Posts Tagged: Brooklyn Book Festival

Notable NYC: 9/16–9/22

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Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!

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Notable NYC: 9/9–9/15

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Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!

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Join Us at the Brooklyn Book Festival

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Tomorrow is the annual Brooklyn Book Festival. The book festival includes readings, signings, and panel discussions free and open to the public. Find the Rumpus at Booth 238, where you can chat with editors and contributors and get your hands on some awesome Rumpus merchandise like t-shirts, tote bags, and the WLAMF mug you know you need in your life […]

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Don’t Miss Dark Nights, Bright Words, Tonight!

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Our BKBF Bookend Event, Dark Nights, Bright Words, is tonight! If you haven’t purchased your ticket, today is the day! With readings by: Molly Crabapple, Stephanie Danler, Eliah Eason, Yahdon Israel, Morgan Jerkins, and Matthew Yeager! Music, mingling, and dancing to follow, with Health Klub spinning the tunes! Featuring original artwork from Carolanne Leslie on display throughout the venue! […]

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Dark Nights, Bright Words Is Almost Here!

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Our BKBF Bookend Event, Dark Nights, Bright Words, is on Friday! If you haven’t purchased your ticket, what are you waiting for? With readings by: Molly Crabapple, Stephanie Danler, Eliah Eason, Yahdon Israel, Morgan Jerkins, and Matthew Yeager! Music, mingling, and dancing to follow, with Health Klub spinning the tunes! Featuring original artwork from Carolanne Leslie on display throughout the venue! This […]

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Tonight! The New York Premiere of After Adderral

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The Rumpus and the Brooklyn Book Festival are excited to present the New York premiere of After Adderall, the new feature film from Stephen Elliott! Be there tonight, Monday September 12, at Videology Bar & Cinema at 7 p.m. for this FREE screening of the film Michael Cunningham called “the most literary movie ever made.”  RSVP and get all the […]

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Don’t Miss DARK NIGHTS, BRIGHT WORDS!

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Our BKBF Bookend Event, Dark Nights, Bright Words, is now only two weeks away! If you haven’t purchased your ticket, today is the day! With readings by: Molly Crabapple, Stephanie Danler, Eliah Eason, Yahdon Israel, Morgan Jerkins, and Matthew Yeager! Music, mingling, and dancing to follow, with Health Klub spinning the tunes! Featuring original artwork from Carolanne Leslie on display […]

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After Adderall: It’s Playing Everywhere

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After Adderall, a Rumpus-produced movie written and directed (and starring) Rumpus Founder and Editor-in-Chief Stephen Elliott, has been getting some great write-ups. And it’s probably playing somewhere near you very soon! September 12, 2016, Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Book Festival @ Videology 308 Bedford September 14, 2016, Columbus Ohio: Gateway Film Center

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The Great Film Festival Swindle

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“Never pay an entry fee. If they won’t give you a waiver they aren’t interested in the film.”—Programmer for a major film festival

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Join Us at the Brooklyn Book Festival

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This Sunday, September 20th, is the 10th annual Brooklyn Book Festival. The book festival includes readings, signings, and panel discussions free and open to the public. The festival features hundreds of writers as well as the big five publishers, indie publishers, magazines, journals, and services for writers. Find the Rumpus at Booth 516 (in front of […]

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Notable NYC: 9/20–9/26

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Saturday 9/20: Amber Atiya, Keegan Lester, Emily Present, Cecily Iddings, Katie Fowley, Liz Clark Wessel, Lucia Stacey, Anna Marschalk-Burns, Alexis Pope, Amy Lawless, and Bridget Talone celebrate the latest issue of The Atlas Review. BookCourt, 7 p.m., free. Paulo Scott, Katie Gerlach, and Eric Becker discuss Nowhere People (August 2014), Scott’s novel about a cross-cultural […]

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Notable NYC: 9/17-9/22

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TUESDAY 09.17: Every month The Poetry Society of America presents two poets at McNally Jackson as a part of their reading series and it’s usually a knock-out pairing. This month abides the rule with readings from C.K. Williams and Angelo Nikolopoulos. McNally Jackson, 6pm, free. RingShout does their fourth annual Brooklyn Book Fest (which is […]

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Don’t Miss the 2009 Brooklyn Book Festival: Sunday September 13

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Reasons to attend the 2009 Brooklyn Book Festival: 1) it’s one of the most hip, smart and diverse American literary events, 2)  because Ben Marcus, Sarah Manguso, Thurston Moore, Heidi Julavits and Tao Lin are just some of the stars and emerging writers who will be talking/reading, 3) panels will talk about DFW , rappers […]

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