|Venue:||Brooklyn Borough Hall|
|Address:||209 Joralemon St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Come see us at booth 307.
The Brooklyn Book Festival is the largest free literary event in New York City, presenting an array of national and international literary stars and emerging authors. One of America’s premier book festivals, this hip, smart diverse gathering attracts thousands of book lovers of all ages to enjoy authors and the festival’s lively literary marketplace.
|Venue:||Brooklyn Historical Society|
|Address:||128 Pierrepont Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Two award-winning, master storytellers discuss their newest books and how their unique fictional voices emerge across different mediums and genres. Adrian Tomine, author of the anticipated Killing and Dying, will be in conversation with prolific author and masterful storyteller A.M. Homes (May We Be Forgiven). Moderated by Paris Review managing editor Nicole Rudick.
|Venue:||Fashion Institute of Technology: Katie Murphy Amphitheatre|
|Address:||227 W 27th St
New York, NY 10001
The New York Times Magazine, The Paris Review, and Aperture magazine have all recently undergone extensive redesigns, each with far-reaching results. The three art directors involved in for these redesign efforts—Michael Famighetti at Aperture, Gail Bichler at the New York Times Magazine, and Charlotte Strick at The Paris Review—will talk about how the initiatives materialized, what the expectations were, what the verdict is so far; and whether redesign efforts reflect or lead evolutionary development in mission and content.
The program will be moderated by Pentagram New York partner Luke Hayman.
|Address:||Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
New York, New York 10128
In this latest installment, poet Nathaniel Mackey—winner of this year's Bollingen Prize—will read from his work and sit for a conversation with Cathy Park Hong. "His poetry ambitiously continues an American bardic line that unfolds from Leaves of Grass to Pound’s Cantos to H.D.’s Trilogy to Olson’s The Maximus Poems, winds through the whole of Robert Duncan’s work and extends beyond all of these,” wrote Don Share. “Mackey’s own rare combinations create an astonishing and resounding effect: his words go where music goes.