Saturday, July 18, 2020 - 10a - 6p
Harlem State Office Building
163 West 125th Street
Corner of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
HBF2020 PANEL DISCUSSIONS (TBA)
ATTENDING EXHIBITORS (TBA)
AUTHOR TALKS, READINGS, and WORKSHOPS ON THE PLAZA (TBA)
AUTHOR MAINSTAGE SCHEDULE (TBA)
PROMOTE ON ALL PLATFORMS FOR TWO MONTHS...OR SIX.
HBF 2021 AUTHOR & TITLE DIRECTORY
ANNOUNCING! BLACK HISTORY MONTH,
FEBRUARY 2022, WILL ALSO BE
HARLEM BOOK FAIR MONTH! (Stay tuned!)
OUR HARLEM BOOK FAIR PARTNERS
Praise for the Harlem Book Fair
"Since the Harlem Book Fair, I've been crisscrossing the country but didn't want any more time to pass before I expressed my deepest gratitude for all you did to promote SPECTACLE. You brought the work to a national audience and also saw to it that the conversation took place at the Schomburg, which had long been my wish. I hope the fair was everything you wanted it to be. From where I stood, it was amazing. A triumph. Many, many thanks".
Pamela Newkirk, Author
Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of OTA BENGA
"The HBF weekend was really great and I was truly thrilled to be a part of it, not to mention honored to win the Wheatley Award. I discovered other books that I plan to buy and read and I made many contacts there that promise to be extremely useful as we launch another social media campaign, promoting A Light Shines as a Wheatley Award winner.
You and your staff did a superb job pulling off such a massive undertaking, and all of your hard work showed".
Mary Bounds, Author
A Light Shines in Harlem: New York's First Charter School
and the Movement It Led
"Congratulations on another successful HBF. As a bookseller, we found it quite a valuable channel".
Alfred C. Jones, Exhibitor
QBR author panel televised live from the Harlem Book Fair by C-Span's BookTV.