When Jill Schoolman founded Gowanus-based Archipelago Books in 2003, she wanted to broaden the literary landscape in the United States.
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the free annual Brooklyn Book Festival returns this fall for an all-virtual weeklong lineup of readings, author talks, and workshops.
The well-known New Yorker cartoonist reveals the creative process behind his latest graphic novel and comedic memoir, "The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Cartoonist."
A fixture on Bedford Avenue for more than 20 years, the arts-focused bookstore has put up a GoFundMe page to help them reopen after the shutdown.
Rather than completely shutting down, bookshops are delivering books to customers during the crisis, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
The popular bookstore's second Brooklyn outpost is prepping to open soon on the ground floor of CityPoint.
Treat the literature-inclined on your gift-giving list with a vintage find from the eighth annual book fair at Old Stone House this weekend.
Seven years after its author's death, the 1972 book “Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House” returns in a new and expanded edition.
If you've been wanting to clear out some tomes to make way for new reading material, the Brooklyn Public Library's annual book sale offers an opportunity to donate your used reading material for a good cause.
Photographer Rafael Rios’ new book is made up of images of his family taken between 1999 and 2016.