Again and again I find myself crossing the East River to visit that mecca of literature that is Brooklyn. It does seem that this is now the borough with the highest concentration of writers, particularly younger writers, and thus also of readings. One apparently also finds independent bookstores galore on NYC’s rive gauche. One of them is called Unnameable Books, and I’ll be reading there tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. along with Idra Novey, a talented young translator from the Spanish and Portuguese. If you’re in the neighborhood (Prospect Heights, to be precise), please stop by to hear us! The address is 600 Vanderbilt Ave., between Prospect and St. Marks.