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April 27th Edition: Staying Connected and Informed with PRHSB Speakers

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Our speakers continue to participate in virtual events that are open to the public, and we are happy to include a roundup for you here. With things so uncertain at the moment, we hope attending these events will provide some hope, comfort, and inspiration. We have compiled all the upcoming virtual events from our speakers for the next week, as well as recent articles, media, and essays on different aspects of the pandemic.

Are you interested in learning more about virtual events? Contact us and we would be happy to provide suggestions for planning your next webinar, livestream, or keynote, from finding the right speaker to advising on technology.

As always, we wish you safety and health.

Virtual Events with Our Speakers

While we remain indoors, we’re finding new ways to connect with each other and the stories and authors who inspire us. Tune in to these virtual Penguin Random House speakers’ book events, author Q&A’s and more that are happening this week.

Daily events

Monday, April 27

  • Nic Stone reads children’s book, Here We Are  by Oliver Jeffers, on Instagram Live, as part of Penguin Random House’s Read Together, Be Together series (3PM EST)

Tuesday, April 28

  • Lawrence Wright in conversation with Nicholas Kristof, hosted by BookPeople on Zoom (8PM EST)

Wednesday, April 29

Thursday, April 30

Friday, May 1

Saturday, May 2

Check out #BooksConnectUsLive for more live virtual events.

News and Media from PRHSB Speakers

We are all looking for the most relevant information about the current crisis, as well as advice on how to cope with the quickly changing personal, political, and cultural landscape. These articles from artists, journalists, scientists, and productivity experts highlight practical advice and news from the frontlines of the pandemic.

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