The Fox Cities Book Festival is happy to announce that, Salt to the Sea, by best-selling author Ruta Sepetys has been selected for the 2018 Fox Cities Reads, which is a one book, one community reading program.
We are SO excited for the 10th annual Fox Cities Book Festival to begin.
Ellen Kort had a vision.
If you were wondering where you should park at any of the events in the Fox Cities Book Festival, you’ve come to the right place! Above is a map of all venues at the festival. Below is the list of every venue with parking information
It’s almost that time! October 9 is the first day of the tenth annual Fox Cities Book Festival. There will be 50 different authors holding events at thirteen local venues in the Fox Cities. These authors have been all around the world. Yet many have at
We’re celebrating ten years of the Fox Cities Book Festival! During the past two weeks we’ve hosted a Scavenger Hunt. Ten books were hidden in plain sight for festival-goers to find. Daily clues were posted on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Here’s a list of the
Elizabeth Rynecki is the author of Chasing Portraits: A Great-Granddaughter’s Quest for her Lost Art Legacy published by NAL/Berkley/Penguin Random House in September 2016. An odyssey spanning generations, decades, and countries, Chasing Portraits is the true story of Elizabeth Rynecki’s search for the lost art
The Fox Cities Book Festival offers book lovers a unique chance to win one of ten new books to help celebrate our tenth annual book festival. All you have to do is find one in this social media scavenger hunt by following the clues on Facebook
This October, we are excited to have widely acclaimed author Benjamin Percy as a presenter at our festival. His works include a wide range of genres and styles, having published novels, short story collections, a writing craft book, screenplays, and even comic books. His most
Benjamin Ludwig, author of Ginny Moon This fall, as the Fox Cities Book Festival celebrates ten years of connecting writers and readers, we welcome author Benjamin Ludwig. His debut novel, Ginny Moon, written from the perspective of a teenage girl with autism, has