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What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Picture purr-fect: ‘Felines of New York’ captures city kitties

Gowanus: These cats are getting their moment in the sunbeam! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Reason for the season-ings: Book from Do or Dine chef explains the laws of flavor

Crown Heights: Justin Warner, the inventive chef behind the beloved but recently-shuttered restaurant, has a new project: a cookbook. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Eagle-eyed librarians name the most Brooklyn books of the year

Park Slope: They’ve got the write stuff! Comments (1)

They’ve got it ‘Made’: New book celebrates Brooklyn’s culinary creators

DUMBO: Locavores have some new required reading! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Brooklyn’s type: Literary prize to crown ultimate Kings County book

Park Slope: Move over “homes and churches” — Brooklyn is the borough of books! Comments (1)

Let the write one in: The six authors on the short list

Meet the creators nominated for writing the most Brooklyn book! Comment
Cobble Hill: Call it a Southern Brooklyn Gothic. Comment
Gowanus: The only thing filthier than the Gowanus Canal are the tycoons who built it. Comments (2)

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

No kidding: TV writer pens serious young adult novel

DUMBO: He’s getting heavy. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Finally! Fodor’s releases travel guide to Brooklyn

Downtown: It is a guide to the only place that matters. Comments (3)
DUMBO: These musicians are booked up! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Romantic rivals: New book tracks Irish-Italian relations in New York

Bay Ridge: It has been a hate-love relationship. Comments (4)

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Bright-eyed and brush detailed: Insomniac artist paints comics about her life

Park Slope: It is the opposite of a dream diary. Comment

Bright-eyed and brush detailed: Insomniac artist paints comics about her life

Park Slope: It is the opposite of a dream diary. Comment

Good taste in books: Butcher writes recipes inspired by great literature

Fort Greene: She’s eating her words. Comments (2)

There it is again! New Bookmobile is back!

BoroBeat: We just can’t get enough of this Bookmobile! Comment

Teaches of peaches: Local food writer focuses on the summer fruit

Williamsburg: Going to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches? For that you need recipes! Comments (3)

Marriage material: Local author discusses attending 30 weddings

Cobble Hill: Weddings: fun-filled festivities or matrimonial misery? Comment

You ain’t zine nothin’ yet: Five publishers to catch

Williamsburg: They are leaving their imprint. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment
Greenpoint: Some hidden history is coming out. Comment

Get the scoop

DUMBO: New book blows the lid off artisan ice cream! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

The in-cider: Author talks home-brew cider

Greenpoint: She thinks that making cider in the house rules. Comment
BoroBeat: Holy literacy promotion, Batman! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Whiskey business: Bourbon-book author names his top Brooklyn bars

Greenpoint: He is giving it to us straight. Comments (1)

The best beach reads this summer

Brooklyn booksellers offer their top picks. Comment
Gowanus: Call me, Ishmael. Comments (2)
Park Slope: This writer wants you to put down the smart phone and pick up a ballpoint pen! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comments (1)
Photo Galleries: Bookish bikers and bikish bookers teamed up for the Brooklyn Public Library’s “Bike the Branches” event on May 9, riding to libraries in neighborhoods near and far across the borough in an attempt to see who could hit the most checkpoints, or just have a nice ride. Comments (1)

Almanac of awesome! Sloper writes guide to fascinating folks

DUMBO: He is fascinated by the fascinating. Comment

Under the covers: P’Slope author pens book about bedbugs

Boerum Hill: This book is not a horror novel, but it will strike fear into your heart. Comment

Bards to recite Coney-inspired poems on the Wonder Wheel

What an a-muse-ment park! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comments (1)

Snap chats! Meet your favorite local author in a F’Greene photobooth

Fort Greene: Author selfies are the new author signings. Comments (2)

Staple goods: Brooklyn Zine Fest draws thousands to B’Heights

Brooklyn Heights: They look good on paper. Comment

G’point author pens novel on squatters in ’90s Williamsburg

Fort Greene: It is a squat plot! Comments (1)

Writers celebrate the lost Bard of Bay Ridge

Clinton Hill: They’re turning over a new page on an old master. Comments (2)

Gil-ded pages: Sorrentino’s Ridge-centric literature

Familiarize yourself with Gilbert Sorrentino’s many meditations on Bay Ridge. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Fright fight! Stephen King vs. R.L. Stine

Both men have written books about evil clowns. Both men are coming to Brooklyn. Comments (14)

Writers to give marathon reading of pro-vaccination book in Dumbo

DUMBO: They are taking a jab at the vaccination debate. Comment

Read ’em and eat! Foodieodicals fest to celebrate food mags of all flavors

Williamsburg: Get ’em while they’re hot — and still in print! Comment

Read ’em and eat! Fest to celebrate food mags of all flavors

Williamsburg: Get ’em while they’re hot — and still in print! Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comments (1)

No filter: Red Hook Houses kids snap photos for new book

DUMBO: Take a look inside. Comment

‘Heather Has Two Mommies’ to be re-launched in Dumbo

DUMBO: Twenty-five years on, and Heather still has two mommies — but now they’re married. Comment

