The city's reading tastes range from Japanese Manga comics to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
The New Inquiry and other online publications are hosting the first night of literary gatherings.
Actor Tony Danza will appear with literary giants like Joyce Carol Oates and Paul Auster at the event.
Total Equity Now wants Harlem residents to carry a book outside their bag the first day of each month.
Avoid the pitfalls of packing all of your worldly belongings with DNAinfo.com New York's guide.
The nude reading series took on "Myths & Legends" at the Under St. Mark's theater.
Local booksellers are betting readers will line up for the gossipy "Motherland" by Amy Sohn.
Patti Smith reads from her book Woolgathering Monday night in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Waldo turns 25 this year and Fort Greene celebrated his birthday with a neighborhood scavenger hunt.
McCarren and other parks are about to be packed with mainly free events.
The longtime bookshop is looking for a smaller space in the East Village.
Lost Weekend on Orchard Street is launching a monthly list of books for the Lower East Side man.
The Queens Library is facing the prospect of losing $26.7 million in budget funding in fiscal year 2013.
Sixth Precinct officers confiscated three van-loads full of books about a month ago.
Jeffrey Eugenides and dozens of other well-known writers will appear at The New School this week.
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