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.
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This year’s author lineup is the largest list to date with 103 local, regional, and national authors.
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San Antonio Book Festival officials joined several authors at the Central Library on Tuesday morning for the announcement of the author lineup for fourth annual San Antonio Book Festival which will be held Saturday, April 2.
Azar Nafisi, the acclaimed Iranian writer and professor of English literature at John Hopkins University who once wrote, “I left Iran, but Iran did not leave me,” is coming to San Antonio to speak, sign books, and read from her latest published work, “The Republic of Imagination.”
Imagination is an unlimited ticket to discovery.
Downtown will be buzzing with nearly 100 book authors and thousands of book readers, young and old, as the San Antonio Book Festival celebrates its second annual event at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art on Saturday, April 5.
UPDATE: The San Antonio Book Festival announced its 2nd annual author line up featuring more than 80 acclaimed national and regional authors.
The first authors had yet to take the stage at the Central Library or Southwest School of Art Saturday morning when Mayor Julián Castro surveyed the crowd of organizers, writers and community leaders.