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Pandemic Pivot is an event I am presenting which will display pottery I made in the spare room studio I was inspired to create during the the lockdown. Also on display will be pots I made once I was able to return to my community studio on a limited basis. There will be photographs of past work and a video of the transformation of my spare room. Additionally there will be a demonstration and an opportunity for people to try throwing on the wheel. The event will end with a Q&A.

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Noam's Fall Garden
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Tomorrow night broadcast live from the Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria: Peoples' Voice Cafe presents: Fred Arcoleo, Shanika Anderson, and Robert Gibbons, WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITE!

Livestream via ZOOM and FB Live!

RSVP on FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE:
https://www.facebook.com/events/941427579963809?ref=newsfeed

To register and donate to the show (one third of the proceeds benefit Word Up!), visit peoplesvoicecafe.org.
Just got this great book delivery - thanks, Word Up Community Bookshop:
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Hello there,
In August, at the age of 77, I published my first novel (think Grandma Moses). As you can imagine, I self-published it and didn’t realize I’d have to do most of the marketing myself. This letter is part of my marketing campaign. I came across a listing of most of the independent bookstores in the country and, since I’m retired and have the time, I decided to contact each one, tell you a little about the book and ask you to give it a try. The book is available at Ingram Books. If you’re interested read on, if not thanks for your time.
Me and Jinx
Johnny Fry’s favorite times growing up were when his Uncle Bill would visit, and with Johnny’s pa, they would sit round the stove at night and talk of adventures they had in their youth as riders for the Pony Express. When his pa dies in the Spring of 1884, eighteen-year-old Johnny sets out to ride the Pony Express Trail to Sacramento, nineteen hundred miles away. With his ‘little buddy’, Jinx, a little black cat, he leaves his Kansas hometown and rides into a reality much different from the dreams of his childhood. It’s a reality of sweeping grasslands, towering mountains, simmering deserts, and raging rivers; of drunks, thieves, and murderers; of friends and enemies and someone to fall in love with. The West of 1884 is still the wild and beautiful place of legend. Billy the Kid and Jesse James are not long in their graves, Wyatt and Virgil Earp are alive and living in California, and the great cattle drives are still fresh in the memories of many. Surrounded by the beauty and perils of the Old West, Johnny must become a man or die trying.

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Word Up is a community bookshop in Northern Manhattan. Word Up es una librería comunitaria en el Alto Manhattan. More info: www.wordupbooks.com

Word Up is a community bookshop in Northern Manhattan.

Originally conceived of as a month-long “pop-up” shop, Word Up and its 100% volunteer-powered staff of local residents have sold and/or distributed thousands of books to individuals and organizations, hosted more than 200 performers (as of the end of September) on the shop’s stage through a rigorous events program, and provided neighbors with a regular, safe venue in which to gather, debate, and e

11/06/2021

Access is at the heart of Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria. Our collective has spent years brainstorming ways to provide access to books through discussion of language justice, education justice, economic justice, racial justice, disability justice, gender justice, and more. ⁠

As the Word Up collective has developed a common vision over the years, and got deeper in our work, we've seen acutely how the mere existence of books doesn’t magically mean they are accessible: language, socioeconomics, literacy levels, lack of representation, varied comfort levels based on biases from all sides, cultural norms, domestic spatial considerations, and more, are all contributing factors to how one may not engage with a book in a space. ⁠

And we don’t just mean access to books—which can also be done through libraries, schools, and nonprofit programs—but to all of the culture around books, including the author events, dialogue, resources, and joy that an actual bookstore supporting, and supported by, a neighborhood can bring. ⁠
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At Word Up, some of us grew up with bookstores, some did not. But now that we have all experienced the making of one together, we think that everyone should have one—and that everyone deserves one. ⁠

Thank you to @nytimes for highlighting some of the groups working on this access, and to Children's Aid Society for including us in your programs!⁠

🗞 Read the entire article and more at WordUpBooks.com/Press (link in bio)

Access is at the heart of Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria. Our collective has spent years brainstorming ways to provide access to books through discussion of language justice, education justice, economic justice, racial justice, disability justice, gender justice, and more. ⁠

