Out and About: Al Hirschfield and Autumn Celebrations

HirschfeldThe Line King’s Library: Al Hirschfield at the New York Public Library

  • Now — January 4, 2014
  • New York Public Library
  • FREE

As if we needed another reason to make a trip to the New York Public Library, a new multimedia art exhibit called “The Line King’s Library,” honoring illustrator Al Hirschfield, opened this month and runs until January 4, 2014.

The exhibit is in the Donald & Mary Oenslager Gallery inside the NYPL for the Performing Arts building.

Not only does the show boast a widespread array of Hirschfield’s film posters and drawings, it also features a rare 1969 print of legendary dancer Martha Graham.


Fall Open House at Terrace Booksterrace books

  • November 9, 2013
  • 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • 242 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn
  • FREE

There’s a new bookstore on the block, and it’s here just in time for our favorite season. Celebrate the changing colors of the leaves and the onslaught of pumpkin-flavored everything with Terrace Books, the sister store of Brooklyn’s Community Bookstore. While you peruse the collection of mostly used books, be sure to indulge in treats like apple cider and similar seasonal goodies. Author signings and autumn-themed activities will abound as well. Don’t miss it!

For more information, check out Community Bookstore’s event page here.

Photo Credit: www.annpatchett.com

Photo Credit: www.annpatchett.com

Ann Patchett: This Is the Story of a Happy Marriage Author Event

Acclaimed author Ann Patchett will discuss her intimate memoir through which she explores her deepest commitments.

  • Thursday November 07, 2013
  • 7:00 PM
  • Barnes & Noble
  • 86th & Lexington Ave

WNBA-NYC is partnering with Ann Patchett in support of our Children’s Book Drive. While enjoying the event please buy books —for kids ages 3 to 12— or a B&N gift card and donate to a book drive volunteer who will be on hand to collect donations on November 7th.

Ms. Patchett recently sat down with Publisher’s Weekly and talked about her friendship with Elizabeth Gilbert and Donna Tartt, the short story renaissance, and owning an independent bookstore.

About Blog Editor

The Women’s National Book Association was founded in 1917 by female booksellers who weren’t allowed in the men’s organizations. Nearly 100 years later, the WNBA is still supporting women in the book industry through literary events, networking, literacy projects, workshops, open mic nights, book clubs, and many other entertaining programs throughout the season!

Comments are closed.