ABOUT OUR NEW SPACE

The Center for Fiction Is Now Open!

 

A Home for Readers and Writers.

 

We are excited to invite you to come and enjoy our new space at 15 Lafayette Avenue in downtown Brooklyn! 


You don't need to be a member to visit our street-level café or bookstore, which has deep cuts from the world of fiction, works in translation, beloved classics, and great books from indie presses. 
In the evening our auditorium hosts events with the best writers and artists working today. 


Our 2nd-floor features a cozy Reading Room and terrace, the bulk of our extensive library, and our Writers’ Studio. This floor is an idyllic space for members to relax and immerse themselves in a good read and good conversations. 


And don't forget our writing workshops and reading groups, taught by seasoned experts and award-winning writers. They are open to the public but members receive a discount.

 

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OPENING HOURS

Hours

Mon: 10:30am – 6pm

Tues- Sun: 10:30am – 10pm

 

Librarian Desk

Mon: Closed

Tues - Fri: 12pm – 8pm

Sat - Sun: 11am – 5pm

 

Find us at 15 Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn right by BAM, The Barclays Center & Atlantic Terminal. 

 

Junior Edition: New Fiction for Younger Readers #44

by Celia McGee

 

Writer Celia McGee covers four fantastic titles this month in her Junior Edition column. A little one's view of the world is stretched when he looks for a friend in The Boy and the GiantThe Unsung Hero of Birdsong, USA and Inventing Victoria both take on serious issues facing African-American communities in these historical novels. And in What We Buried, two siblings go on an eerie search for their parents in the desert.