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Fort Greene »

Center for Fiction Heads to Brooklyn After Nearly 2 Centuries in Manhattan

The Center for Fiction is moving into the BAM North II building, aka EyeBAM, in Fort Greene.

Corona »

Search Begins for Queens' Next Poet Laureate

Published poets who live in and write about Queens are encouraged to apply by April 24.

Bed-Stuy »

Writers Workshop Offers Literary Outlet for Bed-Stuy Residents

Stuyvesant Writing Workshop caters to working professionals and aspiring authors in Bed-Stuy. 

Prospect Heights »

B.Y.O.B. Poetry Series in Prospect Heights Seeks Submissions

"Readings in Color" will invite budding poets to bring stanzas — and wine — to a monthly performance.

Kew Gardens »

Literary Series Highlights Kew Gardens' Female Writers

The REZ Reading Series' next event is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. in Kew Gardens.

Park Slope »

Find Out What Your Old or Rare Books Are Worth at Park Slope Shop

Heather O'Donnell, a rare-book dealer, will offer a free appraisal of books on May 7 in Park Slope.

Upper East Side »

The Writing Room Pays Homage to Elaine's at Storied UES Address

The Writing Room opened Wednesday night, two years after Elaine's closed for good at the location.

Richmond Hill »

New Reading Series Coming to Richmond Hill Library

The group was started by the founder of the popular reading series at Odradeks Coffee House.

Astoria »

New Indie Astoria Bookshop Starting Monthly Book Club

The store, which opened last week, will begin hosting a monthly book club and other literary events.

Upper East Side »

Menstrual Poetry Slam to Be Held Next Month at Upper East Side College

The reading will be part of a menstruation conference at Marymount Manhattan College.

New York City »

Literary Brooklyn's Best Venues for Emerging Writers

Discover Brooklyn's next Jhumpa Lahiri or Jonathan Safran Foer at these eclectic readings.

Lower East Side »

Manhattan's Only LGBT Bookstore Fighting for Permanent LES Space

BGSQD is creating community through selling books with a gay connection. 

Park Slope »

Park Slope Bookstores Cater to Pint-Size Readers

PowerHouse on 8th and Community Bookstore now feature roomy children's sections.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Who's the Book Boss? Tony Danza to Appear at Brooklyn Book Festival

Actor Tony Danza will appear with literary giants like Joyce Carol Oates and Paul Auster at the event.

East Village »

'Naked Girls Reading' Binds Books with Bods in East Village

The nude reading series took on "Myths & Legends" at the Under St. Mark's theater.