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Morningside Heights »

The bookstore's founder talks Columbia, the community and how his business has lasted for two decades.

Central Harlem »

Lectures, readings and exhibitions will highlight black culture and history in the United States.

Brooklyn Heights »

Some literary rock stars are coming to town for the September events.

Clinton Hill »

The 2016 Women of the World Poetry Slam kicks off Wednesday at Pratt Institute. 

Fort Greene »

The Eat, Drink & Be Literary series returns to Brooklyn Academy of Music on Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

This might just be the golden age of literary events in the neighborhood.

Crown Heights »

The popular literary group hopes to bring emerging writers to Manhattanville Coffee starting Jan. 26.

Crown Heights »

The new book is set at the Weeksville historic site in the summer of 1863, said author Zetta Elliott.

Fort Greene »

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

Corona »

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

Bed-Stuy »

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

Prospect Heights »

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

Kew Gardens »

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

Park Slope »

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