On Thursday, Brooklyn Apple President Marty Markowitz and the Brooklyn Arcane Council announced the “Bookends” programming to be captivated throughout the apple from September 16th until the 22nd, arch up to eighth annual Brooklyn Book Festival, accurate by AT&T, on Sunday, September 22, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
These different literary-themed events, all chargeless or bargain to attendees, accommodate blur screenings, parties, arcane amateur and columnist appearances; they will be captivated at clubs, bookstores, parks, theaters and libraries beyond Brooklyn. Authors ambit from the iconic Edwidge Danticat and E.L. Doctorow to the hip Jennifer Gilmore and Ron Sheffield, as able-bodied as a 15-year-old author, Tori Nighthawk.
“What bigger way to activate our Brooklyn Book Ceremony than with a ‘Bookend’ or two?” said Apple President Markowitz. “These claiming are admirable celebrations of Brooklyn’s affluent arcane culture, area the abracadabra of books literal-ly jump ‘off the page’ and into bounded fun-filled venues. For admirers adolescent and old, no amount what your anniversary interest, there will be belief to acquaint from this year’s ‘Bookends’!”
There will be abundant arcane trivia sessions, appropriate columnist readings and alternate claiming that bisect books with food, art, music, movies, sports, history, animals and more. Hands-on opportunities accommodate photography workshops, accessible mic sessions, arcane architecture and a book angle contest.
“One of the better areas of advance for the ceremony in the accomplished few years has been with our Bookend events, which accept added abounding layers of abyss to our programming,” said Johnny Temple, the chair of the Brooklyn Arcane Council. “We’ve consistently prided ourselves on how the Brooklyn Book Ceremony offers article for everyone, and our Bookend claiming allowance this accord by accouterment abounding added venues, abounding added authors, and abounding added audiences to what is now broadly accustomed as one of the actual best arcane claiming in the United States.”
2013 Brooklyn Book Ceremony Bookend Events
Visit http://www.brooklynbookfestival.org/BBF/BookendEvents for Updates
Monday, September 16
Literary Worlds: An Aperture Night Affair for Brooklyn Book Ceremony Bookends. Navel, shoe, and stargazers unite! Electric Literature, Gigantic, and Tumblr present Arcane Worlds, a Brooklyn Book Ceremony Bookends aperture night affair featuring the best dancing, sparkling conversation, analytic priced cocktails, and bookish fun this ancillary of the Milky Way.
Location: The Bell House, 149 7th St.
Time: 7:00 PMPrice: Free
What’s So Arcane About Brooklyn? Brooklyn is advised the epicenter of abreast arcane culture, but why? Find out how abundant you apperceive about Brooklyn authors and books by joining The Coffin Factory for a night of trivia, with participants adopted from the Brooklyn arcane scene: author, agent, and editor John M. Cusick of Armchair/Shotgun, Henry Stewart of The L Magazine and Brooklyn Magazine, and Penina Roth, curator, Franklin Park Anniversary Series. Location: BookCourt, 163 Court St. (btw. Pacific and Dean Sts.)Time: 7:00 PMPrice: Free Website: www.thecoffinfactory.com, www.bookcourt.com
E.L. Doctorow, Lorin Stein and Chip McGrath on John O’Hara. Historical novelist E.L. Doctorow, Paris Review editorLorin Stein and The New York Times writer-at-large Chip McGrath discuss John O’Hara, who’s had added belief appear in The New Yorker than anyone in the history of the magazine. Moderated by Steven Goldleaf. Presented by powerHouse Arena Penguin Classics.Location: powerHouse Arena, 37 Main St. at Water St. Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PMPrice: Free Website: www.powerhousearena.com
Explore Brooklyn Art Library and Accord to the Sketchbook Project. Stop by during Book Ceremony ceremony to accord a album to the official Brooklyn Book Ceremony sketchbook. *This accident will activity every day until September 21.
Location: Brooklyn Art Library, 103 N 3rd St.
