The Literary Freedom Project is committed to creating spaces that help readers reconnect to books. Our programs value the variety of cultures found in the Bronx and give people places to come together, build community, and explore histories. We believe that by providing spaces to talk about our culture, we’re rebuilding communities of booklovers.

LFP presents One Book One Bronx, develops literature-based lesson plans & workshops, publishes Mosaic, and hosts the Mosaic Literary Conference.

One Book One Bronx
One Book One Bronx is a new style book club that bring neighbors and family together to read and discuss one book that reflects that community. Books are selected that inspire, encourage, and delight readers.

Literary Lesson Plans & Workshops
LFP develops lesson plans and workshops that connect secondary school educators to ways in which social and cultural studies can be explored directly and through literature. Click here for additional information.

Mosaic Literary Conference
MLC provides a platform for literature-based creative thinking and knowledge sharing. Each year we invite the community and artists to participate in a variety of literature-focused events.

Launched in 1998, Mosaic explores the literary arts by writers of African descent and focuses primarily on interviews, essays, and book reviews.

LFP is a member of the Urban Arts Cooperative -supporting artists in underserved communities.