From comedian Ginny Hogan, this laugh-out-loud collection of humor observations explores all the ups and downs of modern romance.
The narrator of The Longcut is an artist who doesn’t know what her art is. As she gets lost on her way to a meeting in an art gallery, walking around in circles in a city she knows perfectly well, she finds herself endlessly sidetracked and distracted by the question of what her work is and how she’ll know it when she sees it.
Join longtime contributor to the New York Times Magazine Jon Mooallem for the launch of his collection of essays exploring the vulnerability of human imperfection behind every Serious Face.
For readers of David Wong, Paul Beatty, and George Saunders, an electrifying and wholly original collection of satirical stories that create a bitingly funny portrait of American racism, capitalism, and politics.
Beloved food writer and social media star Andy Baraghani helps you define and develop your personal cooking style—and become the cook you want to be—in more than 100 recipes.
In the tradition of Station Eleven, Severance and The Dog Stars, a beautifully written and emotionally stirring dystopian novel about how our dreams of the future may shift as our environment changes rapidly, even as the earth continues to spin.
An arresting and emotional memoir about a family’s indoctrination into a religious cult, a daughter coming to terms with a parent’s devastating choices, and the trials ahead in post-9/11 New York.
Three writers read from their new novels which explore, in various and arresting forms, precarity and disorienting change in 21st century New York.
Explore the artistry of Japanese tea from cultivation to cup in this comprehensive illustrated guide to the tea industry that includes the Japanese growers, their craft of tea making, and how the tradition of tea has had an influence on cuisine, art, and health.
Eliot appears to be living the dream as a successful TV writer with a doting boyfriend. But behind his Instagram filter of a life, he’s grappling with an intensifying alcohol addiction, a an obsession with sex workers, and overwhelming insecurity.
A lively afternoon talking about the joys of food and beer pairings, with stories of the American brewing industry, an exploration of flavors, and free beer samples.
Founded in Brooklyn in 2002 by novelist Julia Fierro, Sackett Street Writers is now a creative home to more than 10,000 writers in NYC and worldwide.
There will be drinks, cake and book signings by featured alumni authors with recently released books.
POWERHOUSE’S Middle Grade Lit Camp is back for the Summer!
From author Kayla Maiuri, a debut novel about family secrets and a volatile relationship between a mother and her daughters.
Fall Lit Camp “Class Act” w/ Jerry Craft