Tables of Contents:  Sudbanthad! Croft! Shapton!

Tables of Contents: Sudbanthad! Croft! Shapton!

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What’s Table of Contents?

A delightful gathering that combines author readings with literary inspired bites. We’re super hype to be co-hosting a new TOC collab — which originated at Egg many moons and Fairs ago — starting with this one featuring Riverhead authors Pitchaya Sudbandthad, Jennifer Croft and Leanne Shapton.

Read on for more.

From the Tables of Contents x Egg EventBrite:

For this reading, we're teaming up with our kindred spirits over at Riverhead Books (yes, they of the fabulous tote) and our oldest, bestest collaborators at Food Book Fair to bring y'all a stunning lineup of Riverhead authors.

Pitchaya Sudbanthad's brand new and loudly lauded BANGKOK WAKES TO RAIN, Jennifer Croft's translation of Olga Tokarczuk's Booker-Prize-winning FLIGHTS, and Leanne Shapton's highly anticipated GUESTBOOK will be in the house for a fantastic February round two of TOC goodness.

The evening will feature readings from each of our three authors, plus snacks inspired by the authors' passages paired with each reading. Created and curated by Egg chef Evan Hanczor, each evening concludes with a wide-ranging discussion and Q&A between the authors and Evan.

Full details via ticket link

Saturday: FBF at Smorgasburg + the Brooklyn Flea

Saturday: FBF at Smorgasburg + the Brooklyn Flea

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Food Book Fair is back!

For our 2019 New York edition, we're leaning all the way into our signature, fan favorite event — the magazine festival within the fair, previously known as Foodieodicals — with a weekend-long pop up in partnership with Smorgasburg + the Brooklyn Flea. It all goes down Saturday March 2nd - Sunday March 3rd at Atlantic Center (625 Atlantic Ave., between Gap and Party City, across from Barclays Center).

This edition of the Fair will feature 20+ independent publishers and their top books, mags and swag.

RSVP below for the Saturday Fair. Doors open at 11 AM and close at 5 PM. All vendors will be tabling both days of the Fair unless otherwise stated.

Featured magazine and book publishers:


Abrams

Cherry Bombe
Chronicle Books*

Compound Butter Magazine

Cooking with Gold**

Counter Service
Crop Stories


EAT zine

Glou Glou

GRLSQUASH 
Of Juliet
Jarry
Kitchen Table Magazine
Milky
MOLD
Mouthfeel
Peddler**
Put A Egg On It
Salt & Pepper
TableTop
The Wine Zine*
Whetstone

*Saturday only
**Sunday only



Sunday: FBF at Smorgasburg + the Brooklyn Flea

Sunday: FBF at Smorgasburg + the Brooklyn Flea

Atlantic Center (map)

Food Book Fair is back!

For our 2019 New York edition, we're leaning all the way into our signature, fan favorite event — the magazine festival within the fair, previously known as Foodieodicals — with a weekend-long pop up in partnership with Smorgasburg + the Brooklyn Flea. It all goes down Saturday March 2nd - Sunday March 3rd at Atlantic Center (625 Atlantic Ave., between Gap and Party City, across from Barclays Center).

This edition of the Fair will feature 20+ independent publishers and their top books, mags and swag.

RSVP below for the Sunday Fair. Doors open at 11 AM and close at 5 PM. All vendors will be tabling both days of the Fair unless otherwise stated.

Featured magazine and book publishers:


Abrams

Cherry Bombe
Chronicle Books*

Compound Butter Magazine

Cooking with Gold**

Counter Service
Crop Stories


EAT zine

Glou Glou

GRLSQUASH 
Of Juliet
Jarry
Kitchen Table Magazine
Milky
MOLD
Mouthfeel
Peddler**
Put A Egg On It
Salt & Pepper
TableTop
The Wine Zine*
Whetstone

*Saturday only
**Sunday only


Big Queer Chili Cookoff

Big Queer Chili Cookoff

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We love our good food community, and are grateful to do good with them — and eat delicious things to boot. We’re proud to co-host the latest edition of Queer Soup NIght, the Brooklyn-based queer party and fundraising project, in partnership with Jarry Mag for the benefit of RAPP Campaign: Release Aging People in Prison.

Read on for more — and let your FBF after party do good and taste good!

From Queer Soup Night’s EventBrite:

Brooklyn-based queer party and fundraising project Queer Soup Night partners with the queer foor journal Jarry to host the first-ever Big Queer Chili Cookoff, co-presented with Food Book Fair!

Featuring soups made by all-star queer chefs Holly Sheppard (Po'Mi), MJ Sanders (Brownsville Community Culinary), Woldy Reyes (Woldy Kusina), Gabriella Vigoreaux (Smith Canteen), Liz Alpern (Queer Soup Night), Lukas Volger (Jarry magazine), Lani Halliday (Brutus Bakeshop), and cocktails by Shannon Mustipher and Al Culliton, this event also fundraiser for the RAPP Campaign: Release Aging People in Prison, the nonprofit working to end mass incarceration and promote racial justice by getting elderly and infirm people out of prison.

Come vote with your cash dollars—your donations will decide the winning chili!

* * * RSVP Required! * * *