Time: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday, September 17
BBTB: Paul Harding in Chat with Michele Filgate, presented by Brooklyn Public Library, Association Bookstore & Congregation Beth Elohim. Harding discusses his additional novel Enon which follows a appearance from his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Tinkers. Location: Dweck Center, Brooklyn Public Library. 10 Grand Army Plaza (at Flatbush Ave. and Eastern Pkwy)Time: 7:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.cbebk.org/brooklynbythebook
Catch as Catch Can with Ben Sargent. Greenpoint citizen and apostate fisherman Ben Sargent preps recipes from his new book, The Catch, at the Brooklyn Kitchen. Sustainable seafood snacks, bounded beer, and columnist Q&A with tales of the aerial seas. Co-sponsored by Slow Aliment NYC and the Aliment Book Fair.Location: The Brooklyn Kitchen. 100 Frost St., access on Meeker Ave. (btw. Frost & Leonard St.)Time: 6:30 PMPrice: $10Website: www.thebrooklynkitchen.com
Nerd Jeopardy! Everyone’s admired arcane trivia night returns! Three teams of three attack for celebrity in the accustomed “Jeopardy!” format. Wine, prizes, and a abruptness columnist or two. Hosted by Ryan Chapman and sponsored by Atavist Books. Participating authors include Jennifer Gilmore and Jonathan Ames.Location: BookCourt, 163 Court St. (btw. Pacific and Dean St)Time: 7:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.bookcourt.com
ringShout: A Place For Black Abstract celebrates its 4th ceremony anniversary series. Join ringShout for its ceremony Bookend black of readings and conversations with three agitative new writers of the African Diaspora: Kiese Laymon(Long Division), Sheri Booker (Nine Years Under) and Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah, anniversary from her work-in-progress. Co-sponsored by the Franklin Park Anniversary Series. Media abutment by Bold As Love Magazine.Location: Franklin Park Bar and Beer Garden, 618 St. John’s Place btw. Classon Ave. & Franklin Ave. Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMPrice: $6 (includes one drink)Website: www.theringshout.com, www.franklinparkbrooklyn.com
Imprint Launch: Lizzie Skurnick Books, with Lois Duncan. Jezebel.com columnist and author Lizzie Skurnickcelebrates the barrage of her Brooklyn-based publishing imprint, which will broadcast admired out-of-print YA novels. YA novelist Lois Duncan will join.Location: powerHouse Arena, 37 Main St. at Water St. (DUMBO)Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.powerhousearena.com
Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark. Author Tony Robins, New York Transit Building Director Gabrielle Shubert and archivist Carey Stumm discuss the circuitous and alluring activity of researching and autograph the new book, Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark.Location: New York Transit Museum, 130 Livingston St. (Corner of Boerum Place & Schermerhorn St.)Time: 6:30 PMPrice: Free Website: www.mta.info/museum
Animal Farm Anniversary Series. Animal Farm is Brooklyn’s destination for the newest and best writing, in any genre, with a abusive and/or analytical point of view. Featuring Adam Langer (The Thieves of Manhattan), Kiese Laymon (Long Division),Erin Gloria Ryan, and Jennifer DeMeritt.Location: Over the Eight, 594 Union Ave. at North 11th St.Time: 8:00 PMLocation: Free Website: www.animalfarmnyc.com
Wednesday, September 18th
ABC Trivia. Huffington Post Books teams up with the Council of Arcane Magazines and Presses for the third chapter of ABC (arts, books, and culture) trivia. Co-hosted by CLMP editors Rob Spillman (Tin House) and Hannah Tinti (One Story), this team-based showdown is dive bar quiz with a arcane twist. Are you up for the challenge? Analysis yourself with acceleration circuit like Name That Cover, Aboriginal Line/Last Line, and more. Don’t absence this adventitious to alcohol in the name of reading, vie for the best bedlam prize, and win aloof rights forever. Location: 61 Local, 61 Bergen St.Time: 7:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: http://clmporg.tumblr.com/events
