When it comes to “favorite reading location,” are you #TeamTable or #TeamTrain?
The BKBF Interview with Dave Cullen, author of Parkland: Birth of a Movement. Where is your favorite place to read? My overstuffed couch with the big puffy arm-rests. I like to be comfy so I can get lost in the book. (New challenger: the cozy new zero-gravity chair on my tiny balcony among the […]
Tottering like a tower of Jenga blocks, that’s how you’ll find Bill McKibben’s To-Be-Read stack!
When you’re still turning a book over in your head, years later, that’s a book you want to share with others <3
Finish this sentence: “All books should make you feel _____.” Does your response echo Angie Manfredi’s?
One person’s “too long to read, let’s incinerate” book is Scott Westerfeld’s literary treasure!
The complete schedule for a full week of literary events celebrating more than 300 authors and 250 publishers and booksellers in Downtown Brooklyn
Who’s giving author Ryan Chapman the stink eye while he’s reading on the deck?!
Award-winning and bestselling children’s book authors and illustrators are set to wow young fans with readings, workshops and performances on Saturday, September 21
The BKBF Children’s Day celebrates its 5th anniversary this year with an exciting lineup of authors, illustrators, workshops and activities for kids ages 2 to 11, including a costume parade, a scavenger hunt, bookmaking, bilingual programs and more.
What is author and illustrator Lucy Knisley’s favorite kind of adventure?
Who always lives “happily ever after” in Joyce Carol Oates’ children’s books? Find meowt *wink*.
The question isn’t “where does Mira Jacob locate her ‘to be read’ stack,” it’s more “where in Mira’s apartment isn’t there a mini-stack or two?!”
When riding the G train, don’t be surprised to see Marlon James lost in a book!
Brooklyn Book Festival Debuts Official 2019 Festival Art Poster by award-winning illustrator Raúl Colón
The Brooklyn Book Festival (BKBF), New York City’s largest free literary festival, has unveiled this year’s poster created by award-winning artist Raúl Colón.
The Brooklyn Book Festival has unveiled its 2019 official festival poster, by award-winning artist Raúl Colón.
How does author Jericho Brown organize his “to be read” stack of books?
You can catch author Mary Norris reading on this lettered subway line …
Nicole Dennis-Benn loves a good sidewalk book find (who doesn’t?!).
The BKBF Interview with Mo Willems, BoBi Award winner and author of The Pigeon Has to Go to School!
The Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council announces the initial 150 plus authors for the 2019 festival.