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Monday 8:30am-9pm, Tuesday-Saturday 8:30am-10pm, Sunday 10am-9pm 

A Juneteenth Celebration with Lisa Stringfellow & Quintin Collins

A Juneteenth Celebration with Lisa Stringfellow & Quintin Collins

Sunday, June 19, 2022 - 4:00PM ET
Event Location: 
Offline
Event address: 
Brookline Booksmith
279 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446-2908

In person at Brookline Booksmith! Celebrate Juneteenth with writers Lisa Stringfellow and Quintin Collins, in conversation with bookseller Lauren James.

Register for the event!

RSVP to let us know you're coming! Depending on the volume of responses, an RSVP may be required for entrance to the event. You will also be alerted to important details about the program, including safety requirements, cancellations, and book signing updates.

***PLEASE NOTE THAT MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED DURING THIS EVENT.***
 

Livestream!

Barring technical difficulty, this event will be livestreamed. Catch the livestream here, on our store YouTube channel.
 

Reserve a book!

Books will be available for purchase at the event, but you can ensure that you get a book by preordering on the registration page. You can pick your book up after 3:30PM on the day of the event.

Can't make it to the event? Preorder a book on the registration page to have it signed, and choose to have it held or shipped from the store!

 

In recognition of Juneteenth, Brookline Booksmith presents an in-conversation event with authors Lisa Stringfellow and Quintin Collins, joined by bookseller Lauren James. This event aims to present a holistic and celebratory view of Black resilience, joy and excellence.

Lisa Stringfellow writes middle grade fiction and has a not-so-secret fondness for fantasy with a dark twist. Her debut fantasy A Comb of Wishes was released on February 8, 2022 by HarperCollins/Quill Tree Books.

Quintin Collins (he/him) is a writer, editor, and Solstice MFA Program assistant director. His first poetry collection is The Dandelion Speaks of Survival, and his second collection is Claim Tickets for Stolen People, winner of the Charles B. Wheeler Prize.