Location: 10013

Little Libraries

There are 17 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

Box 185, Canal St. Station, New York, NY 10013
38 Lispenard Street, New York, NY 10013
VFiles (0.1 miles)
2 Mercer St, New York, NY 10013
361 Broadway (3rd Fl.), New York, NY 10013
47 Worth Street, New York, NY 10013
6 Decades (0.2 miles)
265 Canal Street #601, New York, NY 10013
New York Nautical (0.3 miles)
158 Duane Street, New York, NY 10013
290 Broadway, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10007
255 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013
Phaidon | Store (0.4 miles)
100 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012
Pier 94/Main Stage, Pier 94/Main Stage, NY
Manhattan Books (0.4 miles)
150 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
58 Warren Street, New York, NY 10007
107 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012
97 Warren Street, New York, NY 10007
City Hall Library (0.5 miles)
31 Chambers Street, Room 112, New York, NY 10007
557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
9 Murray Street, New York, NY 10007
9 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY 10013
BOOKCON (0.5 miles)
Javits Center Main Theater, New York, NY
138 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012
141 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012
52 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012-3325
126 Crosby Street, New York, NY 10012

Local events

Adult Program - Page Turner's Adult Book Discussion Group
Levittown Public Library, Monday, February 8 at 1pm
Adult Program -Page Turners Book Discussion Group
The Amber Room by Steve Berry
Monday, February 8, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. in the Community Room
A scintillating tale about a treasure hunt to find the room entirely made of amber that was looted by Germany in 1941 and hidden in 1944 to avoid being destroyed during Allied bombing.
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Non Fiction Book Discussion
North Bellmore Public Library, Tuesday, February 9 at 8pm
At the West End Library - Preschool Story Time
Long Beach Public Library - West End Branch, Wednesday, February 10 at 5:15pm
West End Branch (sign up at the branch)
Wednesdays, Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10 from 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. (added from Eventkeeper)
Book Chat & Advisory Group
Eastchester Public Library, Wednesday, February 10 at 7pm
For Grades 4 and 5. This program is drop-off. Online pre-registration is suggested.
This is a program aimed at avid readers, and will be in a "book talk" format. The librarian will start out by highlighting a book that he has enjoyed, and participants will be asked to bring in their own titles (1 or 2 each) to share. Participants will be reminded that the goal is to get their friends to want to read the book, so they shouldn't give away the ending!
Time will be set aside at the end of the program for "advisory," meaning the participants can offer their feedback as to what type of books they would like the library to have more of. Refreshments will be served. (added from Eventkeeper)
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Michael Javen Fortner, Black Silent Majority: The Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Politics of Punishment
92nd Street Y, Tuesday, February 16 at 12pm
Michael Javen Fortner, Black silent majority: The Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Politics of Punishment

Speaking and signing, 92nd Street Y (added from Harvard University Press)
Curator Tour and Conversation - Metamorphosis: The Collaboration of Poet Barbara Guest & Artist Fay Lansner
Poets House, Saturday, February 20 at 3pm
A tour of the exhibition Metamorphosis: The Collaboration of Poet Barbara Guest & Artist Fay Lansner followed by a conversation with Erica Lansner, Gabrielle Lansner, and exhibition curator Raphael Rubinstein, followed by an opening reception for the exhibition. (rmharris)
Hillary L. Chute, Disaster Drawn: Visual Witness, Comics, and Documentary Form
Interference Archive, Friday, February 26 at 9pm
Hillary L. Chute, Disaster Drawn: Visual Witness, Comics, and Documentary Form

