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The Brooklyn Book Festival, set for Sept. 18, is better than ever. Here’s a full list of confirmed participants:

NON-FICTION

Kurt Andersen

Amy Chua

Brooke Gladstone

John Hodgman

Phillip Lopate

Sigrid Nunez

Christian Parenti

Jennifer Pozner

David Rakoff

Jeremy Scahill

Adrian Tomine

Touré

Katrina vanden Heuvel

FICTION

Dorothy Allison

Russell Banks

Eoin Colfer

Jennifer Egan

Nuruddin Farah

Jonathan Safran Foer

Diana Gabaldon

Amitav Ghosh

Jessica Hagedorn

Pete Hamill

A.M. Homes

Nicole Krauss

Jhumpa Lahiri

Terry McMillan

Larry McMurtry

Walter Mosley

Joyce Carol Oates

Téa Obreht

Karen Russell

John Sayles

Craig Thompson

Colson Whitehead

POETRY

Mary Jo Bang

Timothy Donnelly

Jean Valentine

CHILDREN

Bryan Collier

Sam McBratney

Mo Willems

YOUTH

Judy Blundell

Victoria Bond

Kate Brian

Cory Doctorow

T.R. Simon

Rachel Hawkins

Jon Scieszka

Rita Williams-Garcia

Jackie Woodson

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