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Fellow Travelers. This anniversary appearance two up-and advancing NYC-based authors: Chavisa Woods (The Albino Album) and Stephen Boyer (Parasite), whose novels chase the lives of anomalous boyish runaways, one in chase of accurate adulation and the added in chase of article to draft up. With appropriate bedfellow poet Tommy Pico.Location: Goodbye Blue Monday, 1087 Broadway (Btw. Broadway & Lawton)Time: 7:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.goodbye-blue-monday.com, www.sevenstories.com, www.publicationstudio.biz
Book Launch: Oil & Honey by Bill McKibben. In this claimed anniversary of altitude activism, the bestselling columnist and environmentalist leads a beef adjoin the architecture of the Keystone XL activity and helps accession hives with a Vermont beekeeper.Location: powerHouse Arena, 37 Main St. at Water St.Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.powerhousearena.com
Secrets of Publishing Panel. The panel, aimed at students, will discharge the secrets of how to breach into publishing book reviews, features, fiction and album books, with panelists: agent Julie Just; Norton book editor Tom Mayer; New York Times editor Jennifer McDonald; O.com book editor Leigh Newman; Scribner’s editor Colin Harrison; Brooklyn Raileditor John Reed. Moderated by author/writing professor Susan Shapiro. 10% of all book sales go to PEN Emergency Writer’s Fund. Location: Park Slope Barnes and Nobles, 267 5th Ave.Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMPrice: Free
Pitchapalooza. It’s like American Idol for books: Writers get one minute to angle their books to a console of publishing experts. The champ gets an addition to an abettor or publisher.Location: Dweck Center, Brooklyn Public Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza (Eastern Pkwy and Flatbush Ave.)Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Price: FreeWebsite: www.thebookdoctors.com, www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org
Be Not Proud: Lapham’s Quarterly presents “Death.” A barrage accident for the abatement affair of Lapham’s Quarterly, featuring the autograph of Emily Dickinson, John Donne, Joseph Heller, Mary Roach, Carl Jung, Wallace Stevens, Ovid, W.H. Auden, Albert Camus and more.Location: Community Bookstore, 143 7th Ave. Brooklyn (Btw. Garfield and Carroll)Time: 7:30 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.communitybookstore.net/events
A Ceremony with The Baffler and Melville House. The Baffler and Melville House bless the barrage of Affair 23 ofThe Baffler and the advertisement of James Agee’s Cotton Tenants (co-published by The Baffler and Melville House), withBaffler editors John Summers, Chris Lehmann, and David Graeber. Beer and refreshments provided by Submittable.Location: Melville House, 145 Plymouth St., on the bend of Plymouth and PearlTime: 7:00 PMPrice: Free Website: www.mhpbooks.com
Book Launch: Art Spiegelman presents Co-Mix. Greenlight hosts Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, Art Spiegelman, for the bookstore barrage of his new book Co-Mix: A Retrospective of Comics, Graphics, and Scraps. Spiegelman presents a allocution and slideshow about his assignment and signs copies of Co–Mix for fans.Location: Greenlight Bookstore, 686 Fulton St., bend of South PortlandTime: 7:30 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.greenlightbookstore.com
Soft Shadows: A Ceremony of the Abbreviate Story. Gregory Spatz, Clifford Thompson, Dawn Raffel, and Ron Parsans will apprehend and altercate their assignment and their admired abbreviate stories. Admirers associates will be arrive to allotment the aboriginal branch of their admired abbreviate fiction (open mic style).Location: The Old Stone House of Park Slope, 336 Third St. (btw. 4th and 5th Ave.)Time: 8:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.theoldstonehouse.org, www.facebook.com/brooklynreadingworks
The Films of Alfred Hayes. To bless NYRB’s copy of Alfred Hayes’s novels My Face 8for the Apple to See and In Love, BAMcinematek will present a two day alternation abutting his book appearance to his assignment as a screenwriter, including screenings of his Italian neo-realist films (Bicycle Thieves, Paisan) and his assignment for Hollywood (Human Desire, Clash By Night, The Lusty Men).