As the Word Up collective has developed a common vision over the years, and got deeper in our work, we've seen acutely how the mere existence of books doesn’t magically mean they are accessible: language, socioeconomics, literacy levels, lack of representation, varied comfort levels based on biases from all sides, cultural norms, domestic spatial considerations, and more, are all contributing factors to how one may not engage with a book in a space. ⁠

And we don’t just mean access to books—which can also be done through libraries, schools, and nonprofit programs—but to all of the culture around books, including the author events, dialogue, resources, and joy that an actual bookstore supporting, and supported by, a neighborhood can bring. ⁠
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At Word Up, some of us grew up with bookstores, some did not. But now that we have all experienced the making of one together, we think that everyone should have one—and that everyone deserves one. ⁠

Thank you to @nytimes for highlighting some of the groups working on this access, and to Children's Aid Society for including us in your programs!⁠

🗞 Read the entire article and more at WordUpBooks.com/Press (link in bio)

11/06/2021

Story Time & Book Launch: Josefina's Habichuelas

Happy birthday Jasminne Mendez & happy book birthday! Watch and celebrate as Jasminne reads "Josefina's Habichuelas/Las habichuelas de Josefina" in English y en Español!

11/04/2021

WILD TONGUES CAN'T BE TAMED Book Launch

11/4 - WILD TONGUES CAN'T BE TAMED Book Launch by Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria 11/04/2021

11/4 - WILD TONGUES CAN'T BE TAMED Book Launch by Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria

TONIGHT | ESTA NOCHE Celebrate the launch of #WildTonguesCantBeTamed by Saraciea J. Fennell! This anthology explores the multiplicity of Latinx identity and experiences and addresses the lack of Central American, Black, and Indigenous representation in Latinx literature. We'll have some of the featured power-house authors: Janel Martinez, Ibi Zoboi, and Zakiya N. Jamal!!

11/4 - WILD TONGUES CAN'T BE TAMED Book Launch by Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria Get tickets and support Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria by becoming a member

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 11/01/2021

Thank you @ElisabetVelasquezPoetry & Robert Repino for stoping by and signing copies of their books "When We Make It" and "Malefactor (War with No Name #3)" (plus other), respectively ♥️📚⁠

🛒 You can check out all the signed books we have on our website WordUpBooks.com/SignedWUBooks

10/31/2021

Happy Halloween from Word Up! Feliz Halloween de Word Up🎃

Happy Halloween from Word Up! Feliz Halloween de Word Up🎃

10/30/2021

FRED & ME: Virtual reading by Allan Goldstein & discussion on disability

Join author Allan B. Goldstein, as he reads from his new book Fred and Me and discusses the disability rights movement with Ernie Alugas.

Purchase a copy here: https://www.wordupbooks.com/book/9798723729469

About Fred and Me

A second parent’s death jettisons an older brother from estranged, resentful sibling, to fierce, angry advocate, from somebody who periodically heard about his institutionalized brother to somebody who rescues a life. A person speaking strangely, walking oddly, looking different is not thought to have feelings, ideas, or desires. That person is “the other.” Fred and Me, a Willowbrook Survivor’s Story shows the emergence of a person whose childhood and adolescence were lived in the infamous Willowbrook State School. This memoir of two strangers reconnecting while helping each other rediscover themselves portrays the value of enormous devotion when combating the stigma of living differently. This memoir is a love story of brothers reunited.

About the Author

Allan B. Goldstein is an author, lecturer, disability activist, and native Brooklynite. In his memoir, Fred and Me, a Willowbrook Survivor’s Story, Goldstein shares his transformational experiences as older sibling and guardian to Fred, who survived the notorious institution for people with disabilities, Willowbrook State School on Staten Island. Separated from his brother in childhood, Goldstein remains steadfast in getting to know Fred as an adult and in his belief that Fred can do more than society expects of him. Goldstein’s memoir is a call to action for us all—to create equity and inclusion for people with disabilities.

