Frank Debonair talks about the Brooklyn Book Fest. He Interviews: Anabel Hernandez, "Narcotic," a controversial and direct investigation the drug problem in Mexico; Andre Aciman, "Harvard Square," looks into the problem of identity and the becoming of being an American; Ayana Mathis, "The Twelve Tribes of Hattie," tells the story of the Great Migration through the eyes of an unforgettable family. Book World is comprised of Jill Schoolman from Archipelago Books talks about non-profit publishing company. POTW: "BiblioDeath" by Andrei Codrescu. Mircea Cartarescu, "Blinding." Juan Gabriel Vasquez, "The Sound of Things Falling." Ursula DeYoung, "Shorecliff."