Sunday Sep 22
Borough Hall, Brooklyn
Saturday Sep 21
MetroTech Commons, Brooklyn
September 16 - 23
Highlights from the #BKBF 2018
Akwaeke Emezi’s “to be read” stack is constantly on the move! From her coffee table to alongside her plants, see what titles top the pile.
What moment does the author consider “one of the most transformative moments” of her life? Read on!
What books are stacked next to Marcia Douglas’ bed, waiting to be read? Find out!
Everyone should have a godmother like Carmen Maria Machado’s, who gives books every time you see them!
Everyone needs a Miss Feldman in their life, just like author Linda Greenhouse!
Artwork beautifully captures Brooklyn’s voracious readers as they are, armed with a book wherever they go!
Fresh off its Instagram debut!
How many dime-store noir novels could you read in seven months? For Ed Piskor, the answer is …
Reading as a child, what book made Eve L. Ewing exclaim, “This is just like my life!”? The answer is in this week’s interview.
We are excited to introduce The BKBF Interview, an ongoing series of Q&As with some of this year’s featured authors.
The Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council announced, on June 13th, the 2018 “Best of Broklyn” (BoBi) awardee, N.K. Jemisin, and revealed the first 150-plus authors slated for #BKBF 2018!
The Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council announced the initial line-up of authors from around the world. BKBF also announced that N.K. Jemisin will be the recipient of the annual “Best of Brooklyn” (BoBi) award.