Location: BAM, 30 Lafayette Ave. (Btw. Ashland and St. Felix)
Time: 7:00 PM and 9:30 PM
Price: $13/general admission/$8 BAM members
Thursday, September 19th
Librarian Olympics: Dan Wilbur, Carmela Cuiraru and Victor LaValle. A analysis of the brainy and concrete ability of librarians.Location: Rock Shop, 249 4th Ave.Time: 8:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org
Brooklyn Accomplished and Present. Past and accepted Brooklyn historians John B. Manbeck and Ron Schweiger in conversation.Location: Fort Hamilton Senior Recreation Center, 9941 Fort Hamilton Pkwy (btw. 100th St. and Ft. Hamilton)Time: 1:30 – 3:00 PMPrice: Free
Catherine Gigante-Brown’s The El at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. BLDG 92 invites you to footfall aback in time at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Author Catherine Gigante-Brown delivers a affecting anniversary from her active celebrated novel, The El. Sitting amid automated buildings, guests will acquaintance the Yard through the eyes of ten-year old Tiger as he visits his grandfather, shipwright and foreman administering architecture of the USS Brooklyn.Location: Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92, 63 Flushing Ave. (at Carlton and Flushing Ave.). Time: 6:30 PMPrice: $5Website: www.bldg92.org
The Art and Backroom Party: Guernica Magazine, CultureStrike and the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. Folks who anticipate political dissidents are beautiful and busy editors are adult should accompany us to bless online publishing, art, politics, and the end of summer. Come to accept a drink, break for the DJ and the pop-up art affectation featuring posters from CultureStrike artists.
Location: Huckleberry Bar, 588 Grand St. (btw. Lorimer and Leonard)
Time: 7:00 PM (happy hour until 9:00 PM)
Book Signing by Affluent Aste. At the absolute Associates Aperture of the exhibition Abaft Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home 1492-1898, meet Rich Aste, who is the columnist and babysitter of this new exhibition featuring apple chic Spanish Colonial arts and paintings. The absolute exhibition catalogs will be offered at a 15% discount.Location: Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy at Washington Ave.Time: 7:00 pmPrice: $
Reporting Religion: Dispatches from the Fault Line of Christianity and Islam. Eliza Griswold will allege on her 2010 NYT bestselling book, The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches from the Fault Line amid Christianity and Islam. Griswold’s reportage on religion, battle and animal rights and balladry are broadly published. She is currently at assignment on a accumulating of balladry by Afghan women.Location: St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, 157 Montague St. (at Clinton St.)Time: 7:00 PM Price: Free Website: www.stannholytrinity.org
Slam Bam Thank You Ma’am. Literary architecture at its finest. The admirers suggests the prompts, shares assignment and board ceremony other! The antagonism is fueled by the courage of its participants, who all achievement to get their duke in the award-winning bag. Anticipate “Whose Line is it Anyway” alloyed with Henry Rollins.Location: Pacific Standard, 82 Fourth Ave.Time: 7:00 PMPrice: FreeWebsite: www.pbq.drexel.edu, www.pacificstandardbrooklyn.com
Book Barrage & Tribute: A Colossal Wreck: A Alley Cruise Through Political Scandal, Corruption, and American Culture by Alexander Cockburn. Written aloof above-mentioned to his afterlife in July 2012, Cockburn’s anniversary is a bouncy alley cruise through about two decades of American ability and politics. Daisy Cockburn, Laura Flanders, Justin Raimondo, and others apprehend and reflect aloft the backward journalist’s work.Location: powerHouse Arena, 37 Main St. at Water St.Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Late Night Library’s Additional Ceremony Battle of the Acceptance Books. Debut works by poets and writers featured by Ablaze Night Library, including Laren McClung, Sarah Gerkensmeyer, Hannah Rebecca Gamble, and Monica Wesolowska, are alveolate adjoin one addition in an audience-judged, no-holds-barred clash with the champ crowned Backward Night Library’s 2013 Battle of the Books Champion. Hosted by Adam Wilson.
Location: Brooklyn Fire Proof, 119 Ingraham St. (btw. Porter Ave. and Knickerbocker Ave.)
Time: 7:00 – 10:00 PM
The Best in Caribbean Literature, presented by Akashic Books, Bocas Lit Fest, MoCADA, and Caribbean Cultural Theatre. Featuring Robert Antoni (As Flies to Whatless Boys), Montague Kobbé (The Night of the Rambler), Oonya Kempadoo (All Decent Animals), Elsie Augustave (The Roving Tree), Barbara Jenkins (Sic Transit Wagon), Diana McCaulay (Huracan), and Ifeona Fulani (Ten Days in Jamaica).
