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Brooklyn Book Festival October 2022

Detail from Brooklyn Book Festival Poster.

Sat, Oct 1 - Sun, Oct 2  2022

Brooklyn Borough Hall

The Brooklyn Book Festival this October 1and 2, 2022 will host two booths by Dutch publishing companies World Editions and Self Made Hero. The festival includes a Children’s Day and a Festival Day with a book marketplace. The festival is free for the public.

Children’s Day
Saturday, October 1, 2022
10am – 4pm
Brooklyn Commons at MetroTech

Festival Day & Literary Marketplace
Sunday, October 2, 2022, 10am – 6pm
Brooklyn Borough Hall

About the Publishers
World Editions: With offices in New York, London and Amsterdam, World Editions promotes voices from around the globe by publishing books from many different countries and languages into English translation. Through their work, they aim to enhance dialogue between cultures, foster new connections, and open doors which may otherwise have remained closed. Check out their catalogue here.

Self Made Hero: SelfMadeHero aims to publish ground-breaking and beautiful work by authors and artists from across the globe, from the quirky and humorous to the political and profound. They bring readers graphic novels and visual narratives that provoke, entertain, inspire and inform. Check out their catalogue here. Their publications include works by Dutch Comics artists Aimee de Jongh (Days of Sand) and Barbara Stok (Vincent, The Philosopher, the Dog and the Wedding) . Barbara Stok will a make a special appearance to sign copies of her books.

About Brooklyn Book Festival
The Brooklyn Book Festival presents original programming and enthusiastically welcomes New York City’s cross cultural book readers as well as national and international attendees. The Festival is known for fostering creative dialogue among the authors, presenting new literary voices as well as established authors, and for serving the literary community by providing a highly visible platform for the work of authors and publishers.

The Brooklyn Book Festival was launched in 2006 as a one-day event to address the need for a free, major literary event that embraced the diverse constituencies of New York City. It has since grown to include 8 days of city-wide Bookend events, its flagship Festival Day with 300 authors and a Literary Marketplace with 250 independent and major publishers, and the BKBF Children’s Day that celebrates childhood reading. The Festival’s credo is “hip, smart and diverse”.

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