50% store capacity, and browsing for 10-15 minutes.
Please practice social distancing, and supervise your kids – no sitting or reading.
Limit touching books as much as possible – our staff can help you out if you need!
1111 8th Av. Brooklyn, NY 11215 – Seven days a week from 11-6pm
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28 Adams St. Brooklyn, NY 11201 – Seven days a week from 10-7pm
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Industry City (new location)
220 36th St., Building #2, Brooklyn, NY 11232 – Seven days a week from 10-6pm
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—Daniel & Susanne & Chris & Megan & Nick & Brittany
TOMORROW: Lauren Oyler and Sheila Heti!
Tomorrow we are very proud to be hosting the latest virtual stop for Lauren Oyler and her bestselling debut novel Fake Accounts, this time with a very special guest, Sheila Heti! This will be a very special event from two major writers – you won’t want to miss it.
Don’t forget that you can pre-order any upcoming book from us! We’ll have signed copies of the new Ishiguro and the new Nguyen, as well as great titles from Murakami, and of course the already-bestselling inaugural poem by Amanda Gorman coming March 16th, that you canbuy from POWERHOUSE now!
Any upcoming book bought from our webstore with a “Pre-Order Now” button can be bought and we’ll have it ready for you as soon as it comes out!
We also have our Spring Middle Grade Lit Camp coming up – check it out here!
Check out these great new books (and classic love books) from our three stores, including books like the debut novel from Patricia Lockwood, the wildly acclaimed debut from Robert Jones, Jr., the buzzy new book from Melissa Broder, the surprise hit novel by Torrey Peters, rediscovered novellas from Roberto Bolaño, nonfiction from Suleika Jaouad, environmentalism from Elizabeth Kolbert, the must-read memoir from Cicely Tyson, environmentalism from Bill Gates and more great European fiction from Dorthe Nors!
We are now OPEN seven days a week in our THREE stores – bring your mask and wallet and get ready to shop and support your local indie bookstore!
1111 8th Av.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Seven days a week from 11-6pm
Email email@example.com for recommendations and special orders.
28 Adams St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Seven days a week from 10-7pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for recommendations and special orders.
Industry City 220 36th St., Building #2 Brooklyn, NY 11232 Seven days a week from 10-6pm Email email@example.com for recommendations and special orders.
– Susanne & Chris & Megan & Nick & Brittany
Upcoming Virtual Book Launches!
Book Launch: Fake Accounts by Lauren Oyler in conversation with Sheila Heti
Wednesday, February 24, 7-8PM“This novel made me want to retire from contemporary reality. I loved it.” —Zadie SmithA woman in a tailspin discovers that her boyfriend is an anonymous online conspiracy theorist in this “incisive” and “funny” debut novel that “brilliantly captures the claustrophobia of lives led online and personae tested in the real world” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).Register here Buy the book
Virtual Book Launch: Abundance by Jakob Guanzon in conversation with Mina Hamedi
Tuesday, March 2, 7-8PM
Set in the fluorescent aisles of Walmart and the booths of Red Lobster, in discount motels and trucks, Jakob Guanzon’s debut novel Abundance reveals the inequities and anxieties around work, debt, addiction, incarceration, and health care in America today. Henry and his son, Junior, are down to their last few dollars and living in their truck, only six months after being evicted. But there is still some hope: today is Junior’s birthday, and Henry has a job interview tomorrow
Virtual Book Launch: Creative Types by Tom Bissell in conversation with Adrienne Miller
Tuesday, March 23, 7-8PM
Tom Bissell vividly renders the complex worlds of characters on the brink of artistic and personal crisis–writers, actors, and other creative types who see things slightly differently from the rest of us. Surreal, poignant, squirmingly awkward–and always just a little bit off–this collection is a brilliant new offering from one of the most versatile and talented writers in America today.
I read this because I heard Roberto Bolaño was a character in it, and then remembered him writing about it favorably, and put two and two together – it is a book unavoidably in the Bolañoverse, almost completely contained by it. But the book is Cercas’, one Bolaño never could write, not about the historical fascist writer during the Spanish Civil War but the soldier who doesn’t kill the fascist writer, or maybe was just near the fascist writer, using Bolaño’s methods of sparkling hyper-fictionalized real life to slingshot beyond, into humanity just beyond the reach of words.
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In The Dream House
by Carmen Maria Machado
When Carmen Maria Machado was in grad school, she was in a same-sex abusive relationship that left her struggling to regain her sense of safety and herself. After years of searching for the words to tell the story, Machado has bravely written a powerful and inventive memoir that explores her experience through narrative themes including horror tropes, “choose your own adventure” style page skipping, and fantasy elements. Infused with research on what it means to be a queer abuse survivor, Machado’s memoir is a must-read.
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by Richard Powers
This powerful and swirling novel attempts to explore and solidify our connections to the natural world, and more specifically trees. Told through the perspectives of characters from disparate backgrounds, their stories converge to become a poetic and harrowing portrait of humankind’s effect on the earth and a group of people trying to save it. It is more a call to action than a narrative and Powers’ dynamic and lyric prose sets a compassionate yet fierce tone. This is a powerful novel which will make you question your relationship to our dying world and if there’s any way to stop it.
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