Goldstein is an NYU Tandon School of Engineering Senior Lecturer. Leading the creation of the Disabilities Studies cross-school minor, Goldstein’s course brings together engineering students and people with disabilities to learn disability history, collaborate on digital stories—and grow a deeper understanding of each other.

10/30/2021

TOMORROW | MAÑANA 👻🎃

TOMORROW | MAÑANA 👻🎃

10/30 - FRED & ME: Virtual reading by Allan Goldstein & discussion on disability by Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria 10/30/2021

10/30 - FRED & ME: Virtual reading by Allan Goldstein & discussion on disability by Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria

Don't miss out on this reading and conversation about disability activism and justice to at 3pm EST via ZOOM!

10/30 - FRED & ME: Virtual reading by Allan Goldstein & discussion on disability by Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria Get tickets and support Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria by becoming a member

10/29/2021

Vigil for Hancy | Vigilia para Hancy

Hancy was a Word Up volunteer in 2013, a cousin to another volunteer (which they discovered while at Word Up), and a friend to many. He spent a lot of time at the store a while back, and popped in at regular intervals afterward. Multiple people at Word Up have expressed in the last few days how he was extremely thoughtful, often had a joyful spirit, and was a committed activist.

We learned a lot from Hancy—about the systems we battle, and also about community care.

We miss Hancy dearly, and hold his family in our hearts. Friends, family, and comrades will be hosting a vigil at Word Up this Friday 10/29, from 4pm to 8pm. We feel fortunate to be able to come together in a space where Hancy was loved, to remember him and what he cared about.

Rest in Power, Hancy.

#MentalHealthMatters #RIPHancy

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/29/2021

In ✨"Wild Tongues Can’t Be Tamed,"✨ bestselling and award-winning authors as well as up-and-coming voices interrogate the different myths and stereotypes about the Latinx diaspora. The bestselling and award-winning contributors include Elizabeth Acevedo, Cristina Arreola, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, Naima Coster, Natasha Diaz, Saraciea J. Fennell, Kahlil Haywood, Zakiya Jamal, Janel Martinez, Jasminne Mendez, Meg Medina, Mark Oshiro, Julian Randall, Lilliam Rivera, and Ibi Zoboi. (out Nov. 2)

🛒 Preorder a signed copy by Saraciea J. Fennell today!⁠

🎟 RSVP for our book launch with Saraciea, Janel Martinez, Ibi Zoboi, and Zakiya N. Jamal next THURSDAY 11/4 at 7pm EST

10/27/2021

Hancy was a Word Up volunteer in 2013, a cousin to another volunteer (which they discovered while at Word Up), and a friend to many. He spent a lot of time at the store a while back, and popped in at regular intervals afterward. Multiple people at Word Up have expressed in the last few days how he was extremely thoughtful, often had a joyful spirit, and was a committed activist.

We learned a lot from Hancy—about the systems we battle, and also about community care.

We miss Hancy dearly, and hold his family in our hearts. Friends, family, and comrades will be hosting a vigil at Word Up this Friday 10/29, from 4pm to 8pm. We feel fortunate to be able to come together in a space where Hancy was loved, to remember him and what he cared about.

Rest in Power, Hancy.

#MentalHealthMatters #RIPHancy

Hancy was a Word Up volunteer in 2013, a cousin to another volunteer (which they discovered while at Word Up), and a friend to many. He spent a lot of time at the store a while back, and popped in at regular intervals afterward. Multiple people at Word Up have expressed in the last few days how he was extremely thoughtful, often had a joyful spirit, and was a committed activist.

We learned a lot from Hancy—about the systems we battle, and also about community care.

We miss Hancy dearly, and hold his family in our hearts. Friends, family, and comrades will be hosting a vigil at Word Up this Friday 10/29, from 4pm to 8pm. We feel fortunate to be able to come together in a space where Hancy was loved, to remember him and what he cared about.

Rest in Power, Hancy.

