BookCourt Bookstore - Brooklyn NY

Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson will be here at 8pm Tuesday, September 16th

Join the acclaimed critic and author of Bad Feminist — Sunday, September 21st at 7pm.

New Directions and Other Press present The Art of Translation — Wednesday, September 17th.

In-Store Events

Small Press Night

Wed Sep 17, 7:00PM

Acclaimed translators from the Chinese, Chloe Garcia Roberts, Portuguese, Kim M. Hastings, and...

Rachel DeWoskin

Thu Sep 18, 7:00PM


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Lisa Howorth

Fri Sep 19, 7:00PM

With a flamboyant cast, splendid dark humor, a potent sense of history, and a shocking true...

Atlas Review

Sat Sep 20, 7:00PM


About the Atlas Review:

The Atlas Review...

Gotham Writers Workshop

Sun Sep 21, 2:00PM

Gotham Writers’ Workshop gives a free one hour class on children's book writing.

Roxane Gay

Sun Sep 21, 7:00PM

One of our most indispensable writers . . . on everything that matters.

Wed Sep 17, 7:00PM

Thu Sep 18, 7:00PM

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Sun Sep 21, 7:00PM

Night Circus
The Night Circus
Erin Morgenstern
“ Undeniable fluff, but a fun story with cool magic imagery and a weird twist ending. Devourable in an afternoon or two. ”
Sarah
Orlando
Virginia Wollff
“ Ever wonder what a biography would be like if the author disregarded things... ”
Sharya
It's back to school this month. In honor of teachers everywhere we're highlighting some great books on teaching and the state of our school system.
Building a Better Teacher
Elena Ferrante is one of the most elusive writers alive today. Best known for her Neapolitan Trilogy which includes My Brilliant Friend, The Story of a New Name, and Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, she has remained anonymous to both her fans and to the press. Her work, however, reveals a penetrating and articulate vision of the way people interact.
Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay
Founded in 1995 in New York City and named for the seven authors who committed to a home with a fiercely independent spirit, Seven Stories Press publishes works of the imagination and political titles by voices of conscience. While most widely known for its books on politics, human rights, and social and economic justice, Seven Stories continues to champion literature, with a list encompassing both innovative debut novels and National Book Award–winning poetry collections, as well as prose and poetry translations from the French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Italian, Greek, Polish, Korean, Vietnamese, Russian, and Arabic.
The Man with the Golden Arm
Blood Child
If This Isn't Nice What Is?
Autobiography of Blue-Eyed Devil