Deep Vellum Books is excited to host Book Cult! Our very own bookstore book club! Now this isn’t your regular-degular-schmegular book club. We won’t always follow the traditional book club format but we’ll be discussing a book from some of our favorite small presses every other month. Expect giveaways, special guests, games, and most of all new friends! See you there!
In this workshop, we will work together to demystify the various ways in which poets — and poems — create an aesthetic experience via careful, imaginative manipulations of language.
Join author Sarah Viren as we celebrate her new book of essays, MINE, awarded with the River Teeth Literary Nonfiction Prize. She'll will be joined in a reading and conversation with writer, Kendra Green as they discuss essays, place, and Texas.
Fangoria is back in business! Not only is this legendary magazine being revamped, but it will also be putting out a series of horror novels under their killer new Fangoria Presents banner. Join us for a special launch party and discussion for OUR LADY OF THE INFERNO.
Join Dr. Mike Brooks for a presentation about his new book Tech Generation: Raising Balanced Kids in a Hyper-Connected World.
Join us as we launch our 7th series of tiny zines, featuring Denton's intrepid arts collective, Spiderweb Salon!
This is a space for us to be around others who want to make things better, more just and more equitable for marginalized people. A space in which we can connect and leverage our strengths and resources to ensure equitable living conditions for everyone. Cereal, PJ's and Cartoons and will set the mood for a lighthearted conversation around what can be heavy topics.
Join George Henson, translator of the late Mexican master Sergio Pitol’s “Trilogy of Memory” and forthcoming Mephisto’s Waltz: Selected Short Stories, for a special one-night only “book club” style talk on Pitol and his works, with a particular emphasis on The Magician of Vienna.
Joe Milazzo's Of All Places In This Place Of All Places (Spuyten Duyvil Publishing, 2018), arranged for 8 voices.
Readers: Jolee Davis / Chris George / Lisa Huffaker / Paul Koniecki / Reverie Koniecki / Joe Milazzo / James Barrett Rodehaver / Mike Soto
When Chinese novelist Su Wei and his translator Austin Woerner first met in 2005, little did they know that their friendship would spark a ten-year-long experiment in creative co-translation that would take them from the classrooms of Yale to the mountains of far southern China and back again. Join us for a night of discussion about the joys and complexities of translation.