Photos from Brooklyn Bookfest 2012

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Cast Your Vote on the Brooklyn Bookfest App

The Brooklyn Bookfest is just two days away!  A reminder:

Sunday, September 23, 5pm: BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL
Saint Francis Auditorium (180 Remsen Street)

Nothing Ever Breaks But the Heart. Novels that span generations and continents to remind us to tread lightly when following the heart. Stewart O’Nan (The Odds), Gail Tsukiyama (A Hundred Flowers) and Terry McMillan (Getting to Happy) read and discuss their work. Moderated by Jeffrey Lependorf, CLMP.

You can get festival info on your iPhones and Android smartphones via iTunes and GooglePlay.  When you get the app, there’s a “AT&T Fan Fave” button — vote for Stewart!  You can vote once a day.  For detailed information, check out the info below.

9/22 & 9/23: Conversations and Connections & Brooklyn Bookfest!

9/22, Saturday, 2:15pm – Keynote Speaker
Conversations and Connections Philadelphia 2012 – Conversations and Connections brings together an eclectic mix of writers and editors for an all-day conference in the heart of Philadelphia.  Stewart will be the keynote speaker at the event!

9/23, Sunday, 5pm: BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL – Saint Francis Auditorium (180 Remsen Street)
Nothing Ever Breaks But the Heart. Novels that span generations and continents to remind us to tread lightly when following the heart. Stewart O’Nan (The Odds), Gail Tsukiyama (A Hundred Flowers) and Terry McMillan (Getting to Happy) read and discuss their work. Moderated by Jeffrey Lependorf, CLMP.

The Bookfest will be held at Brooklyn Borough Hall and Plaza, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn NY 11201.

Brooklyn Bookfest

Sunday, September 12, 2010

10am: How Things Shake Out. Stewart O’Nan (Songs For the Missing), Siri Hustvedt (The Shaking Woman) and T Cooper, The Beaufort Diaries read from their new books and discuss the intersection of reality and fiction. ST. FRANCIS MARONEY SCREENING ROOM

2pm: What Fresh Hell is This? Imagine you’re stuck someplace. You can’t get out. The behavior of everyone around you continually increases your discomfort. Now what do you do? Readings by Sigrid Nunez, Stewart O’Nan, and Benjamin Percy, followed by Q&A. ST. FRANCIS READING ROOM

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