Mark Your Calendars: Matthew Desmond, Pulitzer-prize winning author of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City is here for the Fox Cities Reads April 11 & 12. Please join us for his presentations on April 11 at Menasha High School at 6:30p and on April 12 at
Join facilitators from Celebrate Diversity Fox Cities as they lead us in meaningful and respectful conversations around the topics of homelessness and poverty as part of the Fox Cities Reads 2019. On Thursday, February 28, at 6:30 pm at the Kimberly Public Library we plan
Read, hang out, talk books, repeat. Book lovers rejoice! The Silent Reading Party is coming to a bookstore near you. The Fox Cities Book Festival hosts its first Silent Reading Party on Wednesday, February 27, from 6 to 8 pm at The Book Store in
The Fox Cities Book Festival hosts two annual programs: a spring program, Fox Cities Reads, and a week-long festival in the fall. The Fox Cities Reads program, in its twelfth year, is a one-book, one-community initiative to promote civic engagement and public deliberation on matters
Fox Cities Reads 2019 examines local and state-wide homelessness through Matthew Desmond’s 2016 New York Time’s Best Seller, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City. In tandem with events and readings throughout the Fox Cities this spring, the festival has partnered with several agencies
The Fox Cities Reads featured selection for 2019 is Evicted Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond. Evicted has won the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Critics Circle Award, Carnegie Medal, and PEN / John Kenneth Galbraith Award for Nonfiction.
Are you an avid poetry lover? Looking to share your poems? Maybe you don’t know anything about poetry? Whatever your knowledge about poetry we have some amazing events! There are opportunities for you to both hear amazing poetry and share some of your own. Special
Monday is the start of the festival. It’s time to start planning what events you’re attending. If you’re concerned about where to park, worry no more! Listed below are the different venues events will be hosted at and information about parking at these venues.
UPDATE: Due to a family emergency, Richard Thomas will not be able to attend FCBF2018. What is it that draws readers to the horrific? The grotesque? There’s something about uncertainty and the darker side of fiction that pulls readers in, and author Richard Thomas is
Michael Hittle is an Indiana native and a former professor of Russian history and historical methods at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin from 1966 until 2001. He spent time in northern Wisconsin in his youth, first visiting at 11. There he found “…rivers clear and