Katie Longofono and Miriam Nash Read Bluestockings

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Saturday, April 6th, 2013 | 2,115 views

Bluestockings hosted a double book release party for Katie Longofono’s chapbook The Angel of Sex and Miriam Nash’s Small Change. They brought with them poet Nina Bahadur, author of Every Single One and poet Lisa Marie Basile, author of Triste. Katie Longofono and Miriam Nash are both MFA candidates at Sarah Lawrence College. Katie Longofono’s […]

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Sam Lipsyte Reads BookCourt

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Wednesday, March 6th, 2013 | 1,820 views

I first read Sam Lipsyte’s novel, Home Land, at the recommendation of a friend. The sarcastic and irreverent story of a man writing out his thoughts to an alumni message board, its a combination of contemporary cultural critique and humorous contempt. Obviously, I immediately bought his next novell, The Ask. Both novels were supremely funny, […]

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John Kenney Reads Truth in Advertising at Greenlight Bookstore

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Thursday, January 24th, 2013 | 2,802 views

John Kenney reads from his new book Truth In Advertising at Greenlight Bookstore

John Kenney, a former advertising professional, debuted his new novel, Truth in Advertising at Greenlight Bookstore. He was joined by novelist Jami Attenberg, author of The Middlesteins. Kenney begins by joking that Attenberg, a seasoned novelist who has long participated in readings, suggested to him that it was customary to read from the novel of the host — a joke that sets the evening’s tone.

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Grant Ginder Reads Driver’s Education

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Friday, January 11th, 2013 | 2,234 views

Driver’s Education, the second novel by Grant Ginder, was released this week. He was joined at Powerhouse Books by David Lipsky for a launch party, reading, and conversation. Wildly entertaining and enthusiastic to have an audience, Ginder read a brief selection from his novel. Many of those present were his current or former students — […]

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Ben Schrank Reads McNally Jackson

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 | 2,268 views

Released today, Love Is a Canoe is a third novel by author Ben Schrank. His editor, Sarah Crichton, joined him at McNally Jackson books for a reading and conversation. New York Magazine suggested skipping the novel last week while the New York Times book review was flattering enough for Crichton to quote from it. The […]

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Ashley Prentice Norton Reads NYU Bookstore

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 | 2,092 views

Released in September, The Chocolate Money is the debut novel of Ashley Prentice Norton. A graduate of the NYU MFA program, the NYU Bookstore was a natural stop on the release reading circuit. The turnout for Norton’s reading was on the lighter side allowing for an intimate setting with the author. She began by discussing […]

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Poet Rebecca Dinerstein and Novelist Adam Wilson read The Strand

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Thursday, November 8th, 2012 | 4,223 views

Despite the heavy wet snow, the turnout at The Strand required staff to unfold extra seats. The main event was Rebecca Dinerstein’s book of poetry, Lofoten, a collection written above the arctic circle during a year living in Norway. Adam Wilson’s novel, Flatscreen, was released in February of this year. Wilson started off the event. […]

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Jami Attenberg Reads The Middlesteins

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Thursday, October 25th, 2012 | 2,304 views

The internet had generated so much buzz over Jami Attenberg’s newest novel, The Middlesteins, that when I suggested to a friend we should meet up there to hear her read, he scoffed that the place would be overrun and too crowded. But I still wanted to go, not just because of the internet chatter but […]

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