Author appearances



Roxana Elden: “See Me After Class.” 2 p.m. Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables

Pedro Hernandez: “Line in Movement.” 4 p.m. Books & Books, Gables.


Lee Smith: “Guests on Earth.” 8 p.m. Books & Books, Gables.


Mark Rowlands: “Running With the Pack: Thoughts from the Road on Meaning and Mortality.” 8 p.m. Books & Books, Gables.


John Freeman in conversation with Edwidge Danticat: “How to Read a Novelist.” 8 p.m. Books & Books, Gables.


Alan Dershowitz in conversation with Patricia D. White: “Taking the Stand.” 6 p.m. Books & Books, Gables.

Randy Rawls: “Best Defense.” 7 p.m. Murder on the Beach, Delray Beach.


Lauren Wohl: “The Eighth Menorah.” 11 a.m. Books & Books, Gables.

Andrew Kaufman: “I’m In Miami, Bitch!” 7 p.m. Books & Books, Gables.

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