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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Sunday Afternoon at Grand Army Plaza: Richard Grayson's "I Survived Caracas Traffic" at the Brooklyn Public Library's Central Library

Spending our Sunday off in Crown Heights, a neighborhood we love spending October in, we went to the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza on a sunny, mild afternoon to return a copy of Lysistrata and pick up a copy of John Ciardi's translation of Dante's Inferno -- both cheap Signet paperbacks we use in our class at the fabulous School of Visual Arts -- and to our surprise, we found one of our books, the hardover 1996 edition of I Survived Caracas Traffic in the stacks, so we decided to take the poor short story collection out for a much-needed airing.

1 comment:

steven kidman said...

Brooklyn Public Library's Central library is close to the Grand Army Plaza. IF very close,then we park in Grand Army Plaza Parking our vehicles to visit the Brooklyn Library.