Our mission is to celebrate books and authors to build an engaged community of readers. Our goal every year for the last twelve years has been to keep our events free of charge. This year we are asking patrons of our festival to help us
Tomorrow marks the start of the 12th annual Fox Cities Book Festival! And this blog post marks the one-week count down to Elizabeth Letts' talk at the Lawrence Memorial Chapel on October 13, 1-2 PM. Letts is the author of Finding Dorothy (Feb 2019). This richly
From romantic suspense, to historical fiction and non-fiction, to young-adult fantasy, to Wisconsin Latina Activism, the women of the 2019 The Fox Cities Book Festival bring a diversity of genres, backgrounds, and knowledge to their respective podiums. Last Wednesday we celebrated five Wisconsin women authors.
The Fox Cities Book Festival started the Wisconsin Wednesday series on its social media feeds in late 2018, with the intention of celebrating authors with ties to Wisconsin throughout the year. The festival has featured local-born and bred talent – past and present – such
Thank you to everyone who came out to see author Kimberly C. Paul at the Menasha Public Library as part of her Live Well, Die Well tour. You can learn more about Kimberly's book Bridging the Gap: Life Lessons from the Dying and her work
The Fox Cities Book Festival and Let’s Talk Fox Valley are excited to host author Kimberly C. Paul for a book reading and signing on Thursday, August 8, 6:30 – 8 PM. The talk will take place at the Elisha D. Smith Public Library at
Special thanks to Katie Chicquette Adams, a public school teacher, for this guest blog post. I’ve worked downtown at Appleton’s alternative high school program as its Language Arts teacher for ten years. Students at risk of not graduating, of losing housing, health, or safety, of