New York Public Library – NYC

NYPL - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, New York, NY, United States

Gurba shines a light on creepy cultures and the systems of oppression that shape women’s lives. Myriam Gurba in conversation with Julianne Escobedo Shepherd. A creep can be a singular

Greedy Reads – Remington Store- Baltimore

Greedy Reads Remingto 320 W 29th St, Baltimore, MD, United States

Myriam Gurba joins us at Greedy Reads in Remington for the release of her new essay collection Creep. Myriam will be in conversation with Baltimore author Jeannie Vanasco.

Wooden Shoe Books – Philadelphia

Wooden Shoe Books 704 South Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Creep: Myriam Gurba in Conversation with Sheila Quintana Aguilar In Creep, her new essay collection, Myriam Gurba takes a deep dive into the dark recesses of the toxic traditions that

Politics and Prose – Washington DC

Politics and Prose 5015 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States

In conversation with Lupita Aquino. In-person reading, discussion, audience Q&A and book-signing. Creep is Myriam Gurba's informal sociology of creeps, a deep dive into the dark recesses of the toxic traditions

Powell’s City of Books – Portland

Powell's City of Books 1005 W Burnside St, Portland, OR, United States

In-person reading, discussion, Audience Q&A and book-signing with Myriam Gurba at Powell's City of Books in Portland, Oregon

Third Place Books – Seattle

Third Place Books 6504 20th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States

Third Place Books is thrilled to welcome artist and activist Myriam Gurba in conversation by queer icon and activist Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore. Gurba will be discussing her new book, Creep: Accusations and Confessions, a ruthless and razor-sharp essay collection. Creep is Gurba’s informal sociology of creeps, a deep dive into the dark recesses of the toxic traditions that plague the United States and create the abusers who haunt our books, schools, and homes.

The Writers Block – Las Vegas

The Writers Block 519 6th Street, Ste.100, Las Vegas, NV, United States

MYRIAM GURBA, AUTHOR OF CREEP & MEAN, IN CONVERSATION WITH ROBERTO LOVATO A creep can be a singular figure, a villain who makes things go bump in the night. Yet

City Lights – San Francisco

City Lights Bookstore 261 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

Myriam Gurba reads from Creep: Accusations and Confessions This event will be held in the Poetry Room. It will also be broadcast on zoom. To experience the virtual part of

Diesel – Santa Monica

Diesel: A Book Store 225 26th St, Suite 33, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Myriam Gurba discusses and signs "Creep: Accusations and Confessions". Join us on Thursday September 21st at 6:30 pm as we welcome Myriam Gurba to the store to discuss and sign

Charis Books – In conversation w/ Randa Jarrar – virtual event

Charis welcomes Myriam Gurba in conversation with Randa Jarrar for a discussion of Creep: Accusations and Confessions, a ruthless and razor-sharp essay collection that tackles the pervasive, creeping oppression and toxicity that has wormed its way into society—in our books, schools, and homes, as well as the systems that perpetuate them—from the acclaimed author of Mean, and one of our fiercest, foremost explorers of intersectional Latinx identity. 

Octavia’s Bookshelf – Pasadena

Octavia's Bookshelf 1361 N. Hill Ave, Pasadena, United States

Myriam Gurba in conversation with Carribean Fragoza, author of Eat the Mouth That Feeds You, at Octavia's Bookshop in Pasadena.

Page Against the Machine – Long Beach

Page Against the Machine 2714 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, United States

In conversation with Christopher Soto at Page Against the Machine. Audience questions will be written down and collected by the bookseller on hand, for Chris to pose to Myriam at the end of the discussion.

Mercadito Literario

Long Beach Public Library Billie Jean King Main Library, 200 W Broadway, Long Beach, CA, United States

Celebrate Latinx voices in literature with author, illustrator, and poetry talks for all ages, speaker and activist Isa Noyola, author Myriam Gurba, Melissa Mariachi Los Sánchez, and the Latin Drag

Creeps, Connections, & Cultural Criticism: San Antonio Book Fair

Latino Collection Resouce Center Central Library, 1st Floor, 600 Soledad St, San Antonio, TX, United States

The essays in Creep: Accusations and Confessions tackle the pervasive, creeping oppression and toxicity that has wormed its way into society—in our books, schools, and homes, as well as the systems that

Cuesta College - Harold J Miossi Cultural & Performing Arts Center Cuesta College, CA-1, San Luis Obispo, CA, United States

SAN LUIS OBISPO – Cuesta College is thrilled to announce the return of Book of the Year events with celebrated queer Latinx author, poet, and artist Myriam Gurba. A Santa Maria