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.
Rivero’s debut novel is gripping and assured, filled with small details culled from her own life growing up undocumented in Greenpoint.
Writers who will be present at the annual celebration of literature, running September 16 to 23, include Edwidge Danticat, Jonathan Safran Foer and Bill McKibben.
The nonprofit has moved to an 18,000-square-foot space on Lafayette Avenue, joining an increasing arts-centric neighborhood in Fort Greene.
For the historic house or architecture enthusiast in your life, 2018 has brought a bumper crop of coffee table books rich with drool-worthy photographs.
The celebrated author returns to Brooklyn to talk about his new book, "The Feral Detective."
Spanning the last decade, the book includes both established and less well-known photographers, capturing practically every corner of the borough.