September 13, 2022

Book Events and Appearances

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January 26: Zara Stone in conversation with Elena Bowes as part of Columbia University’s Book Talk programming.

January 21: Zara Stone in conversation with author Ariel Henley, discussing themes of identity and about the themes of identity and disfigurement in popular culture at Green Apple Books.

February 4: Zara Stone is a guest on New Arrivals, a Pocket Sized Book, hosted by Lisa Morehouse on KALW radio. Listen to the episode here.

February 10: Zara Stone is a guest on ABC Radio Late Night Live segment, hosted by Phillip Adams. Listen to the episode here.

February 9: Excerpt of Killer Looks in Aesthetic Medical Practitioner, in Australia.

March/April issue: Zara explores the legacy of prison plastic surgery programs in Mother Jones Magazine.

May 9: Killer Looks is reviewed by Hippocampus Magazine. Read it here.

April 12: Zara Stone is a guest on The Deep Cover Show, hosted by Damien Dynan. Listen to the episode here.

May 10: Zara Stone is a guest on The Book Break, hosted by Melissa Dalton Martinez. Watch the episode here.

October 14: Virtual talk about the Rikers Island Plastic Surgery Experiment at the Fall For The Book literary festival based in Fairfax, VA. Register here.

October 17: Zara Stone in-conversation with Leslie Absher, author of Spy Daughter, Queer Girl at Fabulosa Books in the Castro, San Francisco. Join us for Leslie’s book launch!

November 12: As part of San Francisco Public Library’s One City One Book: San Francisco Reads programming, Zara Stone, in conversation with Joe Loya, discuss  Killer Looks: The Forgotten History Of Plastic Surgery In Prisons. More here.

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November 14: Book Talk at Stanford University. Held in Ng House Lounge, 7pm as part of the Stanford University Humanities Programming.

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