About this product
Give the gift of membership to The Center for Fiction—it’s the perfect present for your literary loved ones!
When you buy a gift membership, your order confirmation email includes a printable certificate that you can present to the recipient! It includes information on how to obtain a membership card in person. Please be assured that we will not contact the gift recipient unless you specifically request that we do so.
All renewing and new members can still use the 10% discounts on online workshops, ticketed events, and bookstore purchases during the temporary closure of our physical space in Brooklyn. However, the annual membership year officially begins the day our doors reopen to the public. (Please note this policy does not apply to digital memberships.)
We ask that you provide the recipient’s full name, email address, and mailing address in the Additional Notes field at checkout. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Membership for the year to the recipient of your choice
- Borrowing privileges from our circulating collection of over 70,000 titles
- Use of our spacious tech-free members lounge and meeting rooms*
- 10% discount on events, workshops, reading groups, and bookstore and café-bar purchases
- Early bird ticketing to special events
- Free monthly afternoon book group led by our Head Librarian Allison Escoto year-round
- Discounted rates on space rentals
- Unlimited guests. Must be accompanied by a member during their visit.
Members must be 13+. Anyone between the ages of 13 and 17 must be accompanied by an adult member.
Dual Memberships are for two people living at a single address and include 4 single-use guest day passes.
Household Memberships are for 3+ people living at a single address and include 7 single-use guest day passes.
*For over 25 years, The Center has not permitted the use of laptops or cellphones by general members to encourage our community to unplug and sink into a good book or conversation without interruption from our devices. While peaceful, it is not meant to be a silent space and we do encourage members to strike up a conversation with each other.