Joe Meno presents his new novel Book of Extraordinary Tragedies in person at the Brooklyn Book Festival, program details including exact venue and time TBD.
Don Lee presents his story collection The Partitioin in person at the Brooklyn Book Festival, program details including exact time and venue TBD.
Elizabeth Nunez presents her novel Now Lila Knows in person at the Brooklyn Book Festival. Program details, including exact time and venue, TBD.
M. Chris Fabricant presents his book Junk Science and the American Criminal Justice System in person at the Brooklyn Book Festival. Program details, including exact time and venue, TBD.
Noon. Struggling to Survive: featuring Joe Meno, Weike Wang, & Ernesto Mestre-Reed; moderated by MJ Franklin. How do we persevere in the face of disaster? In Weike Wang’s Joan is Okay, a young ICU doctor faces sudden upheaval in her family just as the coronavirus pandemic throws the world into disarray. A man searches for […]
Please note: our virtual events are listed in Eastern time (ET). “Blurred Realities” virtual panel: A dystopian London, a child caught in the midst of a deadly epidemic, and a grieving taxi driver in a ghostly Washington, D.C. Join the authors of A River Called Time (Courttia Newland), Phase Six (Jim Shepard), and Creatures of Passage (Morowa Yejidé) for a conversation […]
Panel: “Inspired by a True Story” Everyday lives and experiences feed into the creative force behind these powerful books, from exploring the Latinx diaspora through fifteen different voices and the trials and triumphs of growing up Black and queer, to the life of a Jamaican-American teen on the cusp adulthood, a worldwide pandemic, and a […]
This live, in-person Brooklyn Book Festival event will be hosted at St. Francis College (180 Remsen Street). Panel: “The Meaning of Home” Complex lives and motives are at the core of every home, and in this program, three authors discuss how families embody sacrifice, loss, and renewal. In K’wan’s The Reluctant King, the fun-loving protagonist […]