#MentalHealthMatters #RIPHancy

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/25/2021

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post

10/23/2021

Help find former volunteer and friend Hancy Rodriguez! #findhancy

Repost from @cmonlupie
⚠️ ⚠️🙏🏽NEW FLYER PLEASE SHARE #FindHancy ⚠️⚠️Videos of when he was last seen. Please look below for a description of what he was wearing:

Please use the Hashtag #FindHancy . Last seen wearing:

5’8 Yankee baseball cap, black hoodie, black mask, black Jansport bookbag, gray slacks and Merrill sneakers

Help find former volunteer and friend Hancy Rodriguez! #findhancy

Repost from @cmonlupie
⚠️ ⚠️🙏🏽NEW FLYER PLEASE SHARE #FindHancy ⚠️⚠️Videos of when he was last seen. Please look below for a description of what he was wearing:

Please use the Hashtag #FindHancy . Last seen wearing:

5’8 Yankee baseball cap, black hoodie, black mask, black Jansport bookbag, gray slacks and Merrill sneakers

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/22/2021

Last Saturday we had a party for the one year anniversary of the People’s Fridge at Word Up with our neighbors ❤️ We celebrated with delicious local food and by taking polaroids and playing millennial lotería 🤣 Thank you to everyone who came by and MIL GRACIAS to all the organizers of the People’s Fridge that keep it going! We’ll celebrate again when the new fridge is out and painted 💅

Thank you @clarionbooks & @versifybooks for the book donation to FAMALAM, a mutual aid collaborating to bring fresh food and literature to our communities between @peoplesfridgewordup @thepeoplespeoplesfridge @sugarhillfridge & @lamorada & Word Up!

10/18 - Mother/land Poetry Reading at Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria 10/18/2021

10/18 - Mother/land Poetry Reading at Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria

TONIGHT

10/18 - Mother/land Poetry Reading at Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria Get tickets and support Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria by becoming a member

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/18/2021

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Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/17/2021

"Mother/land," winner of the 2020 Hudson Prize and recently shortlisted for the 2021 Chicago Review of Books award for poetry (congrats!!), is focused on the intersection of motherhood and immigration and its effects on a speaker’s relationship to place, others and self. It investigates the mutual and compounding complications of these two shifts in identity while examining legacy, history, ancestry, land, home, and language.⁠⁠
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Join us TOMORROW for a poetry reading to celebrate Ananda Lima's new collection in paperback with special guest poets Marina Carreira, Emily Lee Luan, Xandria Phillips, and Felicia Zamora. ⁠⁠
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🎟 RSVP at WithFriends.co/WordUp ⁠⁠
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🛒 Purchase a copy of "Mother/land" and other featured books at WordUpBooks.com/Events

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/15/2021

All EL GRAN COMBOs are now available on our Youtube page! Catch the star-studded events that were jam packed with 𝔪ú𝔰𝔦𝔠𝔞, 𝔰𝔬𝔫𝔯𝔦𝔰𝔞𝔰, & 𝖈𝖔𝖓𝖛𝖊𝖗𝖘𝖆𝖈𝖎ó𝖓 𝖘𝖎𝖌𝖓𝖎𝖋𝖎𝖈𝖆𝖙𝖎𝖛𝖆. Watch the 2021 Non-Fiction Edition featuring Jaquira Díaz, Jennifer De Leon, Daisy Hernandez, Quiara Alegria Hudes, and Maria Hinojosa, featuring Angie Cruz and Arianna Davis as moderators, and reps from Mil Mundos Books, Loyalty Bookstores, Duende District, and Kew & Willow Books. ⁠⁠
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Watch this, all El Gran Combos, and more past events on Youtube.com/WordUpBooks

10/14/2021

Doodle & Donate Draw-Off

10/14 - Doodle & Donate Draw-Off with Raúl the Third, Jacqueline Alcántara, Juana Medina, and Tom Lichtenheld at Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria 10/14/2021

10/14 - Doodle & Donate Draw-Off with Raúl the Third, Jacqueline Alcántara, Juana Medina, and Tom Lichtenheld at Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria

TONIGHT we have a VERY special event with some amazing kids book illustrators -- Raúl the Third, Jacqueline Alcántara, and Tom Lichtenheld!!

If you purchase any of their books, another book will be donated!

