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Click on below lists to discover rewards for participating in educational events. Literary Manhattan is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit promoting literacy, the benefits of reading, and Manhattan’s rich literary history.

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6 places updated June 18, 2012
Locations of literary significance in Manhattan, including libraries, bookstores, publishing houses, literary themed bars, restaurants, hotels, and other locations of literary significance.
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2 places including Lovecraft, Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl
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    "The Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl ends here every Saturday with a discussion of the bar's literary (and not so literary) history."
    Literary ManhattanLiterary Manhattan · December 17, 2012
    Piano Bar
    · New York, United States
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    "Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and William S. Burroughs posed for a great photo on the steps to the library."
    Literary ManhattanLiterary Manhattan · July 15, 2012
    Administrative Building
    · New York, United States
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    "Zora Neal Hurston, one of our favorite authors, studied here on scholarship, and was at the time the college's only African American student."
    Literary ManhattanLiterary Manhattan · July 15, 2012
    University
    · New York, United States
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    "There are 8 floors of books underground here. No visitors are allowed except at Christmas when volunteers and donors are invited downstairs."
    Literary ManhattanLiterary Manhattan · July 15, 2012
    Library
    · New York, United States
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    "You are now a part of history! See who else stayed at this historic hotel, and which author wrote his Nobel acceptance speech here."
    Literary ManhattanLiterary Manhattan · July 15, 2012
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    "Be sure to check out the Dorothy Parker Society for the inside scoop about what really happened here."
    Literary ManhattanLiterary Manhattan · July 15, 2012
    American
    · New York, United States
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