NEWS & EVENTS
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Feb. 23, 2017, Parnassus Books, Nashville, TN
Feb. 25, Politics & Prose, Washington, DC
Feb. 28, The Texas Theatre, Dallas, TX
March 1, Brazos Bookstore, Houston, TX
March 2, Book People, Austin, TX
March 5, Autry Museum, Los Angeles, CA
March 6, Aero Cinematheque, Santa Monica, CA.
March 9, Channel City Club, Fess Parker Hotel, Santa Barbara, CA
March 11-12, Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, AZ
March 15, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD
March 22, Kansas City Public Library, Plaza Branch, Kansas City, MO
March 25, Virginia Festival of the Book, Charlottesville, VA
March 28, C.M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT
March 29, Montana Historical Society, Helena, MT
March 30, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, MT
March 31, Western Heritage Center, Billings, MT
April 8, Books A Million, N. Hanover Mall, Hanover PA
April 11, Books & Brews, Pale Fire Brewing Co., Harrisonburg, VA
April 23, LA Times Festival of Books, USC Campus, Los Angeles
April 30, Avalon Theatre, Washington, DC.
June 28, Central Library, Arlington VA
June 11, American Film Institute, Silver Spring, MD.
June 14, House of Speakeasy, introduced by Amanda Foreman, Joe's Pub, Public Theater, New York, NY
June 18 (Father's Day), Film Forum, NYC, with Maria Cooper Janis and film historian Foster Hirsch
June 22, Henry Ford Centennial Library, Dearborn MI
June 23, Ann Arbor District Library, Ann Arbor MI
June 28 Arlington Central Library, Arlington VA
June 30, Congregation Shirat Ha Yam, Nantucket, MA
July 6, The Hampton Synagogue, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY
Sept. 9, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe NM, followed by a screening at the Jean Cocteau Cinema.
Sept. 25, Lambs Club, New York City, with Maria Cooper Janis and Foster Hirsch.
Oct. 5, Circle Cinema, Tulsa OK.
Oct. 11, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville TX.
Oct. 29, Glazer Family Jewish Community Center, Tampa FL.
Nov. 2, Temple Rodef Shalom, Falls Church, VA.
Nov. 5, Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta GA.
Nov. 8, Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo OH.
Nov. 9, Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston TX.
Nov. 15, Jewish Community Center of Greater Dayton OH.
Nov. 20-21, Turner Classic Movies, Glenn and Ben Mankiewicz introduced and discussed six films written by blacklisted screenwriters.
Dec. 11, Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, New Brunswick NJ.
Dec. 13, Red River Theatres, Concord NH, in partnership w/Gibson's Bookstore.
March 3, McIntyre's Bookshop, Pittsboro NC.
March 15, Puerto Rico Art Museum, San Juan.
March 19, Cinema Lounge film group, Washington DC
March 20, Montcastle Lecture, Gilman School, Baltimore MD
March 25, Hillel Student Center, Staten Island College, NY.
April 17, Philadelphia Film Society, Prince Theatre.
July 12, Arlington Rotary Club, Arlington VA
August 17, Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC.
Aug. 18, RED Cinemas, Greensboro, NC
Nov. 1, Jewish Museum Milwaukee WI.
Glenn has been named a 2018 Academy Film Scholar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to help fund research for his new book project about the making of Midnight Cowboy and New York in the 1960s. Look for the new book in 2020, to be published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
The HIGH NOON paperback is now on sale!!
High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic showed up on Best Books of 2017 lists on both coasts. Click below:
High Noon spent 3 weeks on the Los Angeles Times non-fiction bestseller list.
The Searchers: The Making of an American Legend was a finalist in the History category of the LA Times Book Awards.
Library Journal's Top 10 Books of 2013
Richard Wall Memorial Award for exceptional scholarship from the Theatre Library Association, New York, NY.