Location: MoCADA, 80 Hanson Place (btw. S. Portland & S. Elliott)
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Comics Extravaganza. Presenting the acceptance of Argentine comics star Liniers. Featuring alive painting, projections, and music, forth with added aerial contour artists such as Jeff Smith and Francoise Mouly, the accident will accompany calm art and book lovers, comics fans, and the Hispanic community.
Location: BookCourt, 163 Court St. (btw. Pacific & Dean St)
Time: 7:00 PM
The Films of Alfred Hayes. To bless NYRB’s copy of Alfred Hayes’s novels My Face for the Apple to See and In Love. The additional accident in BAMcinematek’s two-day series.
Location: BAM, 30 Lafayette Ave (btw. Ashland and St. Felix)
Time: 7:00 PM and 9:30 PM
Price: $13/general admission/$8 BAM members
Friday, September 20th
Iris Wilson presents FELA! Let Music Be The Weapon. Join us for an Columnist Anniversary of, FELA! Let Music be the Weapon, accounting by author, dancer, and drillmaster Iris Wilson and Illustrated by her son Nangwaya Gibson. Nangwaya will be demonstrating some of his illustrations from the book. It is a ancestors affable book about the activity of Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Released by Kalakuta Sunrise Publishing, FELA! Let Music be the Weapon is accounting in a anapestic format, and introduces accouchement age 6 and aloft to the activity of Fela Kuti; from his apprenticeship throughout his adventure as a musician. Booking signing to follow.
Location:145 Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11213 (btw. St. Marks Ave. and Prospect Pl.)
Time: 4:00 – 4:40 PM
Price: Free with building acceptance ($9)
Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas Are Able-bodied and Alive and Living in Brooklyn. To bless the 80th ceremony ofThe Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein, columnist and artist Filip Noterdaeme and his partner, entertainerDaniel Isengart, apprehend and analyze excerpts from Stein’s allegorical conceptual anniversary and Noterdaeme’s postmodern admiration to it, The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart (2013), a frontline anniversary of the city achievement scene, a appraisal of accustomed art apple institutions, and a arresting adulation story.
Location: Brooklyn Public Library, DWECK Auditorium, 10 Grand Army Plaza.
Time: after 7:00 PM
Poets & Passion – A Caribbean Arcane Lime. A book affair with a absolutely accessible close flare! An agreeable befalling for audiences to appoint Caribbean and Caribbean-American fiction writers and poets, and positions the writers’ assignment as allotment of a beyond chat on issues of identity, aspiration, ancestry and the immigrant experience. Featuring Hermina Marcellin, David Mills, Ras Osagyefo. Accessible mic affair follows.
World Voices Ceremony Obsession Comes to Brooklyn with Téa Obreht. PEN’s Apple Voices Ceremony sends its accepted Obsession alternation beyond the river for a appropriate Obsession accident in account of the Brooklyn Book Festival. This chat alternation looks to draw a accumulative bottle over the accord amid biographer and subject. For one night only, admirers associates will be arrive into an affectionate and abnormal area for this appropriate caliginosity soiree. Expect to be surprised as Téa Obreht speaks off the belt about the capacity that accumulate her up at night.
Location: Vertical Player Repertory, 219 Court St. (btw. Wykoff and Warren)
Time: 9:00 – 10:00 PM
Price: $15 ($10 for PEN Members)
A Musical Black with The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band. An black of bedrock and cycle bowling with biographer bands The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Bandage (Cornell’s MFA program) and the Effin’G’s, and NYC bendable bedrock heroes Sport of Kings.
Location: The Gutter, 200 N 14th St. (btw. Berry and Wythe)
Time: 9:30 PM
Brooklyn Poets Anniversary Series. Featuring readings by poets Natalie Diaz, Cornelius Eady and Rachel Eliza Griffithsalong with a appropriate achievement by Cornelius Eady’s band, Rough Magic. Wine, beer and ablaze refreshments will be served.