P’Height food writer offers modern twists on Passover staples

DUMBO: These aren’t your bubbe’s matzo balls. Comment

P’Height food writer offers modern twists on Passover staples

DUMBO: These aren’t your bubbe’s matzo balls. Comments (1)
Greenpoint: These guys really get to the point. Comments (4)

‘Heather Has Two Mommies’ to be re-launched in Dumbo

DUMBO: Twenty-five years on, and Heather still has two mommies — but now they’re married. Comments (2)

New novel details the horrors of apartment-hunting in Brooklyn

Fort Greene: This is a different kind of scary story. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

New novel details the horrors of apartment-hunting in Brooklyn

Fort Greene: This is a different kind of scary story. Comments (2)

Bensonhurst author describes leaving the Hasidim

Boerum Hill: This writer is in the spotlight, losing his religion. Comment

Bensonhurst author describes leaving the Hasidim

Boerum Hill: This writer is in the spotlight, losing his religion. Comments (2)

P’Slope writer rails against social media in new book

DUMBO: A Park Slope author has written a new book outlining what he sees as the potential perils of our collective addiction to social media. Comment

Slope writer rails against social media in new book

DUMBO: A Park Slope author has written a new book outlining what he sees as the potential perils of our collective addiction to social media — and he’s promoting it on Twitter. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

Mock meat! Comedians spoof Brooklyn restaurants in new book

DUMBO: Brooklyn’s hottest restaurant is Fuds. This place has everything... Comment

Mock meat! Comedians spoof Brooklyn restaurants in new book

DUMBO: Brooklyn’s hottest restaurant is Fuds. This place has everything... Comments (1)

Brooklyn author demystifies contemporary art

DUMBO: You don’t need an art degree to understand contemporary art — just this book. Comment

Brooklyn author demystifies contemporary art

DUMBO: You don’t need an art degree to understand contemporary art — just this book. Comment

Dead-ford Avenue! Murder mystery author sets new book in Williamsburg

Greenpoint: Mystery is afoot in Williamsburg. Comment

Dead-ford Avenue! Murder mystery author sets new book in Williamsburg

Greenpoint: Mystery is afoot in Williamsburg. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

What to read this week

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

Boerum Hill war vet finds critical acclaim with short story collection

Greenpoint: Not all war stories take place on the battlefield. Comment

Boerum Hill war vet finds critical acclaim with short story collection

Greenpoint: Not all war stories take place on the battlefield. Comment

Boerum Hill poet pens book about life in conflict zones

Boerum Hill: He is a different kind of war reporter. Comment

Boerum Hill poet pens book about life in conflict zones

Boerum Hill: He is a different kind of war reporter. Comment

East Flatbush artist to recount life in 1960s Selma

The cinema isn’t the only place to learn about Selma this Black History Month. Comment

East Flatbush artist to recount life in 1960s Selma

Sunset Park: The cinema isn’t the only place to learn about Selma this Black History Month. Comments (1)
DUMBO: Ain’t no party like a political party! Comment
DUMBO: Ain’t no party like a political party! Comments (1)

What to read this week

Neighborhood booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

What to read this week

Neighborhood booksellers give their top picks of new lit. Comment

Acclaimed Sunset Park author found inspiration at neighborhood mosque

Crown Heights: Sometimes to get the story, you have to sacrifice some soles. Comment

Acclaimed Sunset Park author found inspiration at neighborhood mosque

Crown Heights: Sometimes to get the story, you have to sacrifice some soles. Comments (1)

Oh my gods! F’Greene author schools kids on Greek mythology through comics

Fort Greene: This story time will be epic! Comment

Oh my gods! F’Greene author schools kids on Greek mythology through comics

Fort Greene: This story time will be epic! Comment

Purebred are bull s---: New book denounces purebreds

Boerum Hill: This should give you paws for thought. Comment

Bulldogs? Bull s---: New book denounces purebreds

Boerum Hill: This should give you paws for thought. Comment

Fool me twice! Slope duo pen children’s book on storied dessert

Park Slope: Talk about a sweet story! Comment

Fool me twice! Slope duo pen children’s book on storied dessert

Park Slope: Talk about a sweet story! Comment

New novel explores life between Brooklyn and Haiti

DUMBO: This is a very different tale of two cities. Comment

New novel explores life between Brooklyn and Haiti

DUMBO: This is a very different tale of two cities. Comment
Awesome: Deputy editor Nathan Tempey takes over arts desk duties to press arts editor Ruth Brown on her new book about coffee culture. Comments (6)
Awesome: Deputy editor Nathan Tempey takes over arts desk duties to press arts editor Ruth Brown on her new book about coffee culture. Comment

Truck yeah! P’Slope illustrator turns garbage trucks into superheroes

Boerum Hill: This guy loves talking trash! Comment

Truck yeah! P’Slope illustrator turns garbage trucks into superheroes

Boerum Hill: This guy loves talking trash! Comment

A special feature from our pals at NYU: Coney Island’s letters man

Here is the winner of a competition pitting students from New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute against one another to see who could write the best preview of a new book about Coney Island. Comment

What to read this week

Neighborhood booksellers give their top picks of new literature. Comment

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