The National Book Foundation announced the lineup for its spring season of NBF Presents, its series of public events spotlighting authors.

The new season kicks off on Feb. 8 with an event at the Association of Writers & Writing Programs conference in Kansas City, Missouri, featuring Susan Choi, the National Book Award-winning author of Trust Exercise, in conversation with Sarah Thankam Mathews (All This Could Be Different).

A week later, the NBF will partner with the Miami Book Fair and bookstore Books & Books for an event spotlighting four members of its latest class of 5 Under 35 writers: Mateo Askaripour, Chelsea T. Hicks, Jenny Xie, and Ada Zhang.

On Feb. 23, Amherst College in Massachusetts will host a reading featuring authors Justin Torres (Blackouts) and Paul Harding (This Other Eden). The NBF will sponsor two events at the Tucson Festival of Books in Arizona on March 10: one featuring authors Aaliyah Bilal, Vashti Harrison, and Hanna Pylvaïnen, and another with writers Jonathan Eig, Brandon Som, and John Vaillant.

The season will close on May 9 at an event in Brooklyn featuring the newest class of 5 Under 35 honorees, introduced by the authors who selected them for the program.

Ruth Dickey, the foundation’s director, said in a statement, “This spring season, we look forward to collaborating with our inspiring programming partners to ensure that writers and readers alike—in rural, suburban, and urban communities—are able to immerse themselves in, and build upon, the country’s vibrant book culture.”

A full list of events is available at the NBF website.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.