10/14 - Doodle & Donate Draw-Off with Raúl the Third, Jacqueline Alcántara, Juana Medina, and Tom Lichtenheld at Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria Get tickets and support Word Up Community Bookshop / Librería Comunitaria by becoming a member

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/12/2021

[rescheduled] In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, join Word Up for a special outdoor story time with Jessenia & Natalie Rios, coauthors of Travel con Lola! This story time will take place at Adventure Playground (164th St. and Edgecombe Ave.). In the event of rain, the program will be canceled. ⁠⁠
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Inspired by their own childhood memories, Natalie and Jessenia Rios—first-generation Dominican American sisters—are embarking young readers into a cultural and educational journey to the Dominican Republic, hoping to make them understand the value of differences and more accepting of others and other cultural differences.⁠⁠
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🎟 RSVP at WithFriends.co/WordUp ⁠⁠
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🛒 Purchase a copy of "Travel Con Lola" at WordUpBooks.com/Events

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/11/2021

Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day! Here are some books we have in store and that we love. Every day is an opportunity to reflect on who's land we currently live on -- Word Up is located on Munsee Lenape & Wappinger land -- and to read more books by indigenous individuals from those lands.
If you're looking for more recommendations of Indigenous peoples' literature for adults and children, check out our books lists (linked in bio)!

And see our DECOLONIZATION book list at WordUpBooks.com/Decolonization⁠

#indigenouspeoplesday #indigenous #indigenousart #decolonization

Photos from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria's post 10/09/2021

We ♥️ our local authors! Thank you Alexis Daria, Matthew Spady & Felipe Galindo for coming in to sign some more books this past week! ⁠⁠
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You can now get signed copies of "A Lot Like Adios," "The Neighborhood Manhattan Forgot: Audubon Park and the Families Who Shaped It," "Taking Liberties," and "George Washington Back in New York City" in-store or online at WordUpBooks.com

📚Word Up - Oct 2021: Poetry, doodles, tutus, ¡y más! 10/08/2021

📚Word Up - Oct 2021: Poetry, doodles, tutus, ¡y más!

OCTOBER Newsletter out now!

Learn about what we've been up to and all the amazing events we have coming up ♥️

📚Word Up - Oct 2021: Poetry, doodles, tutus, ¡y más! The Earth Defenders Initiative is an afterschool program for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders interested in learning about and engaging with the urban ecology and publicly shared outdoor spaces of Washington Heights. This program meets weekly on Thursdays, 3:30-5:30pm, till November 18th. Earth Defenders wi...

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WHAT IS WORD UP?
Word Up is a multilingual, general-interest community bookshop and arts space in Washington Heights, New York City, committed to preserving and building a neighborhood in which all residents help each other to live better informed and more expressive lives, using books as an instrument of reciprocal education and exchange, empowering not only themselves, but their community.

Word Up is run by volunteers from the uptown community. By hosting readings, concerts, screenings, art exhibitions, talks and workshops, community meetings, and other activities for kids and adults, we do our best to support and fortify the creative spirit unique to our diverse, uptown community.

Word Up is a program of the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization Seven Stories Institute, whose mission is to provide necessary books to communities that do not otherwise have access to them, to stimulate discussion of important policy issues within those communities who have the most to lose in the current political and economic crises but have the least access to the terms of the debate.

VERY BRIEF HISTORY OF WORD UP
Word Up began as a one-month pop-up shop in June 2011 on the corner of 176th Street and Broadway, then stayed open for over a year at its original location because of overwhelming community demand. After a new landlord ended the original lease, the volunteer collective continued to distribute books and program events. The collective launched a successful fundraising campaign in late 2012, raising more than $70,000 from more than 800 funders, to reopen Word Up in its current, permanent location at 165th Street and Amsterdam Avenue on July 26, 2013.

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Doodle & Donate Draw-Off
SAGA BOY Reading with Antonio Michael Downing & Ed Pavlić
Word Up Saturday Morning Story Time
BIG APPLE DIARIES Virtual Launch
Word Up Saturday Morning Storytime
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