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.
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“When Home Is Not Home at All.” Featuring Hirsh Sawhney (South Haven), Louisa Ermelino (Malafemmena), and Antonio Ruiz-Camacho (Barefoot Dogs).
Three imaginative and fantastical narratives from authors Susan Daitch (The Lost Civilization of Suolucidir), Granta magazine co-founder Jonathan Levi (Septimania) and Booker Prize winner Salman Rushdie (Two Years Eight Months and 28 Nights). A postmodern adventure novel set in the Middle East; an absurd romp through history, the arts, and the human soul; and a […]
“Brutality and Faith.” Ann Hood’s Providence Noir and Phil Klay’s Redeployment are linked story collections that create a panoramic view of the violence and optimism in each setting, while K’wan’s No Shade illustrates these themes through the unforeseen twists of planning a wedding. These acclaimed authors discuss how these themes unfold in their writing. Moderated […]
“David Simon and Nelson George in Conversation.” Authors and TV writers/producers David Simon (The Wire, Treme, Homicide) and Nelson George (The Lost Treasures of R&B, The Get Down) discuss the growing reliance on novelists as writers for television series, as well as other challenges of working in multiple formats and genres. Moderated by Farai Chideya (Innovating […]