Location: Studio 10, 56 Bogart St at Harrison Pl.
Time: 7:00-9:00 PM
Fourth Ceremony Brooklyn Indie Party! Greenlight ally with some of Brooklyn’s best absolute book and ceremony publishers to bandy a Brooklyn-sized affair adulatory the spirit of arcane ability in Brooklyn with food, drinks and music! Partygoers will admix with the borough’s abundant authors and publishers, ascertain new works, and bless Brooklyn Book Ceremony week.
Location: Greenlight Bookstore, 686 Fulton St., bend of South Portland
Time: 7:30 PM
Literary Past, Present, Future: Three of Brooklyn’s best agog supporters of arcane culture, The Sackett Street Writer’s Workshop, LargeHearted Boy music & abstract blog, and SLICE Arcane Magazine, present a night of readings by three alarmingly acclaimed authors—Joyce Johnson (Minor Characters), Alissa Nutting (Tampa), and Gabriel Roth (The Unknowns)—plus giveaways and adulatory refreshments by Brooklyn’s own SixPoint Brewery. Hosted by Julia Fierro, David Gutowski, Maria Gagliano and Celia Johnson.
Location: BookCourt, 163 Court St. (btw. Pacific & Dean St.)
Love and Karaoke with Rob Sheffield. Journalist, columnist and ardent karaoke fan Rob Sheffield will host a appropriate karaoke night in account of his new book, About-face Around Bright Eyes. Tickets are bound and acceptable appear $10 off the book. They accommodate refreshments and a about-face at the mic!
Location: WORD, 126 Franklin St. (Franklin St. & Milton St.)
Time: 7:00 PM
Milton’s PARADISE LOST and Attenuate Books from the Yuko Nii Foundation. The Gold Illuminated Paradise Lost Elephant Album and attenuate aged books in the accumulating of the Yuko Nii Foundation are on display, including the additional album of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Hamlet. Additional address and presentation.Location: Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, 135 BroadwayTime: 3:00 PMPrice: $5Website: www.wahcenter.net
Saturday, September 21st
Italian American Authors, American Book Award Winners Apprehend from New Books. Daniela Gioseffi (Pioneering Italian American Culture), James Periconi, (Strangers in a Strange Land), Anthony J. Tamburri and Robert Viscusi (Ellis Island) apprehend from new Bordighera Press books.
Location: Brooklyn Historical Society Library, 128 Pierrepont St.
Time: 2:00 – 3:30 PM
HCX| Salon d’Haiti. Join Haiti Cultural Exchange and the Brooklyn Book Ceremony for a appropriate Bookend Event. Enjoy readings by acclaimed Haitian educator, choreographer, and author Elsie Augustave from her new novel The Roving Tree. Appropriate guest Edwidge Danticat discussing aspects of her career and her newest novel, Claire of the Sea Light.
Location: FiveMyles Gallery, 558 St. Johns Place (btw. Franklin Ave. & Classon Ave.)
Time: 3:00 – 6:00 PM
Family Affable Animal Authors at Two Cool Places. Tori Nighthawk and Marcellus Hall.
Location: New York Aquarium
Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Price: Free with admission
Location: Prospect Park Zoo, 450 Flatbush Ave
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Price: Free with admission
Jumping Out of Boxes: Adulatory Gender Creativity in Children’s Books. Join sex educator Cory Silverberg(What Makes a Baby) and Melanie Achievement Greenberg (Mermaids on Parade) for a ceremony of gender assortment in children’s books. There will be belief for kids, a altercation for adults, and appearance and candy for every one!
Location: BookCourt, 163 Court St. (btw. Pacific & Dean St)
Time: 1:00 PM
A Arcane Salon: A Chat with Authors Wil Haygood and Pamela Newkirk. Award-winning journalist Wil Haygood and NYU professor Pamela Newkirk discuss Haywood’s contempo book The Butler: A Witness to History (current movie) about Eugene Allen, who served eight presidents as the White House’s arch butler from 1952 to 1986. Book-signing and accession chase the program.
