BookCourt Bookstore - Brooklyn NY

Tao Lin, Ruth Ozeki, and Kimiko Hahn celebrate the new issue of Granta.

Stories from the Iraq War. Phil Klay reads from his dynamic debut story collection.

Anne Fadiman hosts a night of readings in honor of Marina Keegan's life and work.

In-Store Events

Doreen Cronin

Sat Apr 19, 2:00PM

They’re darling. They’re daring. They know their shapes! They’re chicks on a mission—and on...

Elinor Lipman

Sat Apr 19, 7:00PM

Elinor Lipman reads and discusses her two most recent works, The View from Penthouse B and I...

Come out for one of the best reading series in NYC!

Daniel Friedman

Tue Apr 22, 7:00PM

In this new novel, set in Memphis, Tennessee, and four months after the events of Don't Ever...

Ivy Pochoda

Wed Apr 23, 7:00PM

Summer in Red Hook, Brooklyn, an isolated blue-collar neighborhood where hipster gourmet...

Granta 127: Japan

Thu Apr 24, 7:00PM

Join us for the release of Granta 127: Japan. Kimiko Hahn, Tao Lin, and Ruth Ozeki.

Sat Apr 19, 2:00PM

Sat Apr 19, 7:00PM

Tue Apr 22, 7:00PM

Wed Apr 23, 7:00PM

Thu Apr 24, 7:00PM

Days in the History of Silence
Merethe Lindstrom
“ ...explores what happens when we avoid life’s most difficult conversations. ”
Sophie
“ Edited by Greil Marcus, this book is the perfect companion to Nick Kent's Dark Stuff. ”
Glenn
Joshua Shannon
$50.00    $20.00
Augustus F. Sherman:
$29.95    $15.00
Steve Schaecher
$17.95    $9.00
Lourdes Grobet
$39.95    $19.95
Acknowledging the first ever National Poetry Month on April 1, 1996, President Bill Clinton announced, "National Poetry Month offers us a welcome opportunity to celebrate not only the unsurpassed body of literature produced by our poets in the past, but also the vitality and diversity of voices reflected in the works of today's American poetry….Their creativity and wealth of language enrich our culture and inspire a new generation of Americans to learn the power of reading and writing at its best." Stop in and check out our selection of great American poets.
Metaphysical Dog
Incarnadine
Stag's Leap
Simon Schama is University Professor of Art History and History at Columbia University; a bestselling, prize-winning author and broadcaster; and an art critic and cultural essayist for The New Yorker whose writing has also appeared regularly in The New Republic, The Guardian, and The New York Review of Books.
Citizens
The Story of the Jews
Scribble, Scribble, Scribble
The Embarrassment of Riches

Guerilla Books believes real books have a purpose: to help etch stories into human memory. Beyond a superficial level, into our unconscious, to a still uncodified realm in which every story - The Great Story - is constantly being born.

Carnival of the Flesh
The Absent Lord
The President, the Terrorist and the Torturer
The Absent Lord