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Everything You Need to Write and Publish Your Book using NYPL's E-Resources

The New York Public Library prides itself on supporting writers of every kind. It doesn't matter if you are writing a comic book, a biography, or the next great American novel, we have the tools to help you succeed. In addition to thousands of print resources, NYPL also offers a large number of electronic resources to help you research, write and publish your work. Read More ›

15 Great Streaming Horror Films

It's almost Halloween again, that most monstrously magical time of year, and we all probably have the same question on all our minds: what fantastic fright flicks should we be gathering around to ring in the spooky season? Well, with all the streaming (screaming!) films that NYPL patrons now have access to via Kanopy, there have never been more options! 

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Favorite Business Books Series - Part I

We asked entrepreneurs and professionals to share with us their favorite business book(s), and the positive impact they had on them, their businesses or their careers.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of October 22

Learn about events and programs.Read More ›

Hey, Mr. Producer: The Librarian Is In Podcast, Ep. 61

Against his better judgment, the producer of "The Librarian Is In" joins Gwen and Frank to talk books, tattoos, and how the podcast came to be.Read More ›

Favorite Business Books Series - Part H

We asked entrepreneurs and professionals to share with us their favorite business book(s), and the positive impact they had on them, their businesses or their careers.Read More ›

NYC Libraries Announce Fine Forgiveness for Kids and Teens

Today, The New York Public Library joined together with Brooklyn Public Library and Queens Library to announce a fine forgiveness program that will give hundreds of thousands of students a fresh start.Read More ›

Genealogy Research on the Front Page

Genealogy and local history research is not often headline-making news, but resources in The New York Public Library's Milstein Division are highly relevant to controversies currently flashing big across the news ticker. Read More ›

Announcing Dimensions: Community Tools for Creating Tactile Graphics & Objects

Accessibility is more than a feature you request. It can also be something you make.Read More ›

Books with Autumnal Witchy Vibes

Since we could all probably use a little hocus pocus in our lives, here is a list of books filled with witches, romance, magic, and autumn leaves.Read More ›

3 Must-Read Books from the Top 3 World Languages in NYC

Classic stories originally written in the major non-English languages spoken in New York: Spanish, Chinese, and Russian.Read More ›

6 Shop Favorites from Library Leaders

The Library's leaders are some of the Shop's most loyal customers. This month, we talk to the movers and shakers of NYPL about their favorite things the Shop has to offer!Read More ›

The Unexpected Catalog of George Saunders

George Saunders just won the Man Booker Prize for his 2017 novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, which was (amazingly) his very first novel-length work of fiction.Read More ›

Favorite Business Books Series - Part G

We asked entrepreneurs and professionals to share with us their favorite business book(s), and the positive impact they had on them, their businesses or their careers.Read More ›

Podcast #186: Nasty Women

The co-editors of the essay collection Nasty Women along with select contributors to it explore the complications of being an American woman in 2017. Featuring Kate Harding and Samhita Mukhopadhyay, with Kera Bolonik, Zerlina Maxwell, and Meredith Talusan. Moderated by Jezebel founder Anna Holmes.Read More ›

Favorite Business Books Series - Part F

We asked entrepreneurs and professionals to share with us their favorite business book(s), and the positive impact they had on them, their businesses or their careers.Read More ›

If We Could Spend a Picture-Lovers Day Together

In June 1965, photographer Dorothea Lange wrote a letter to Picture Collection Librarian Romana Javitz saying, “It would be very fine, very fine indeed, if we could spend a Picture-Lovers afternoon together....”Read More ›

Favorite Business Books Series - Part E

We asked entrepreneurs and professionals to share with us their favorite business book(s), and the positive impact they had on them, their businesses or their careers.Read More ›

NYPL Events: What's Happening 10/16-10/30

Welcome to our biweekly update on events happening during the next two weeks at The New York Public Library. With 92 locations across New York City, a lot is happening at the Library. Read More ›

Indie Author Day at the Bronx Library Center

We were lucky to host the second annual Indie Author Day. Four authors were featured: Annette Berkovits, Rebecca Brooks, Carmen D. Lucca, and Anne Born. Read More ›
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