Events & Media

Upcoming

Reading at Punch Bucket Lit Inaugural Literary Festival. September, 20th & 21st, Asheville, NC

Reading at the Sewanee School of Letters. Wednesday, June 19, 4:30pm, Gailor Hall, Sewanee, TN


Past

Digital Events

The Big Rhetorical Podcast, Episode 154. Keywords: Creative Writing, Writing Program Administration, Twins, Plastic Surgery Cruises, Parenting. April 23, 2024

Live Events

Workshop for OLLI@UGA. A Discussion of Lindsey Harding’s Debut Novel, PILGRIMS 2.0: Comic Speculative Fiction About and Using AI. Tuesday, March 26, 11:30am. Athens, GA

Reading at AWP. Offsite reading with Acre and Dynamo Verlag. Thursday, February 8, 7–9pm, Barrel of the Bottoms, Kansas City, MO

Pilgrims 2.0 Book Launch

Event date: Wednesday, November 15, 2023 – 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Event Location: Ciné Lab
234 West Hancock Ave
Athens, GA 30601

Avid Bookshop invites the public to an author book launch event and book signing with local author Lindsey Harding in celebration of her book Pilgrims 2.0. There will be a signing after the reading.

For accessibility requests, contact events@avidbookshop.com. Please submit your request at least two weeks before the event.


Readings/Book Clubs

I’d love to share my debut novel with your community/book club/class/program/bookshop/etc.

Email me at lindsey.harding@gmail.com or lharding@uga.edu so we can plan a visit/reading/event!

Previous Book Clubs

Check out all the places where PILGRIMS 2.0 has been selected for a book club!

  • Jamestown, NY (upcoming!)
  • Greymouth, New Zealand
  • Normaltown, Athens, GA
  • Five Points, Athens, GA
  • Athens, GA
  • Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Athens, GA
  • Asheville, NC
  • Flagstaff, AZ

Workshops

I’m also available to lead workshops/seminars/retreats. Here’s a list of topics I’ve led sessions on already for folks at and beyond UGA:

  • Writing-intensive course design bootcamp
  • Using technology to support writing across the curriculum
  • Best practices for responding to student writing in the disciplines
  • Sustainable writing and productivity
  • Low-stakes writing across the disciplines
  • Writing pedagogy training for discipline-specific TAs
  • Public-writing initiatives

And if you have an idea for an event, don’t hesitate to reach out! Happy to brainstorm a session that will best support your faculty/graduate students/writers. Email me at lharding@uga.edu to start planning.