Speaking and signing, Interference Archive (added from Harvard University Press)
An Afternoon with Bernadette Mayer
Poets House, Saturday, March 5 at 3pm
Gather to celebrate the endless capacity and singular brilliance of Bernadette Mayer. She is the author of more than twenty collections of poetry including Poetry State Forest (2008) and Sonnets (1989), which was recently reprinted to mark its twenty-fifth anniversary. This reading will feature special introductions by Michael Ruby and Sam Truitt, co-editors of Eating the Colors of a Lineup of Words: The Collected Early Books of Bernadette Mayer (2015). Follow Mayer’s example and “turn formally to love to spend the day.” (rmharris)… (more)
Art & Craft with Robin Coste Lewis
Poets House, Friday, March 11 at 7pm
Robin Coste Lewis takes us on the incredible journey behind The Voyage of the Sable Venus, winner of the 2015 National Book Award Winner for Poetry. A triptych of poems, The Voyage of the Sable Venus investigates historical portrayals of the black female body along with lived experience and the lyric. Learn firsthand what choices and inspirations went into the creation of this remarkable debut. (rmharris)
Gold Morning, Sweet Prince: Shakespeare and Modern Poetry with Robert Pinsky
Poets House, Monday, March 21 at 7pm
Former Poet Laureate of the United States Robert Pinsky examines the influence of Shakespeare on important poets of the 20th and 21st centuries—from Yeats and Eliot to Langston Hughes and Allen Ginsberg. With the aid of some Shakespearean actors, Robert Pinsky will also perform newly-composed poetic collages that combine Shakespeare's sonnets with modern poems. (rmharris)
Event location: Kaye Playhouse, 68th Street between Park and Lexington
This Grubbing Art: The Poetry of Hayden Carruth
Poets House, Wednesday, March 23 at 7pm
Hayden Carruth (1921-2008) was a Vermont original: critic, editor, essayist, jazz poet and "a Yankee pragmatist," as he referred to himself. Please join us for this discussion of a poet whose voice is authentic, humane, and never afraid to buck the status quo with Marilyn Hacker, Joe-Anne McLaughlin, Lynne Sharon Schwartz and Douglas Unger. Moderated by Shaun Griffin. (rmharris)
Hamid Dabashi, Persophilia: Persian Culture on the Global Scene
Hamid Dabashi, Persophilia: Persian Culture on the Global Scene

In conversation with Drucilla Cornell (signing to follow), New York Public Library (added from Harvard University Press)
Beth Simone Noveck, Smart Citizens, Smarter State: The Technologies of Expertise and the Future of Governing
92nd Street Y, Tuesday, March 29 at 12pm
Beth Simone Noveck, Smart Citizens, Smarter State: The Technologies of Expertise and the Future of Governing

Speaking and signing, 92nd Street Y (added from Harvard University Press)
Poetry, Politics & Place with Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Naomi Shihab Nye & Luis J. Rodriguez: Poets House at AWP
Poets House, Thursday, March 31 at 1:30pm
Three leading poets read their poems and discuss their poetry-activism in New York, San Antonio, Los Angeles, and around the country. Each engages poetic practice and community building with projects that expand poetry's place in our lives and culture: Rachel Eliza Griffiths through photography, Naomi Shihab Nye through writing for children, and Luis J. Rodriguez through publishing projects and political organizing. The transformative power of poetry brings these three together to talk about how we can make a better world. Moderated by Poets House Artistic Director Stephen Motika (rmharris)… (more)
Event location: Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference, Petree Hall, LA Convention Center, Exhibit Hall Level One, Los Angeles CA
A Tribute to Jean Valentine
Poets House, Tuesday, April 5 at 7pm
The author of thirteen books of poetry, Jean Valentine continues to delight and surprise new readers and adoring fans. As Adrienne Rich proclaimed, Valentine’s “is a poetry of the highest order, because it lets us into spaces and meanings we couldn't approach in any other way.” Hear these poems read by poets they continue to inspire, including Michael Burkard, Mark Doty, Ross Gay, Aracelis Girmay, Jody Gladding, David Hinton, Joan Larkin, Anne Marie Macari, Jane Mead, Elizabeth Metzger, Dennis Nurkse, Mary Ruefle, Patrick Rosal, Gerald Stern, Brian Teare and Ocean Vuong. (rmharris)… (more)
Event location: The New School Auditorium (Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall) 66 West 12th Street New York NY
The Forever Open Theater: A Reading with Patrizia Cavalli
Poets House, Wednesday, April 6 at 7pm
Philosopher Giorgio Agamben praised Patrizia Cavalli’s writing as “the most fluent, seamless, and colloquial language of twentieth-century Italian poetry.” In a rare opportunity, hear this unmatched poet, described as one of Italy’s national treasures, read poems recently selected and translated for an edition spanning thirty-two years, My Poems Won’t Change the World: Selected Poems. (rmharris)
Catherine J. Ross, Lessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students’ First Amendment Rights
Catherine J. Ross, Lessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students’ First Amendment Rights

