September is an amazing month for the Tumblr book community. We invite you to join us at these four New York City celebrations for readings, comedy, music, cocktails, and more. All are free and open to the public.
9/4 How Not to Read: Harnessing the Power of a Literature-Free Life with Dan Wilbur, Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
Join stand-up comedian and indie bookseller Dan Wilbur as he hosts a night of live comedy and storytelling in celebration of his first book. With Chris Gethard, Elna Baker, and Adam Newman.
9/13 Hacking the Future: A Launch Event and Panel to Discuss the Web’s Anonymity “Problem,” Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
Author Cole Stryker will be joined by Clay Shirky, Whitney Phillips, John Young, and Deborah Natsios for a conversation examining why the identity issue may be the most crucial decision we face in the coming decade.
9/17 Tumblr, Electric Literature, The New Inquiry, and the Los Angeles Review of Books invite you to celebrate the Opening Night of Brooklyn Book Festival Bookends, Public Assembly
Three top web-based literary publications (and Tumblr super-users) invite you meet your internet friends in person for chatting, drinking, and dancing to kick off the most bookish week in Brooklyn. Music from DJs Abby Klein and Doc Delay and free drink specials enhance the East Coast vs. West Coast faceoff — and everybody wins!
9/25 Launch Party for Suri’s Burn Book & F*ck! I’m in My 20s, Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
Meet Allie Hagan, Emma Koenig, and all your Tumblr friends for free drinks, comedy, readings, music and more.