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Largest Free Literary Festival in New York 📚
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 20
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BOOKMARKS YOU'VE EVER SEEN ... that's our gift to you when you donate to . Programming is free to the public thanks to the generous support of book lovers like you. Please give!
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Newtown Literary Sep 18
Thanks to , , and for a fun Friday night at . Thanks also to and .
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 20
Efficient! ... and terrifying?
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 20
No need to apologize -- why carry a tote if not to be salacious?! 😋
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Dutch Culture USA Sep 18
Junior Cultural Officers Laurèn Schrijvers and Mart Revenberg attended a great reading by at last Sunday! Jaap will tour the US with his new book "You Have Me To Love" this fall, so stay tuned for more updates
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Library of America Sep 18
Sincere thanks to all our friends and fans who came to see us on Sunday. Relive the magic with our photo gallery:
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Chaya Bhuvaneswar Sep 18
was so honored to be on the main stage at brooklyn borough hall w/ these amazing authors at !! touched also by the founder getting onstage and championing us, describing selection process (5 out of hundreds, a 57-book "shortlist"). only 1 thing: comrades come visit me!! xo
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32 across Sep 18
here's an article about the panel on "art of the accused"--long-planned and super-timely via
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 20
., the student paper of Cultural and Programming Partner , covers this year's festival!
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Jennifer A. Maguire Sep 19
Thank you for covering the panel at featuring Greenlight Bookstore, Rich Kelley, & myself.
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The Writing Program Sep 19
Congrats to and , (both Poetry 2009), who spoke at the panel"Poetry of Intimacy and Violence" at this week's . Pitt is everywhere.
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 20
Tune in (when? NOW!) to for the magical of talking !
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 17
. has us wishing we could do it all over again! What a fantastic weekend, and these are just some of the highlights!
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 17
That question every New Yorker asks themselves, at one time or another: "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" This storytelling session features writers from NYC and Kingston, NY. Tonight at 7PM, FREE, /
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 17
"Hidden Histories," a Bookend w/ (The Strange Case of Doctor Couney), Donna Baier Stein (The Silver Baron's Wife), (Fingerprints of Previous Owners). FREE, tonight at 7PM, at
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R. Sikoryak Sep 16
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Amitava Kumar Sep 16
Breaking: A writer who was not on my panel insisted on signing books next to me .
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Brooklyn Daily Eagle Sep 17
Five debut authors discuss hope and self-preservation at
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 17
Prize-winning historian & author Doris Kearns Goodwin w/ Bill Goldstein, tonight at 7pm (FREE, presented by ) Are leaders born or made? In "Leadership in Turbulent Times," Goodwin shares stories of authentic leadership in times of fracture.
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BrooklynBookFestival Sep 17
Bookends continue tonight! 6:30PM at : Jennifer Egan (Manhattan Beach); Meredith Wisner, former Asst. Director of Archives at ; researcher/oral historian Zaheer Ali of in conversation.
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