Miami Book Fair
Brooklyn Book Festival
Mississippi Book Festival
Memoir panel with Harrison Scott Key, Hannah Pittard, and Helen Ellis, moderated by Beth Ann Fennelly
In conversation with Laurie Kincer – Cleveland
Join the Cuyahoga County Public Library when author and poet Maggie Smith visits to discuss her latest memoir, You Could Make This Place Beautiful.
In conversation with Ingrid Rojas Contreras
This event will be hosted in person at Book Passage’s Corte Madera Store, and streamed online.
In conversation with Jennifer Pastiloff
Vroman’s Pasadena welcomes Maggie Smith to celebrate the launch of her new memoir.
Virtual Conversation with Elissa Altman
Barrett Bookstore and Main Street Books are partnering to bring award-winning poet Maggie Smith to you for a virtual conversation with James Beard Award-winning author Elissa Altman. Readers can watch the virtual event or attend an in-person watch party....
In Conversation with Traci Brimhall
Maggie Smith will be In conversation with Traci Brimhall, 2023 to 2026 Poet Laureate for Kansas, about Maggie’s new book, You Could Make This Place Beautiful: A Memoir. The conversation & presentation will last approximately one hour. A booksigning will follow the program....
In conversation with Megan Stielstra
Women & Children First is excited to welcome Maggie Smith for a reading, conversation and book-signing in honor of her forthcoming memoir.
In conversation with Erika Meitner
Boswell Book Company presents an evening with Maggie Smith, author of You Could Make This Place Beautiful. In conversation with UW-Madison Professor Erika Meitner. Cosponsored by Woodland Pattern Book Center.
At Home with Literati: Jennifer Michael Hecht & Maggie Smith
Literati Bookstore is pleased to welcome Jennifer Michael Hecht to our At Home with Literati Series in support of The Wonder Paradox. She will be joined in conversation by Maggie Smith.
In conversation with Saeed Jones
Gramercy Books hosts noted poet and essayist Maggie Smith for the launch of her memoir, in conversation with Saeed Jones.
In conversation with Jeannine Ouellette
Join us in welcoming poet, Maggie Smith for the launch of her new memoir You Could Make This Place Beautiful. Maggie will read from her new book and be in conversation with Jeannine Ouellette, followed by a signing....
In conversation with Irina Reyn
White Whale welcomes Maggie Smith back to Pittsburgh, live and in person, for her memoir YOU COULD MAKE THIS PLACE BEAUTIFUL!
In conversation with Kate Baer
In store event hosted by Politics & Prose in Washington, DC
In conversation with Mary Laura Philpott
Parnassus Books is pleased to present Maggie Smith, in conversation with Mary Laura Philpott, to discuss Maggie’s new book, You Could Make This Place Beautiful. This is a ticketed event. Each ticket is $31.00, and comes with one general admission seat and a signed copy of You Could Make This Place Beautiful. A ticket is required for […]...
In conversation with Leslie Jamison
In person and streaming to YouTube, the event is hosted by Books Are Magic in Brooklyn.
Bryn Mawr Reading Series
Since 1985, Bryn Mawr College has hosted major American and international authors whose works have earned Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Awards, and many other distinctions.
Signed and Personalized Books Now Available
Maggie’s local independent bookstore, Gramercy Books, is now the exclusive online source for signed, personalized copies of Goldenrod, Keep Moving, and Good Bones. Now you can order books for yourself or copies to give as gifts, and she will personalize them for you–and as an added bonus, you’ll be supporting an indie bookstore. Click the link below for more […]...
2022 AWP Conference
Our wounds are the openings to our deepest selves. The craving for connection in these soft and tender places and the instinct to seek out witnesses to our scars are universal. But how can we ensure we are writing toward healing, rather than retraumatization? And how do we write ethically about those who have hurt […]...