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  • Address:

    Housing Works Bookstore Cafe 126 Crosby St
    Soho
    New York
    10012

  • Cross Street:

    between E Houston and Prince Sts

  • Venue phone:

    212-334-3324

  • Venue website:

    housingworksbookstore.org

  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat, Sun 10am-5pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St

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DISH

Nonfiction

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  • Critics' pick

With DISH, foodies get a feast of gastronomically inclined performances: Chefs, food bloggers, restaurateurs and other writers share personal tales or pieces of prose.

DISH
  1. Wed Oct 1
  2. Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
  3. suggested donation $5
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Harper Perennial 50th-Anniversary Celebration

Books

  • Critics' pick
  • Free

Join six Harper Perennial authors—Roxane Gay, Marcy Dermansky, Kate Zambreno, Simon Van Booy, Darragh McKeon and Ben Greenman—in toasting the treasured publisher and saying, "Hey, you look damn good for 50." They'll also discuss what makes literature...

Harper Perennial 50th-Anniversary Celebration

The Moth StorySLAM!

Things to Do, Short stories, Comedy

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  • Critics' pick

Ten stories. Three teams of judges. One winner. The outrageously (and deservedly) popular storytelling series pits local yarn spinners against one another, challenging them to deliver an impressive tale based on a specific theme. Get in line early, as...

The Moth StorySLAM!

We’re All Mad Here

Fiction, Literature

  • Critics' pick
  • Free

Weird. Outlandish. Magical. These words could all describe the work of Lauren Beukes (Broken Monsters), Lev Grossman (The Magician's Land) and Jeff VanderMeer (Acceptance), who talk about genre and fantastical writing, followed by a Q&A and book sign...

We’re All Mad Here

What the Dickens? Fifth Annual A Christmas Carol Marathon

Fiction, Things to Do

  • Critics' pick
  • Free

Downtown authors and actors transport a crowd from wintry NYC to wintry Victorian London in a marathon reading of Dickens’s classic tale of redemption from humbuggery. With readers from the literary, film and comedy worlds, what starts as a shopping pit...

What the Dickens? Fifth Annual A Christmas Carol Marathon

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