The San Antonio Book Festival will return for its sixth edition on April 7, 10-5 p.m. at the Central Library, as will the live storytelling series, The Moth.
San Antonio Book Festival planners, including 500 volunteers, work year round to plan the single day event.
The show that evolved over the decades into a lavishly costumed stage production lampooning politicians and pop culture is the subject of a new book by Amy Stone titled Cornyation: San Antonio’s Outrageous Fiesta Tradition.
Towles has pulled off one of the hardest tricks in fiction writing: following a critically acclaimed debut novel with one that is even better.
Author and ecologist Anurag Agrawal will discuss his new book on the complicated relationship between Monarch butterflies and milkweed.
The SA Book Festival is a fun event for the whole family. When my two boys and I head to the festival on April 8, our day could look something like this.
I’m a book lover. That means the Fifth Annual San Antonio Book Festival and its diverse offering of readings, panels, and cooking demos complicates my plans.
Poetry is, certainly, as vital and necessary now as it has ever been.
To celebrate their fifth year of hosting the growing event, officials created an easy and accessible way of navigating the festival’s many happenings across town.
The 10 winners were local students in grades 7-12 who wrote stories based on this year’s contest theme of “Building Bridges.”