Conversation with constitutional scholar Floyd Abrams (signing to follow), Barnes & Noble 82nd & Broadway (added from Harvard University Press)
An American Lyric with Claudia Rankine
Poets House, Wednesday, April 13 at 7pm
In this craft talk, Claudia Rankine, discusses her use of images, poetry and scholarship to create vital and impactful writing. Claudia Rankine’s most recent book, Citizen: An American Lyric, quickly became a book of singular acclaim for its critical examination of the relationships between race, art, media and society. (rmharris)
Celebrating Jayne Cortez - Beautiful Sea of Waves: For Jayne
Poets House, Thursday, April 14 at 7:30pm
LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs and composer Marc Cary pay homage to the artistic legacy of poet Jayne Cortez (1934-2012). Drawing from multiple musical forms, minimalism and breath, Diggs and Cary perform with members of Focus Trio; Rashaan Carter on bass, Sameer Gupta on drums and tablas and surprise guests. Commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (rmharris)
Event location: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, David Rubenstein Atrium
Celebrating Jayne Cortez - Firespitter: A Tribute to Jayne Cortez
Poets House, Saturday, April 16 at 3pm
Honoring the legacy of poet, performer and activist Jayne Cortez (1934-2012) with LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Marty Erlich, Camonghne Felix, Magdalena Gomez, Robert Hershon, Bob Holman, Erica Hunt, Paolo Javier, Karma Mayet Johnson, Rosamond S. King, and Evie Shockley, each reading a favorite poem by Cortez and discussing her influence on their work. (rmharris)
Poem in Your Pocket Day Celebration at Poets House: Open Mic & Community Read-in
Poets House, Thursday, April 21 at 3pm
Join our young pocket-poets and other special guests for an afternoon of readings and fun! We invite you to bring a poem of your choice to share, or find one here at Poets House. (rmharris)
A Poetry Reading and Celebration of Melissa Green with J. Mae Barizo, Melissa Green & Marie Howe
Poets House, Thursday, April 21 at 7pm
Distinguished poets J. Mae Barizo, and Marie Howe gather to read poems in honor of Melissa Green, who will close the evening by reading from her new book, Magpiety: New & Selected Poems. Marie Howe writes: “Melissa Green might well be a 21st century version of Emily Dickinson, poet of ecstatic states and extremity. These are poems ‘scratched in blood,’ written by a survivor, a poet, a woman pulled back to life.” (rmharris)… (more)
Celebrating Jayne Cortez - If the woman is a drum...
Poets House, Saturday, April 23 at 2:30pm
LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Jadele McPherson, t'ai freedom ford, and electronic musician Val Jeanty read and perform original works as well as a selection of poems by Jayne Cortez (1934-2012). Invoking surrealism, politics, the spoken word, New York City and music, this event will be both a celebration as well as a reflection of Cortez's influence upon a younger generation of women artists. (rmharris)… (more)
Event location: The Highline
(In)verse: Poets Translate Each Other
Poets House, Wednesday, April 27 at 7pm
To celebrate National Poetry Month, hear from poets who translate each other's work. Flávia Rocha and Idra Novey will read in Portuguese and English; and Melcion Mateu and Rowan Ricardo Phillips will read in Catalan and English. Both pairs will discuss their creative process and the responsibilities of collaboration and translation. (rmharris)
Leabhar na hAathghabhála/Poems of Repossession: A Reading of Modern Irish Poetry
Poets House, Wednesday, May 4 at 7pm
Join us for the launch of the first comprehensive critical anthology of modern poetry in Irish Gaelic with English translations. Leabhar na hAthghabhála/Poems of Repossession, edited by Louis De Paor, consists of poems in the Irish language written since 1900 with translations by Valentine Iremonger, Michael Hartnett, Paul Muldoon, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Bernard O’Donoghue, Maurice Riordan, Peter Sirr, David Wheatley and Mary O’Donoghue. Most of the poems have not previously been available in English. Poems will be read in Irish Gaelic and English. (rmharris)… (more)
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