Location: Skylight Gallery at Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corp., 1368 Fulton St. (btw. New York and Brooklyn Aves.)
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 PM
Fall into Fantagraphics Book Party. A book signing with bristles Fantagraphics Books’ cartoonists and their newest clear novels. Ed Piskor (Hip Hop Ancestors Tree), Leslie Stein (Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2), Charles Forsman (The End of the Fucking World), Ulli Lust (Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life) and Tom Kaczynski (Beta Testing the Apocalypse).
Location: Bergen Street Comics, 470 Bergen St. (btw. Flatbush and 5th Ave.)
Time: 8:00 PM
Bushwick Book Club and Hip Hop Book Club present aboriginal music aggressive by A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Bounded singer-songwriters, bands and hip hop artists accomplish new, aboriginal music aggressive by A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.
Location: Prospect Park Bandshell, amid central the Park at the 9th St./Prospect Park West entrance.
Time: 2:00 PM
Charlotte’s Web. To bless the 40th ceremony of the admired activated blur adjustment of Charlotte’s Web, BAMcinematek will present accompanying ancestors matinee screenings of the 1973 (animated) and 2006 (live action) adaptations.
Location: Brooklyn Academy of Music, 30 Lafayette Ave (btw. Ashland and St. Felix)
Time: 11:00 AM
Price: $13 adult/$9 children/$8 BAM members
Tour Prospect Park: Olmsted and Vaux’s Brooklyn Masterpiece. An insider’s attending at the history of Prospect Park, featuring authors David Colley and Elizabeth Keegin Colley, above Park Administrator and Founding Prospect Park Alliance President Tupper Thomas, and accepted Park Administrator and Alliance President Emily Lloyd. Followed by a bout of Prospect Park, led by Landscape Architect Christian Zimmerman.
Location: Brooklyn Public Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza (at Flatbush Ave. and Eastern Pkwy)
Photoville. A angry mix of exhibitions, lectures, hands-on workshops, night-time projections and more, creating a photography destination like no other. From 12 – 6 P.M. Indie Book Photo Library, Conveyor Arts Anniversary Room, Photoville Book Tent, Photo Book Workshops for kids and adults, additional columnist claiming with Anais Lopez (Only in Burundi), Wayne Lawrence (Orchard Beach). Gerard H. Gaskin (Legendary: Central the House Ballroom Scene), and console discussions on Ancestors Matters – Photography in Close Relation and Editing a Photo Book. 8 – 10 PM. Accompany the 10th ceremony ceremony for Daylight Books.
Location: Pier 5 in Brooklyn Arch Park
Time: 12:00 PM
Sunday, September 22nd
Strings and Slam Poets. Twenty-year-old artist and Bed-Stuy native Ishmael Islam was called the New York Youth Artist Laureate in 2012, and now he teams up with associates of the Brooklyn Philharmonic to booty the announced chat attitude into the 21st Century. This multi-faceted concert intertwines selections from Islam’s acceptance collection, Meet at Greene, with abreast alcove music for strings by Mark Mellits, Don Byron, and Randall Woolf.
Location: Granit Prospect, Pier 1, Brooklyn Arch Park (enter at Old Fulton and Furman St.)
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 PM
Blondes, Screwing, and Insanity. Join comedians and acceptance authors Mindy Raf (The Symptoms of My Insanity), Ophira Eisenberg (Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamy) and Selena Coppock (The New Rules for Blondes) for a night of stand-up, storytelling, music, and appropriate “story abaft the story” console about how ball gets from the date to the page.
Location: Union Hall, 702 Union St. (5th and 6th Ave.)
Time: 7:00 PM
Literary “Tailgate” 2013. MAKE: A Arcane Magazine and Wakefield Media/Uncubed allure you to the additional ceremony Arcane Tailgate—a SpArts mash-up combining football, literature, and music. Watch as two teams of writers and musicians attack to accretion yards and account credibility with their aboriginal work. Players and coaches include Dorothea Lasky, Matthew Rohrer, Guy Cimbalo, and abounding more!
Location: Brooklyn Brewery, 79 N 11th St.
Time: 7:00 PM
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