chron's own Robert Faires thought of the show
. Sun., Oct. 22, 6pm. Pay what you can.
The co-director of Austin's Lauterstein-Conway Massage School weaves threads of anatomy, spirituality, Asian bodywork, and the human potential movement to form this literary tapestry of the life of Fritz Smith. Sun., Oct. 22, 2pm.
"Thinking can force us out of familiar, comforting habits," says the celebrated cultural critic, who presents his new book here tonight. The book's helpful cover illustration features a pair of eyeglasses, please note, which our familiar and comforting habits equate with heightened intelligence – which is something people who don't need glasses don't have, of course. #notallnerds Mon., Oct. 23, 7pm.