Family Secrets: The common adage “blood is thicker than water” doesn’t guarantee that family members will always be faithful and truthful to one another. Compelling new work from Joyce Carol Oates (A Book of American Martyrs), Lauren Sanders (The Book of Love and Hate), and Karl Ove Knausgaard (Autumn) illustrates the pain and drama of […]
Killer Crime-Fiction: Crime-Fiction may inspire thoughts of a scandalous murder and a magnifying glass, but these novels are more nuanced, and related to the real world, than a simple detective hunting for clues. Joyce Carol Oates (A Book of American Martyrs), Nelson George (To Funk and Die in L.A.), and Ben H. Winters (Underground Airlines) […]
Eric Morse, author of What Is Hip-Hop? and What Is Punk?, will lead a workshop as part of Children’s Day at the Brooklyn Book Festival, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, 4th Floor.
THIS IS AN OFFICIAL 2017 BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL EVENT featuring New Haven Noir contributor and editor Amy Bloom, New Haven Noir contributor Roxana Robinson, and special guest, novelist and Long Island Noir contributor Jane Ciabattari.