Truman Capote wrote much of his most famous book, In Cold Blood, in a basement apartment on Willow Street, a place so beloved he named his memoir, A House on the Heights, after it. On Monday, April 26th at 8PM Capote-lovers–and Brooklyn architecture lovers, too–can gather in his home and hear that memoir, along with others of his famous works, in an evening of literary readings. The reading and accompanying musical performances are set to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Brooklyn Heights Association, the oldest neighborhood association in New York City. We are extremely proud to be the exclusive sponsor of the evening, and excited about partnering with the BHA to celebrate the neighborhood’s history as well as its future. There are still a few tickets left. To purchase them, RSVP to the Auster Agency at 718.243.1414 or email@example.com.