Yorkville resident Brittany Geragotelis wrote "Life's a Witch" and "What the Spell?"
Dozens flocked to True South Book Store in Bed-Stuy after the owner, Monroe Brown, was hospitalized.
The all-volunteer bookstore is set to open July 26 at its new West 165th Street location.
Xavier Society for the Blind has cut its staff and is selling its East 23rd Street property.
The Little Free Library, which opened Sunday in Bennett Park, is an honor-system book trading post.
Discover Brooklyn's next Jhumpa Lahiri or Jonathan Safran Foer at these eclectic readings.
Carmine Street Comics will share space with Unoppressive, Non-Imperialist Bargain Books.
A rare book fair returning to the Village on Saturday celebrates the printed page.
Donors contributed more than $60,000 to help reopen the Uptown book shop, which closed in August.
The 96th Street Library will close from January to July 2013.
BGSQD is creating community through selling books with a gay connection.
PowerHouse on 8th and Community Bookstore now feature roomy children's sections.
People took to Twitter to recommend books to read while New Yorkers ride out the storm.
The famed bookstore's lease on the Central Park book stalls is up for renewal.
Singularity & Co., a DUMBO bookstore, plans to save one lost sci-fi novel at a time.
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