Literary Greenwich Village Tote
Throughout the years, the Village has been home to many writers, intellectuals, and artists closely associated with The New York Review of Books, among them W. H. Auden, James Baldwin, Edmund Wilson, Mary McCarthy, and Joseph Brodsky. The work of scores of other Village residents, including Henry James, Djuna Barnes, Eugene O'Neill, James Baldwin, and Dawn Powell, have also been reviewed in our pages. The New York Review of Books tote bag features a beautiful vintage map of Greenwich Village, where our offices are located, and neighborhood sites associated with these and many more writers. (We also mark the sites of a few historic watering holes.) The tote is sturdy but lightweight, ideal for shopping and, of course, carrying your favorite books. It's made of water-resistant woven polypropylene and measures a generous 15.75" w x15.35" h x 5.9" d.