Fox Cities Book Festival: Connecting writers and readers across our diverse communities.

2024 Fox Cities NEA Big Reads Writing Contest

What do family and home mean to you? To celebrate our 2024 Reads title, we invite you to participate in this community writing contest. Write a story that answers the question, "What do family and home mean to you?" Contest Details Entries should be

2023-11-07T13:54:27-06:00November 7th, 2023|

Which genre should your next read be?

What time of day do you tend to get out of bed on the weekend? 5-6 AM 7-9 AM 10AM or later What Color Scheme Do You Enjoy Most? Whites and Neutrals Bright and Bold Colors Deep and Rich Colors What TV Show did

2023-03-14T06:54:42-05:00March 14th, 2023|

Announcing our 2023 Fox Cities Reads pick

The Fox Cities Book Festival is thrilled to announce “Bird Box” by Josh Malerman as the 2023 Fox Cities Reads selection. The Fox Cities Book Festival, in partnership with public libraries of the Fox Cities, works to promote literacy through an annual community read. Each

2023-02-22T16:37:42-06:00February 22nd, 2023|

Be ‘part of our story’ on GivingTuesday

The Fox Cities Book Festival invites its fans to “Be a Part of Our Story” this GivingTuesday. GivingTuesday, a post-Thanksgiving global generosity movement, this year falls on Nov. 29. Donations that come in through the book festival's GivingTuesday fundraiser help make possible book festival

2022-11-23T13:37:11-06:00November 23rd, 2022|

Turning a New Page

Former Fox Cities Book Festival President Aubrey Laux has moved out of the area to pursue a new opportunity. Holly Selwitschka, director of the Kimberly Public Library, has taken over as the new president. Aubrey and Holly share a farewell and a hello, respectively. We

2022-08-28T15:47:52-05:00August 28th, 2022|
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