BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT MARTY MARKOWITZ AND EDITOR TIM MCLOUGHLIN READ FROM BROOKLYN NOIR 2: THE CLASSICS

September 19, 2005

EVENT:
BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT MARTY MARKOWITZ
AND EDITOR TIM MCLOUGHLIN READ FROM
BROOKLYN NOIR 2: THE CLASSICS


Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and editor Tim McLoughlin, will read from and discuss Brooklyn Noir 2: The Classics — a follow-up fiction anthology to the award-winning 2004 bestseller. Brooklyn Noir 2 includes short stories by some of the world’s most celebrated crime and mystery writers, including H.P. Lovecraft, Donald Westlake, Lawrence Block, Pete Hamill, Jonathan Lethem and Colson Whitehead. This second volume digs deep into the criminal history of New York's punchiest and most alluring borough, capturing the unique personalities of each distinct Brooklyn neighborhood and offering a glimpse of the borough's darker side.

DATE/TIME:
Tuesday, September 20, 2005, 7 PM

LOCATION:
Brooklyn Public Library
Central Library
Second Floor Meeting Room, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11238

DIRECTIONS:
Take the 2 or 3 subway to Grand Army Plaza or Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum of Art station and walk to Eastern Parkway or take the Q subway to 7th Avenue and walk toward Grand Army Plaza.

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