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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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BOMB: The Author Interviews

Nonfiction, Literature

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  • Free

BOMB, a magazine of art and literature, has been publishing illuminating conversations between artists of all disciplines for more than 30 years. A new anthology from SoHo Press collects some of the best moments from the literary interviews, featuring...

DISH

Nonfiction

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With DISH, foodies get a feast of gastronomically inclined performances: Chefs, food bloggers, restaurateurs and other writers share personal tales or pieces of prose. On November 5, the treats and drinks come from the author of Whiskey Cocktails Warren...

DISH
  1. Wed Nov 5
  2. Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
  3. suggested donation $5
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Moby-Dick Marathon NYC

Fiction, Things to Do

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  • Free

A host of local performers, writers, critics and literary personalities climb aboard the Pequod with Ahab and crew in this second marathon reading of Melville's classic novel. There will be song, food, drink, performances and readings from Amber Tamblyn,...

Moby-Dick Marathon NYC
  1. Fri Nov 14 – Sun Nov 16
  2. Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
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No Tokens Issue 2 Launch Party

Short stories, Literature, Poetry

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  • Free

Brilliant, young, biannual literary journal No Tokens celebrates its second issue with a wealth of readers, from the quite famous to rising talents of the New York literary scene. Mary Gaitskill, Joseph Riippi, Michael Klein and Chris Messer, among others,...

Mallory Ortberg: Texts from Jane Eyre

Humor, Fiction, Literature

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As a cofounder of The Toast, she's long charmed readers with her wit and incisive commentary on everything from Gilmore Girls to the gender imbalance in media. Now, Ortberg brings that same distinctive voice to her first book, a hilarious imagining based...

Mallory Ortberg: Texts from Jane Eyre

What the Dickens? Fifth Annual A Christmas Carol Marathon

Fiction, Things to Do

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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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