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For Amanda Fenner, candles are "lit"

For Amanda Fenner, candles are "lit"

“Book people and candle people, there's an overlap there.”

Dave Eggers and Mokhtar Alkhanshali, the subject of The Monk of Mokha, appear at Carnegie Music Hall Dec. 10

It's the story of immigration, war, and coffee

Russian-American activist/author Masha Gessen investigates power and corruption

Gessen appears at Carnegie Music Hall as a part of Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures' Ten Evenings series on November 6.

Jonathan Auxier’s new young adult novel Sweep channels his parental anxieties

“What if you tried to equip a child at a very young age with the ability to survive and thrive, but then you weren't there to ensure or help them after a certain point?”

Q&A with author Katherine Boo, a Ten Evenings Author appearing on Mon., Oct. 22

"Listening deeply and investigating patterns of injustice from the bottom up will at least bring a few drops of water to a very dry lake."

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