Celeste Ng Discusses Everything I Never Told You with Catherine Chung

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Thursday, July 10th, 2014 | 4,145 views

Celeste Ng reads from her new novel, Everything I never Told You, at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn

The Asian American Writers Workshop hosted Celeste Ng at Greenlight Bookstore to discuss her debut novel, Everything I Never Told You. She was joined by Catherine Chung, author of Forgotten Country (2012).

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Scott Cheshire Reads High As The Horses’ Bridle with Philipp Meyer

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Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 | 2,120 views

Scott Cheshire reads from High as the Horses Bridle at Powerhouse Arena in DUMBO

Scott Cheshire launched his debut novel High As The Horses Bridle at Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn. Cheshire serves as the interviews editor at Tottenville Review. He was joined in conversation by novelist Philipp Meyer, author of American Rust (2009) and The Son (2013).

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The Internet: Not Just for Porn

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Tuesday, July 1st, 2014 | 2,197 views

Melissa Adamo attempts to navigate the internet

My relationship with technology could be a romantic comedy—with blogs starring as that guy right under my nose, the guy who’s so perfect for me in his imperfection, so stellar with his boyish charm and manly good looks. Like any good romcom, let’s start with images of my past as the opening credits roll, so you can understand all future plot points:

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Kate Zambreno Relaunches Green Girl With Elissa Schappell

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Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 | 2,164 views

Kate Zambreno and Elissa Schappell discuss Green Girl at Powerhouse Arena in DUMBO Brooklyn

Kate Zambreno first published Green Girl three years ago through the small Emergency Press. She had the rare opportunity to revise the novel and relaunch the book to a wider audience through HarperCollins. The new edition is longer and includes an extra post-novel section as well as an original essay. She launched the new edition at Powerhouse Arena with Tin House co-founder and editor-at-large Elissa Schappell.

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Sean Michaels Launches Us Conductors With a Theremin

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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 | 2,208 views

Sean Michaels launches his debut novel, Us Conductors, at Greenlight bookstore in Brooklyn. The novel fictionalizes the development of the theremin, a real life weird instrument

Us Conductors, the debut novel by music critic Sean Michaels, launched at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn on Monday night. The novel tells a fictionalized story about the real life of inventor and musician Lev Termen. Termen invented the theremin, the magical musical instrument played without physically touching the device. Accompanying the launch was theremin expert Rob Schwimmer who performed renditions of Rachmaninoff to demonstrate the instrument’s sound.

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Tom Rachman Reads The Rise & Fall of Great Powers

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Friday, June 20th, 2014 | 2,283 views

Tom Rachman reads from his new novel, The Rise and Fall of Great Powers, at Greenlight bookstore in Brooklyn

Tom Rachman began his career as a journalist, but his true desire was always to write fiction. His debut novel, The Imperfectionists (2010), perhaps unsurprisingly, told the story of decline of a once great newspaper. The Rise & Fall of Great Powers shifts settings from a newspaper office to a bookstore, another cultural spaced threatened by modernity.Rachman read from the new novel at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn and discussed it with his Random House editor, Susan Kamil.

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Megan Abbott Launches The Fever

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Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 | 1,981 views

Megan Abbott reads her new novel, The Fever, at BookCourt in Brooklyn

Megan Abbott launched her latest novel, The Fever, at BookCourt in Brooklyn. The Fever follows the close-nit Nash family in a rural town afflicted by a mysterious illness infecting teenage girls.

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Boris Fishman reads A Replacement Life

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Friday, June 13th, 2014 | 2,646 views

Boris Fishman reads from his debut novel A Replacement Life at the Upper West Side Barnes and Noble in Manhattan

Boris Fishman’s A Replacement Life (June 2014) merges an immigrant narrative with a political caper as a group of eastern Europeans settling in New York City defraud the German government of holocaust reparations.

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