We are excited to host a number of children's authors at this year's Festival. Now is a great time to check out library copies of the books from the authors mentioned below. Reading books by FCBF authors help children connect the dots between authors and
The Fox Cities Book Festival was delighted to promote The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir as our 2020 Fox Cities Reads with support from the National Endowment for the Arts. When COVID-19 spread, it was a difficult, but clear, decision to postpone Kao Kalia Yang's spring
Welcome to the first post of our two week blog series! Over the next two weeks, we will share about the authors presenting at the 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival. Remember, this year's Festival is virtual and you can learn how to sign up here.
Here's a quick and easy tutorial on how to sign up for 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival virtual events:
We are delighted to offer a great line up of authors at the 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival. To keep writers, staff members, and participants safe, we are hosting the Book Festival virtually. We understand this is a new look for FCBF, but please know
The 2020 Fox Cities Book Festival schedule is live! Over 50 authors will join us for this year's virtual festival. With authors from across the country in a variety of genres, we have a reading, talk, panel, or workshop for every reader to enjoy. Headliner
****THIS EVENT WILL BE VIRTUAL**** Storycatchers Live: Home CALL FOR STORYTELLER SUBMISSIONS! Deadline: August 29th For this event we are accepting written submissions, video submissions with the option to be included in our live Zoom event Sept. 12th We are so excited to partner
WHO IS KAO KALIA YANG? Kao Kalia Yang is a Hmong-American and the author of our 2020 Fox Cities Reads, The Latehomecomer. Yang's virtual presentation will be held on October 11 at 6:00pm. Her story is a moving and inspirational tale. One Fox Cities reader
The Reimagined Fox Cities Book Festival will be held October 12-18. The authors schedule will be coming soon!
The Fox Cities Book Festival is delighted to add two upcoming events to your literary social calendar. Both events are free and will take place online. Read on for event descriptions and registration info. Andrew McSorley Poetry Reading On Friday, July 10 at 7 PM,