Filled with visceral and engaging prose, this graphic novella offers a nostalgic look at two young misfits who manage to find belonging and heartbreak in each other’s friendship.
Book Launch: Old School Love by Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons and Justine Simmons in conversation with Charlamagne Tha God
OLD SCHOOL LOVE is a book to help you find the kind of soul-filling love you desire, written by a couple who has built a strong and joyful relationship amid the pressures, pitfalls, and temptations of the entertainment industry.
Following in the footsteps of spy fiction greats like Graham Green, John Le Carré, and Alan Furst, Paul Vidich’s THE COLDEST WARRIOR presents a tale—based on the unbelievable true story told in Netflix’s Wormwood—that doesn’t shy away from the true darkness in the shadows of espionage.
You must come to Powerhouse for the exciting launch of TWO new Ander Monson books from Graywolf Press. It will be unconventional, unprecedented, and unconditionally amazing.
Explore the creative possibilities of the artist’s most accessible tool! In PENCIL WORKSHOP, author and artist, Sasha Prood brings a sense of experimentation and fun to sketching with graphite, colored, and watercolor pencils.
$9 THERAPY proves that it’s possible to take self-care seriously without taking yourself too seriously and—more importantly—without emptying your bank account. The philosophy is simple: sometimes spending nine dollars on an act of self-care will make you a fraction happier.
From a powerful new voice in fiction comes HOME MAKING, a stunning debut novel about the intersection of three lives as they come to grips with identity, family legacy, and what it means to make a house a true home.
It’s New Year’s Eve 1982, and as the ball is about to drop and excited partygoers count down, Oona Lockhart is seconds away from turning nineteen years old. Only, when the clock strikes midnight, instead of going from eighteen to nineteen, Oona faints, and awakens in the future as her fifty-one year self. So begins Margarita Montimore’s daring, slyly heartbreaking, and whimsical novel, OONA OUT OF ORDER.
Celebrate the captivating life of Joni Mitchell, the world-famous songbird who used her music to ignite and inspire an entire generation, in this stunning picture book biography from award-winning author and illustrator Selina Alko.
Drawing inspiration from Otto Freundlich’s painting by the same name, Lance Olsen’s MY RED HEAVEN explores a complex moment in history: the rise of deadly populism at a time when everything seemed possible and the future unimaginable.
Mary South’s timely debut short-story collection YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN captures the intersection of fascination and frustration in contemporary technological life. Provocative and bitingly funny, South’s stories explore a double bind: how technology has generated new ways to control our relationships, as well as new ways to attempt to escape the incontrollable.
A life’s work of working for a living. Blood, death, and violence. Dirty dishes, dead roaches, and sparkler-lit nights. Nights ahead and no real fate. So open your mouths because the forecast calls for sprinkles. Thirteen delights, scooped and served. Let it melt down your hand. Let the sun burn your face. It’s the ice cream man, and other stories.
With DEMO, award-winning poet Charlie Smith moves through shades of darkness and light to capture a refracted view of a disturbed, disintegrating world. Smith’s new collection explores landscapes both natural and urban, probing the spaces where the two interact. Its narrator is at once wanderer and witness, living among streets where flowers are covered with dust, and smells of Mexican food and Chinese cooking fill the air.
In IF I HAD YOUR FACE, four women who all live in the same apartment building are trying to make their way in a world defined by impossibly high standards of beauty, secret room salons catering to wealthy men, strict social hierarchies, and K-pop fan mania.
THE GOLDEN FLEA is the magical story of Michael Rips’ ten-year obsession with the legendary Chelsea Flea Market and its intoxicating world of antiques that are both immensely valuable and utterly worthless. Join us for a fun event with the Brooklyn Flea just outside!
From the award-winning and acclaimed author of Kings of Broken Things, Theodore Wheeler comes an exploration of love lost, the failure of humanism, and the revelations of how deeply the US government spies on the personal lives of its citizens.