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What Are You Reading? Computers in Libraries Edition

I presented at the Computers in Libraries conference in Arlington, Virginia this past March, and between sessions I decided to find out what people were reading.Read More ›

Behind the Lens: Picture Yourself Online

One of our librarians, Arieh Ress, started a program called “Picture Yourself Online!” in which he took headshots of patrons so they would have a decent photo of themselves to use online and while job-hunting. I sat down with Arieh and interviewed him about the program we’ve been running for nearly a year now.Read More ›

May Author @ the Library Programs at Mid-Manhattan Library

Come join us this May at Mid-Manhattan Library for the continuation of our Author @ the Library Programs. This month, we'll be delving into Wall Street trading, stealthy subliminal advertising, and Rick James' legacy, among other topics. Read More ›

Books Go to the Movies: A Reading List from Open Book Night

Our discussion in our March Open Book Night: Books Go to the Movies covered a lot of ground. Movies and books strike a chord with everyone and we all had something to say.Read More ›

Citizenship Fair / Feria de la ciudadanía / Un séminaire sur la Citoyenneté Américaine/ Информационная ярмарка по получению гражданства США

On May 20, 2017 Mid-Manhattan Library will be hosting an all-day Citizenship Fair, which will feature local and government agencies, ready to assist new Americans with their citizenship applications. Read More ›

We Are New Yorkers: A Reading List for NYC Immigrant Heritage Week

Here are some vivid representations of the New York immigrant experience in fiction, as well as a few memoirs and biographies of New Yorkers past and present, who arrived here from all over the world and made their mark on our city. Read More ›

What Are You Reading: John Bloom/Joe Bob Briggs Edition

Find out what John Bloom AKA Joe Bob Briggs is reading, his research and writing process, and more!Read More ›

Ep. 68 "The Perfect Way to Master A New Skill" | Library Stories

A graphic designer raises his game through a TechConnect course in 3D printing. Read More ›

Libraries and Debate : A Match Made in Heaven

President and founder of New York City Urban Debate League and his team of dedicated debate advocates discuss the crucial importance of debate to democracy and the Library's role in supporting young debaters. Read More ›

April Author @ the Library Programs

Join us this April for an Author @ the Library talk at Mid-Manhattan Library, where a curated selection of nonfiction authors will discuss their work and answer questions from the public. This month, we will be hosting talks on everything from atlases and dictionaries to baseball and Bellevue.Read More ›

March 2017 International Fiction Bestsellers

Are you interested in what people around the world are reading? Travel the bestseller lists with us! This month we checked out bestsellers in Colombia, Egypt, Greece, Ireland, and Malaysia. Read More ›

Life in All Its Granite Hardness: A Selection of Irish Noir

Bleak, dark, grimly realistic, morally and psychologically complex with a dash of gallows humor. Scandinavian Noir has some serious competition from its Irish cousin. Check out some Irish crime writers this St. Patrick’s Day weekend.Read More ›

Ain't Nothin' but a Book Love Thang: A Reading List from Open Book Night

Our theme this month was “Ain’t Nothin’ but a Love Thang”, and we asked readers to share books they love, books about love, and books about things they love. Read More ›

March Author @ the Library Programs

Each month, The New York Public Library is proud to offer a curated selection of non-fiction authors discussing their work and answering questions from the public at Mid-Manhattan Library. This March, we are presenting talks on topics ranging from Pearl Harbor to gentrification to telling jokes across cultures.Read More ›

Open Book Night: Looking Forward, Looking Back

An informal, devoted group of readers discuss books we have read or are reading—based on a loose theme—each month. Read More ›

Download Your Next Nonfiction Read

Every month, Mid-Manhattan Library presents a series of Author @ the Library lectures featuring recent nonfiction books on a wide range of subjects, and many of these titles are available to borrow as e-books.Read More ›

February Author at the Library Program

Each month, The New York Public Library is proud to offer a curated selection of non-fiction authors discussing their work and answering questions at Mid-Manhattan Library. Read More ›

2016 International Fiction Bestsellers

Which fiction titles topped the charts around the world last year? We looked at bestseller lists for 2016 from nine other countries.Read More ›

January Author Talks at Mid-Manhattan Library

We've got a selection of engaging author talks coming up this month at Mid-Manhattan Library.Read More ›

Winter Reads: A Reading List from Open Book Night

Open Book Night at Mid-Manhattan Library meets on the second Friday of the month, and you’re invited!Read More ›
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