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
Month: October 2019
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,
From a massive farm atop a parking garage, to Olympic-sized skating rinks, to funky bars with stunning views, New York City’s rooftops have a lot
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.
A new graphic memoir from David Heatley, author of “My Brain is Hanging Upside Down,” explores the author’s ironic relationship to 12-Step programs, an interest
“Feast of the Seven Fishes” blends memoir, recipes and neighborhood history Bensonhurst-born home cook, photographer and graphic designer Daniel Paterna is dishing up more than
In “We’re Still Here,” new anthology of comics written, drawn and edited entirely by transgender creators, Tara Avery and Jeanne Thornton have compiled 55 stories
In a tightly-woven community on the shoreline of Russia’s Kamchatka peninsula, two young girls are missing. Their disappearance has ripple effects throughout the town, especially
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
In “The Remaking,” the latest work from Brooklyn-based horror writer Clay McCleod Chapman, Ella Louise is a shunned woman living in the woods outside of
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
If you aspire to be one of those hosts who makes preparing a mouthwatering meal for guests look totally effortless, a new cookbook from New
Ta-Nehisi Coates addressed his teenaged son in “Between the World and Me,” his 2015 book written in the form of a letter that explored his
Every aspiring painter, writer or musician knows that pursuing a career in the arts takes a level of bone-deep dedication that not every profession requires.
In “M Train” and “Just Kids,” rocker and writer Patti Smith wrote about her early adulthood spent hanging around New York City, playing in punk