BookCourt Bookstore - Brooklyn NY

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Events: Fiction and Nonfiction

Fiction + Nonfiction
Thu Apr 17, 7:00PM
Calliope Author Readings offers lovers of literature a rare opportunity to hear great 20th century American authors interpreting their own works.
Fiction
Fri Apr 18, 7:00PM
The Forward presents an evening with Liana Finck and Liza Donnelly in celebration of the release of A Bintel Brief.
BookCourt Kids
Sat Apr 19, 2:00PM
They’re darling. They’re daring. They know their shapes! They’re chicks on a mission—and on this, their first (mis)adventure, the Chicken Squad launches a galactic backyard expedition.
Fiction + Nonfiction
Sat Apr 19, 7:00PM
Elinor Lipman reads and discusses her two most recent works, The View from Penthouse B and I Can't Complain: (All Too) Personal Essays.
Reading Series
Mon Apr 21, 7:00PM
Come out for one of the best reading series in NYC!
Fiction
Tue Apr 22, 7:00PM
In this new novel, set in Memphis, Tennessee, and four months after the events of Don't Ever Get Old, eighty-eight-year-old Buck is reluctantly coming to terms with the fact that he can only move around with the aid of a walker, and his dementia seems to be getting worse.
Fiction
Wed Apr 23, 7:00PM
Summer in Red Hook, Brooklyn, an isolated blue-collar neighborhood where hipster gourmet supermarkets push against tired housing projects. Bored and listless, fifteen-year-old June and Val take a pink plastic raft out onto the bay.
Literary Journals
Thu Apr 24, 7:00PM
Join us for the release of Granta 127: Japan. Kimiko Hahn, Tao Lin, and Ruth Ozeki.
Fiction
Fri Apr 25, 7:00PM
Sometimes life's most fulfilling journeys begin without a map.
BookCourt Kids
Sat Apr 26, 2:00PM
This start of a new series is filled with summer treats, activities, and the spirit of friendship and invention that are Greenwald’s trademarks.
Reading Series
Sat Apr 26, 7:00PM
Since opening, the Writers Space has served over 700 writers by providing a professional, respectful, and quiet environment for writers. We welcome BWS to the shop each month to present readings by their talented members.
Fiction + Nonfiction
Mon Apr 28, 7:00PM
Even though she was just twenty-two when she died, Marina left behind a rich, expansive trove of prose that, like her title essay, captures the hope, uncertainty, and possibility of her generation.

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