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FIT FOR PRINT Journalist Edward Kosner reads from his memoir “It’s News To Me: The Making and Unmaking of an Editor (Thunder’s Mouth),” which charts his rise to the helm of publications including Newsweek and Esquire magazines from college publications. Tonight, 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble, 1972 Broadway at 66th Street, 212-595-6859, free.

FISH TALE Amy Tan reads from her novel “Saving Fish From Drowning (Random House),” about 11 American tourists who are stranded in Burma. Tonight, 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble, 33 E. 17th St., between Broadway and Park Avenue, 212-253-0810, free.

BL ACK GIRL LOST Eisa Nefetari Ulen reads from her novel “Chrystelle Mourning” (Simon & Schuster), about a successful young professional who heals old wounds by revisiting her rough West Philadelphia neighborhood. Tonight, 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble, 106 Court St., between Schermerhorn and State streets, Brooklyn, 718-246-4996, free.

FIRST LADIES Anne Roiphe reads from her novel “Water From the Well: Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, and Leah” (Morrow), about the lives of the four biblical matriarchs. Tomorrow, 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble, 240 E. 86th St. at Second Avenue, 212-794-1962, free.

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