You Blew It! hilariously examines social, cultural and work-related faux pas, and how we are doomed to repeat these missteps.
National Book Award-winning author Colum McCann presents his first collection of short fiction in more than a decade in which he charts the territory of chance, and the profound and intimate consequences of even our smallest moments.
Book Launch: The Laws of Cooking…And How to Break Them by Justin Warner in conversation with Chris Stang
This all-star chef explains his unique ideas about “flavor theory” and demonstrates his philosophy in 110 inventive recipes.
Book Launch: Poorly Drawn Lines: Good Ideas and Amazing Stories by Reza Farazmand in conversation with Alyssa Bereznak
This eponymous collection brings together fan favorites with new comics and original essays to share Farazmand’s take on love, nature, and robots.
Joint Book Launch: My Brooklyn Writer Friend by Greg Gerke & True False by Miles Klee In conversation with Brian Mihok
Two fresh voices team up to launch two their new short fiction collections, which are filled with succinct yet haunting pieces.
If the Raindrops United is a collection of hilarious and surprisingly profound drawings that show a new side to this acclaimed comedian’s zany and praised comedy.
Book Launch: You Don’t Have to Like Me: Essays on Growing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding Feminism by Alida Nugent
The author of Don’t Worry, It Gets Worse takes on the F-word: feminism, and skewers a range of cultural issues in her new book.
Interviews with more than 25 female chefs in New York reveal insights into some of the city’s top culinary talent, and pages of mouthwatering images will inspire readers to try these exclusive recipes!
Book Launch: Made in Brooklyn: An Essential Guide to the Borough’s Artisanal Food & Drink Makers by Susanne König, Melissa Schreiber Vaughan and Heather Weston in conversation with Gaia DiLoreto
With over 1100 original photographs and 110 profiles of local Brooklyn artisans, readers will get an in depth view of food, drink, and more in this trailblazing borough.
You’re the Best is the perfect thank-you note to our female friends and the ideal reminder that it’s our friends who get us up, get us going, get us through and, most importantly, make us laugh.
Food Whore has all the ingredients of a tasty read: with restaurants modeled after real-life New York City hot-spots and steamy scenes in and out of the kitchen, Food Whore appeals to anyone who’s ever had a dream and the appetite to get there.
This celebrated Wall Street Journal columnists first book Gay provides witty and wise advice on the Big Questions.
Now for the first time, in a memoir at once fascinating, hilarious, and profound, Wilson chronicles his journey from drama geek, to his career-defining role as Dwight Schrute on The Office, and beyond.
With the publication of this book, Capote’s words and Attie’s photographs, commissioned to accompany the 1958 essay, are united for the first time.The evening will include remarks by David Attie’s son Eli Attie and actor Mary Louise Parker will read from Truman Capote’s essay about life in Brooklyn Heights.
Through analyzing over a decade of NY Times front-page war photographs, Shields forces us to face not only the media’s complicity in dubious and catastrophic military campaigns but our own as well.
Talking her way into any cooking job she could get, a self-taught and self-made Rossi ended up owning one of the most sought-after catering companies in the city. The Raging Skillet is one woman’s story of cooking her way through some of life’s biggest challenges, in New York City’s most unlikely kitchens.
Teleportation tore them apart. His madness and devotion will put the pieces back together.
“Occupy’s greatest artist” (Rolling Stone) presents illustrations that chronicle the first fifteen years of our fractious twenty-first century with a new form of witness journalism.
In seven stories and a novella, Hamilton takes on NYC gentrification and the clash of cultures that ensues, as his characters are forced to confront their own obsolescence in the face of a rapidly surging capitalist juggernaut.
Pop Culture and sci-fi guru Ryan Britt takes readers on a journey to explore the answers to geeky questions you never thought to ask.
This book is an invitation to witness the transition of video games from artifacts of technology into what may be the defining form of cultural expression of our time.
Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind by Scott Barry Kaufman and Carolyn Gregoire
Combining the latest scientific research with case studies of artists and innovators throughout history, this book shines a light on the practices and habits of mind that promote creative thinking.