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Age: 29 Pronouns: She/her Neighborhood: Ditmas Park Most Likely to: Win the Nobel Prize for a Graphic Novel Favorite Quote: “Dr. Weiss, at forty, knew that her life had been ruined by literature.” ― Anita Brookner, A Start in Life What do you do when you're at a Junot Díaz reading and Junot, the literary genius that he is, begins dropping gems like a clumsy jeweler? Most of the room would be focused on the floor, trying to pick up...
Every year, our annual 30 under 30 lists highlight young Brooklynites who are marching fearlessly into the future, taking the borough with them―wherever they go. Following their lead, we asked ourselves what we could do better to ensure that these lists fairly reflects this borough's population, and everything it has to offer. If not everything, as much as possible. Instead of trying to tell Brooklyn who and what it is, by making our own...
  Kate Gavino is the unofficial chronicler of the New York literary scene. On her blog Last Night’s Reading, Gavino posts portraits of authors coupled with quotes from their events. Gavino is amazingly prolific—on any given week, she posts from two to four illustrations. Recent entries include Chuck Klosterman, Green Girl author Kate Zambreno, and Elizabeth Gilbert. The blog and Instagram account Gavino keeps has also become a de facto social pages of the book...

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