Pittsburgh Book Groups & Programs
The Big Read: Community College of Allegheny County
Part of the National Endowment for the Arts' Big Read initiative to get people reading.
Black, White, & Read All Over
Come to Carnegie Library Lecture Hall in Oakland on Saturday mornings to meet your favorite children's authors and illustrators. Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
Chatham College Creative Writing News & Events
Chatham College's Creative Writing program presents readings by authors throughout the academic year.
Drue Heinz Lecture Series
Come hear nationally renowned authors talk about their work.
A production of Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures.
Pittsburgh Literary Calendar
Pittsburgh Literary Calendar aspires to provide a comprehensive list of literary readings and events of all members of Pittsburgh's diverse literary community, whether they are independent or associated with an organization. Pittsburgh Literary Calendar is a project of City of Asylum/Pittsburgh and its online magazine Sampsonia Way.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Local book group spans generations, gives insight into African-American experience
An interesting article published Wednesday, February 22, 2012, about the Aurora Reading Club of Pittsburgh, one of the nation's oldest African-American book groups.
The Pittsburgh Speakers Series
An annual lecture series presented by Robert Morris University at Heinz Hall, that brings distinguished speakers to Pittsburgh, including Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Peace Prize winners, world leaders, statesmen, distinguished journalists, authors and other celebrated personalities.