Barnes & Noble: Union Square

Barnes & Noble stores are open seven days a week, average 25,000 square feet, and feature the best service, depth of selection and comfortable settings, including our Cafés where customers can enjoy delicious food and beverages. Customers can purchase our highly acclaimed NOOK devices, as well as a wide selection of books, music, DVDs, newsstand titles, gifts, and toys and games.

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Barnes & Noble: Tribeca

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Carolyn Hughes

Barnes & Noble stores are open seven days a week, average 25,000 square feet, and feature the best service, depth of selection and comfortable settings, including our Cafés where customers can enjoy delicious food and beverages. Customers can purchase our highly acclaimed NOOK devices, as well as a wide selection of books, music, DVDs, newsstand titles, gifts, and toys and games.

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Barnes & Noble: 82nd & Broadway

Barnes & Noble stores are open seven days a week, average 25,000 square feet, and regularly host author events. Each year, they work directly with publishers to book national touring authors for an estimated 2,500 appearances in stores across the country, featuring everyone from established writers to celebrity chefs to the biggest YouTube stars. In addition, their stores host thousands of local authors annually which are typically arranged in coordination with publishers. These events help authors gain exposure and build their profiles in their local communities.

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Astoria Bookshop

Astoria Bookshop hosts regular readings and workshops, including the “Boundless Tales Reading Series” and the “Oh! Bernice Reading Series.”

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Green Brain Comics

Green Brain Comics, along with the Emerging Writers Network, hosts Brain Candy, a free, curated live program of prose, music, poetry, and visual art. Brain Candy readings occur every third Monday of the month with new monthly guests.

The shop also hosts book club discussions, comic book signings and release parties, and movie screenings.

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Green Brain Comics inside

Albertine

A project of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, this bookshop focuses on books in French and English, with more than fourteen thousand contemporary and classic titles from thirty French-speaking countries. Throughout the year, Albertine hosts many author readings and events, including debates and discussions exploring popular and classical culture through a modern and global lens.

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Charis Books and More

Charis Books and More is an independent feminist bookstore in Atlanta, Georgia. They specialize in diverse and unique children's books, feminist and cultural studies books, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer fiction and nonfiction. They host frequent readings, community events and meetings, classes and workshops, presentations and panels, and literary events throughout the year.

The Cliterati Open No-Mic open mic & reading series is on the third Thursday of every month.

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Scuppernong Books

Scuppernong Books is a general interest/literary community bookstore featuring fiction and poetry, along with a children's section and a broad range of general interest titles. A cafe within the store serves organic coffee and espresso, wine and beer, and fresh sandwiches made in house. Scuppernong Books hosts hundreds of events and readings per year, bringing writers from across the country and around the state.

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Unnameable Books

Unnameable Books is a bookstore located in the heart of the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. The store specializes in poetry, has an eclectic collection of used books, and carries work from small independent presses. Unnameable Books host readings, talks, and book launches.

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