Illustration, Isabelle Duverger New York City may not seem to have a strong Catalan connection, but the culture is sustained
The Algonquin Hotel in Midtown Manhattan is NYC's oldest hotel. Learn more about this historic hotels literary past with our top 10 secrets.
Take a walk around the vanished areas of lower Manhattan/Financial district that served as inspiration for legendary author Herman Melville.
Sari Botton, editor of the recently released essay collection "Goodbye to All That", invited writers to voice a rebuttal at Housingworks last week.
Your for children or your inner child, here's our guide to the places where children's stories come alive in New York City, from the Plaza Hotel to Central Park.
This week's #untappedcities Instagram "Pic" of the Week goes to @kelptrap712 and this shot of the Ralph Ellison Memorial in Riverside Park.
The Morgan Library experience is an incomparable walk through time, rich with art, literature and history. The banking mogul's collection encompasses original artworks by artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens, writers such as Dickens, Twain and music from the likes of Mozart as well Beethoven. Equally as impressive as the collection it houses, is the architectural mastery of the museum.
An online platform for promising young writers to meet, Writer's Bloq aims to bridge the gap between writers from different backgrounds. Arts editor Laura Itzkowitz interviews founder and CEO Nayia Moysidis about the site and their upcoming event.
Pulitzer Prize Winning Critic Margo Jefferson talks about a new reading series in Harlem, cross-genre evolution on the literary scene, and her new book combining memoir and cultural criticism.