Romantic Lit: The Power and Politics of Fiction’s Most Robust Genre

Often at the forefront of societal changes, the romance genre literature continues to be one of the most robust, and its readership most dedicated of book communities.

Tina Jordan, the fiction preview editor of The New York Times moderates a conversation with bestselling author Sarah MacLean and additional guests as they discuss a wide range of topics, including the power and politics of romance and the role of a genre by, for and about women in 2018.











When: Tue., Jun. 26, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $29
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Often at the forefront of societal changes, the romance genre literature continues to be one of the most robust, and its readership most dedicated of book communities.

Tina Jordan, the fiction preview editor of The New York Times moderates a conversation with bestselling author Sarah MacLean and additional guests as they discuss a wide range of topics, including the power and politics of romance and the role of a genre by, for and about women in 2018.

Buy tickets/get more info now