Paulo Scott, author of Nowhere People, celebrated the launch with a series of bookstore events in New York City culminating in a panel at the Brooklyn Book Festival on September 21st.
Details below. If you missed these events, do sign up to our newsletter on our homepage, so we can let you know about future author tours.
Greenlight Bookstore, Brooklyn
Tuesday 16th September
Greenlight Fiction Book Group discusses Nowhere People by Paulo Scott, with special appearance by the author!
Led by Greenlight general manager Alexis, this book group discusses paperback fiction on the third Tuesday of each month. For September, the group discusses Nowhere People. Scott, in town for the Brooklyn Book Festival, will visit the book group to answer questions and sign books following the discussion.
Book group titles are discounted 15%, in the store or online, during the month preceding the discussion. (This discount is for any book buyer!)
McNally Jackson, Manhattan
Saturday 20th September, 6pm
Paulo Scott will be in conversation about Nowhere People.
Brooklyn Book Festival
1:00 P.M. Cultural Collisions: Around the Day in Eighty Worlds:
A single country can contain multiple layers of co-existing, often clashing worlds—rich and poor, modern and ancient, powerful and powerless. How are these borders crossed in novels by Brazilian author Paulo Scott(Nowhere People), Cuban author Mylene Fernandez-Pintado (A Corner of the World), and Mexican author Valeria Luiselli (Faces in the Crowd)? Moderated by Anderson Tepper.
Sunday 21st September, in the Borough Hall Media Room (209 Joralemon Street)
AND at Brooklyn Book Festival – come and say hi! We’ve got a booth:
Booth #220 – sharing with the brilliant Music & Literature magazine.