Book Launch: How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having it All--And Then Some! with Reductress contributors Anna Drezen, Elizabeth Newell, & Sarah Pappalardo
Meet the writers of Reductress, the subversive, satirical women’s magazine for WOMEN. Learn how to win at feminism and many other bonus surprises!
Book Launch: Openings: A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York City 1970 – 1992 by Sabra Moore
Sabra Moore’s vividly illustrated memoir chronicles twenty-two years of her life, art, and collaboration with other women artists at the center of New York City’s “second feminist wave.”
Philip K. Dick Award winning author Meg Elison brings readers a revised edition of her dystopian novel The Book of the Unnamed Midwife this fall.
Book Launch: So Buttons: Man of, Like, a Dozen Faces by Jonathan Baylis with moderator Ophira Eisenberg
Comic auteur Jonathan Baylis celebrates the launch of his book So Buttons: Man of, Like, a Dozen Faces. In the tradition of Harvey Pekar, this graphic novel is a raw, funny, and fascinating account of personal stories.
This fully illustrated ultimate celebration of female friendship is a gift, a thank-you note, and a love letter all in one.
A collection of 100 quintessential German recipes for sweets and breads from the creator of The Wednesday Chef blog and author of the memoir, My Berlin Kitchen, just in time for the holidays!
The importance of storytelling is uncovered in this classic collection of essays and poems as the debut author explores the themes of mental health, depression, suicide, and finding the ability to heal through it all.
Cookbook Launch: The British Table: A New Look at the Traditional Cooking of England, Scotland, and Wales by Colman Andrews
A look at the traditional and delicious British cuisine by James Bear Award winner Colman Andrews!
Read any history of New York City and you will read about men. The Women Who Made New York aims to tell the full story, of the women whose vital contributions helped make New York the cultural epicenter of the world.
Meet the man behind the Instagram sensation, SymmetryBreakfast at the launch of his new cookbook!
In New York City’s bars, bedrooms, and elsewhere, Mila Jaroniec evokes the lives of queer underground angels, their deep friendships, their passions and their struggles.
Richard McGuire compiles a decade’s worth of witty and inventive spots from his work in The New Yorker, as a sequential text.
Book Launch: Love Voltaire Us Apart: A Philosopher's Guide to Relationships by Julia Edelman, moderator Lane Moore
Have you always wondered what famous philosopher’s would have to say about modern relationships? Find out from this smart, witty, illustrated guide to love, relationships, and philosophy.
Join us for a fun drawing presentation and demo from artist Jennifer Orkin Lewis. Her new guided sketchbook is full of prompts for encouraging creativity each and every day of the year.
Richard Sandler captures the blended beauty and decay of city life as only his eyes could capture it in this gorgeous photography collection.