FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL WELCOMES BACK AUTHORS AND AUDIENCE FOR LIVE FESTIVAL IN DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN AND VIRTUALLY ON THE GLOBAL STAGE

BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL WELCOMES BACK AUTHORS AND AUDIENCE FOR LIVE FESTIVAL IN DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN AND VIRTUALLY ON THE GLOBAL STAGE TOI DERRICOTTE, POET AND FOUNDER OF CAVE CANEM, TO RECEIVE FESTIVAL’S ANNUAL “BoBi” AWARD RODRIGO CORRAL DESIGNS 2021 FESTIVAL ART POSTER Literary stars pack BKBF’s fall lineup for in person and virtual programs including: Hanif […]

The BKBF Interview: Zoraida Córdova

The BKBF Interview continues this week with author Zoraida Córdova. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s Children’s Day authors. Tune in on Saturday, October 3 as Zoraida Córdova and fellow authors bring their characters to life in the BKBF event, “A Winning Personality.” Where is your favorite place to read and […]

The BKBF Interview: Tami Charles

The BKBF Interview continues this week with author Tami Charles. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s Children’s Day authors. Tune in on Saturday, October 3 at 10:30am as Tami Charles, author of the picture book All Because You Matter, joins us for BKBF Children’s Day.  Where is your favorite place to […]

The BKBF Interview: Lauren Francis-Sharma

The BKBF Interview continues this week with Lauren Francis-Sharma, author of ‘Til the Well Runs Dry and Book of the Little Axe. Tune in on Sunday, October 4 at 10PM as Lauren Francis-Sharma joins fellow novelists in a BKBF panel discussion about “Women on the Verge”.  Where is your favorite place to read and why? The sensation of reading outdoors creates, […]

The BKBF Interview: Meg Medina

The BKBF Interview continues this week with award-winning author Meg Medina. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s authors. Tune in on Saturday, October 3 at 10am as Meg Medina, author of the picture book Evelyn Del Rey is Moving Away, kicks off the BKBF Children’s Day.  Where is your favorite place to read and why?I […]

The BKBF Interview: Kevin Nguyen

The BKBF Interview continues this week with award-winning author Kevin Nguyen. BKBF interviews Kevin Nguyen, author of the novel, New Waves. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s Festival authors. Tune in on Sunday, October 4 as Kevin Nguyen joins fellow novelists in a BKBF panel discussion.  Where is your favorite place to […]

The BKBF Interview: Brandy Colbert

The BKBF Interview continues this week with author Brandy Colbert. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s exciting young adult authors. BKBF interviews Brandy Colbert, author of The Voting Booth. Tune in on Saturday, October 3 as Brandy Colbert joins fellow young adult novelists in a BKBF panel discussion.  What’s the last […]

The BKBF Interview: Yao Xiao

The BKBF Interview continues this week with author Yao Xiao. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s Festival authors. BKBF interviews Yao Xiao, debut author of the graphic novel, Everything Is Beautiful, And I’m Not Afraid. Tune in on Sunday, October 4 as Yao Xiao joins fellow creators in a BKBF panel discussion.  Where is […]

The BKBF Interview: Aisha Saeed

The BKBF Interview continues this week with bestselling author Aisha Saeed. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s YA Out Loud authors. BKBF interviews Aisha Saeed, co-author with Becky Albertalli of Yes No Maybe So. Tune in on Saturday, October 3 as Aisha Saeed joins fellow young adult novelists in a BKBF panel discussion. Where is your […]

The BKBF Interview: Brit Bennett

The BKBF Interview kicks off this week with award-winning author Brit Bennett. This weekly series of Q&As features some of this year’s Festival authors. BKBF interviews Brit Bennett, author of The Mothers and most recently The Vanishing Half. Tune in on Sunday, October 4 as Brit Bennett joins fellow novelists in a BKBF panel discussion.  Where is your […]

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