September 23, 2013
Melville House at the Brooklyn Book Fair 2013
by Claire Kelley
The Brooklyn Book Festival was held this past weekend on a crisp, sunny fall day. Thank you to all who stopped by the booth! Below you’ll find a few images of people who stopped by the booth and what they bought.
Peter Cherces bought La Boutique Obscure by Georges Perec. “I ♥ Oulipians and the MobyLives blog,” he said.
Alexandra Branzburg bought Half the Kingdom by Lore Segal “[Melville House publicist] Nick recommended it to me and I trust his taste,” she said.
Arielle Holstein bought Aurorarama by Jean-Christophe Valtat. “I was reading the description for his new book, Luminous Chaos,” she said. “I thought it sounded up my alley and I figured I’d better read the first book to start.”
Shaakya Vembar bought two novellas. “I haven’t read these authors and one of them deals with insanity,” she said.
Jenn Northington bought Luminous Chaos by Jean-Christophe Valtat. “Dustin made me read Aurorarma, so I’m excited to see this next book,” she said.
Melville House publisher Dennis Johnson glances at book prices for a customer.
Browsing for novellas.
People and dogs liked Melville House books.
Melville House author David Rose talks to publisher Dennis Johnson.
Claire Kelley is the Director of Library and Academic Marketing at Melville House.