With “Brooklyn: The Once and Future City,” author and Brooklyn native Thomas Campanella has written the unqualified best and most thorough history of our city-turned-borough.
Call him amazing. Call him spectacular. Either way, Spider-Man finally has a book worthy of his rich history. After extensive research, Brooklynite Matt Singer has
In “PAIN,” on sale Nov. 5 from Other Press, Israeli writer Zeruya Shalev lays out the destructive power of infidelity and obsession in searing detail,
The Well-Read Black Girl Book Club is a Brooklyn-born club that has spread nationwide, created by and for black women who are passionate about books.
Think you’ve got what it takes to entertain a spooky story-loving crowd with a tall tale, song, rap or rhyme? Then visit the Center for
PEN America has a calendar packed with literary events in store for Brooklynites this weekend. Lit Crawl NYC is happening this Saturday at Cobble Hill
Three authors who specialize in books that inspire and empower children will take part in a panel at Books are Magic in Cobble Hill Sept.
The borough’s largest literary event is happening this weekend. The Brooklyn Book Fest will showcase nearly 300 authors, a lively Children’s Day, panel discussions and
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, three cartoonists with legions of online fans will take the stage at St. Francis College on Sunday to
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, a panel of philosophy-loving, Brooklyn-based braniacs will convene at the Barnes and Noble on Court Street to discuss
As part of the Brooklyn book festival, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Guernica magazine will present a panel of writers and journalists to discuss
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, Sci Fi authors Alice Sola Kim and Nur Nasreem Ibrahim will meet at the Asian Writers’ Workshop to
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, Pulitzer Prize finalist Susan Choi will take the stage with bestselling author Meg Wolitzer at St. Francis College
In collaboration with the Poetry Project, PEN America will present its 2019 Prison Writing Awards Anthology at St. Marks Church on Sept. 18. The evening
Doesn’t that just have a nice ring to it? If you’d like to get up early, get some exercise and celebrate Brooklyn’s most beloved poet
The Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair took over the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint this past weekend, overflowing the 60,000-square-foot venue with curators, book dealers, pulpy
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, fans of Brooklyn’s best-known poet and erstwhile Eagle editor Walt Whitman are invited to bring their flashlights, a
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, authors Nicole Dennis-Brown (“Patsy”), Casey Gerald (“There Will Be No Miracles Here”), and T Kira Madden (“Long Live
Akilah Hughes is a writer, comedian and YouTuber who’s worked for Comedy Central, HBO and Pod Save America. But the 30-year-old former Brooklyn resident knows
As part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, a panel of big-name writers will convene at Books are Magic in Cobble Hill to discuss their work.