BookCourt Bookstore - Brooklyn NY

The legendary music producer sits down with the Band of Horses frontman Friday, Nov. 14th at 7pm.

MacArthur Fellow and acclaimed photographer An-My Lê discusses Events Ashore, Sat. Nov. 1st at 7pm.

Debut author Judy Chicurel discusses her collection with John Freeman on Thursday, Nov. 30th.

In-Store Events

An-My Lê

Sat Nov 1, 7:00PM


About Events Ashore:

Carla Torres with Nat Jaspar

Sun Nov 2, 11:00AM


About Larry and Friends:

Julie Salamon and Jill Weber

Sun Nov 2, 2:00PM


About Cat in the City:

A city savvy stray cat...

Long Story Long

Sun Nov 2, 7:00PM

There are many storytelling shows out there that offer a slice of life. At the corner of...

Simon Rich

Mon Nov 3, 7:00PM

Surreal, shrewd, and surprisingly warm, these stories are as resonant as they are hilarious.

Meline Toumani

Tue Nov 4, 7:00PM

In this far-reaching quest, told with eloquence and power, Toumani probes universal questions...

Sat Nov 1, 7:00PM

Sun Nov 2, 11:00AM

Sun Nov 2, 7:00PM

Mon Nov 3, 7:00PM

Tue Nov 4, 7:00PM

“ Mr. Gates' new book will be published next year so get your act together and read his previous three. ”
Christien
“ This book will make you laugh, cringe, and expand your thoughts. ”
Lauren
A Path Appears
Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay
Elena Ferrante
Wolf in White Van
John Darnielle
Goodhouse
Peyton Marshall
The National Book Award has been awarded every year since 1950 to the best American work of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and young adult.
An Unnecessary Woman
All the Light We Cannot See
A philosophy professor at the university of Newcastle, Lars Iyers was once known as the author of two dense studies on the works of Maurice Blanchot. Since 2006, however, he has published a trilogy of philosophical novels: Spurious, Dogma, Exodus that received rave reviews from the New York Times Book Review, The Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle. This September Melville House released his most recent novel Wittgenstein Jr.
Spurious
Wittgetnstein Jr.
Founded in Minneapolis in 1980, Milkweed Editions is one of the nation’s leading independent, nonprofit literary publishers. Over the last 30 years their books and authors have received hundreds of awards and designations, including three Lannan Literary Awards, four Whiting Awards, the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Poetry, three American Book Awards, and seven New York Times Book Review Notable Books of the Year. Just as the milkweed plant is the site of metamorphosis for butterflies, Milkweed Editions serves as a source of publications that transcend boundaries and foster transformation.
Driftless
Let Him Go
Jewelweed
American Boy