We are so excited to kick off the 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival this weekend and we know you are too. Before we dive into a full schedule of free, open-to-the-public events with exciting authors, we have some important information to share about the future
Everyone at the Fox Cities Book Festival is grateful for the individual donors, sponsors, and partners that have chosen to support the 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival. We are a volunteer-run organization that creates high-quality, free, and open-to-the-public programs. We hope you are excited for
By Rebecca Zornow My first introduction to the Fox Cities Book Festival was in 2017. Previous to that, I had recently returned to the Fox Cities from living abroad in Africa and lost myself in the beauty of motherhood soon after. I had notions about
We have a great line up of nonfiction writers for the 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival. Read on to learn more about each author and their books and then sign up with our easy and fast pre-registration. You can find books from this year's presenting
By Doug Middleton Gregory Renz is a debut author and Beneath the Flames is his extraordinary novel that explores themes of race, love, and family. To write this debut novel, Renz drew on his 28 years as a firefighter serving the citizens of Milwaukee.
“Books are a uniquely portable magic.” ― Stephen King That quote from horror master Stephen King is never more true than with science fiction and fantasy novels. To be standing there--in our world--one moment, then watching a cosmic event unfold in another galaxy is a true delight.
by Andrew McSorley One of the most magical parts of reading is the sudden ability to travel to a different time and place. Here's a few authors at this year's Fox Cities Book Festival that will take you somewhere extraordinary. As always, you can pre-register
By Andrew McSorley A good poem can live with you for a lifetime. The five poets reading for the Fox Cities Book Festival this year are here to tell their stories, share their visions, and leave you with words to describe the indescribable. Read about
Ah, October. The month of the whodunit. The season of cold, rainy fall days, perfect for mystery reading. The Halloween ambiance that lends itself perfectly to a good thriller. It's here and that's why we are happy to share with you more about these 9