Literary Brooklyn: The Book

Literary Brooklyn, written by Evan Hughes, chronicles the writers and artists who made Brooklyn home before Jonathan Lethem did. Today’s Daily News does a write-up of the book, along with the who’s who of Literary Brooklyn Heights: your Truman Capote, W.H. Auden, and the gang at February House. Read all about it here.

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  • Andrew Porter

    I guess SF and fantasy writers like Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl, Robert Silverberg (Montgomery Street), Terry Carr (Pierrepont St.), Ted White (49th St.) Alexei Panshin (Joralemon St.) and H.P Lovecraft just don’t count. *Sigh*…

    Then there was Stephen Langley, on Pineapple St. Because of him, Pineapple features prominently in “Angels in America”.