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  • Address:

    BookCourt 163 Court St
    Cobble Hill
    Brooklyn
    11201

  • Cross Street:

    between Dean and Pacific Sts

  • Venue phone:

    718-875-3677

  • Venue website:

    bookcourt.com

  • Opening hours:

    Mon–Sat 9am–10pm, Sun 10am–9pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: F, G to Bergen St; R to Court St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall

  • Map

    1. BookCourt
      • 163 Court St
        Cobble Hill
        Brooklyn
        11201
      • 718-875-3677
      • bookcourt.com
      • 40.688603,-73.992503

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Meghan Daum in Conversation

Nonfiction, Literature

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Dissent Magazine

Fiction, Nonfiction, Short stories, Literature

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Calling all leftists: Your pinnacle quarterly magazine Dissent presents a night of story sharing, with recent contributors and the publication’s editors reading from their favorite politically charged fiction.

Gotham Writers’ Workshop

Classes, Fiction

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Daphne Merkin

Nonfiction, Literature

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For the essay lovers out there, Merkin's new book is one of the year’s highlights. The Fame Lunches collects the New Yorker columnist and critic's pieces on faded icons and famous writers, and the author sits down with journalist Katie Roiphe to chat...

Vahram Muratyan: About Time

Memoir, Nonfiction

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In his charming best-selling book, Paris Versus New York, Muratyan illustrated an impossible-to-judge battle between two of the world's greatest cities. Now in a colorful visual memoir, About Time, he takes inspiration from his own travels to meditate...

Sackett Street Writers' Workshop Reading

Memoir, Short stories, Literature, Poetry

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Sonia Taitz: Down Under

Fiction

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If Romeo and Juliet were a star-crossed Catholic teen and Jewish girl who reconnect after 20 or so years, well, then Shakespeare’s classic would have been Taitz’s latest novel of romance, nostalgia and hope. The author reads from and answers questions...

Lisa Williams and Lisa Jarnot

Literature, Poetry

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susan gardner

best book store ever! Knowlegable friendly staff -great owners- comfortable atmosphere and a whole host of events just about every night!