If you’re anywhere near Brooklyn this weekend, the Brooklyn Book Festival promises to be a treat for readers and writers. I’ll be there at the Women’s National Book Association booth, but I hope to get away to hear my favorite authors at some of the talks, panel discussions, and readings scheduled throughout the day.
Some of the highlights of the day, for me: Myla Goldberg talking about her new novel The False Friend; Helen Simonson, author of Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand (one of my favorites from the past year); Gary Shteyngart (I haven’t read Super Sad True Love Story yet); Adam Haslett (Union Atlantic). The Festival runs from 10-6, rain or shine.
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