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6th Annual Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair Returns to Greenpoint this Weekend

Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair | 2019 Poster design artwork by Amy Johnquest

Sept. 4, 2019 By Allie Griffin

One of the country’s largest regional antiquarian book fairs returns to Greenpoint for its sixth year this weekend. 

The Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair will be offering book worms hundreds of books for purchase on Sept. 7 and Sept. 8 at the Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble St in Greenpoint. 

On Saturday at 10 a.m., there will be a “Bagels and Books Preview” to benefit Rare Book School Scholarships. The fair will then begin at noon and go until 7 p.m. and again on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Book lovers will have plenty of options with 110 antiquarian book, print, photo, autograph and ephemera dealers from all over the world participating. Vendors will be selling rare first editions, as well as many affordable books. 

Author talks, book signings, exhibitions and seminars will also be held throughout the day. 

Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. 

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books ok, politics no

too bad a cool even has to get political with a live reading of the mueller report. I know it makes people feel good to bash the president constantly but really, move on. politics doesn’t have to be in everything.

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