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 highlights writers with ties to Wisconsin and the Fox Cities, and celebrates the diversity of their genres, backgrounds, cultures, and lifestyles. On this Wisconsin Wednesday, we celebrate the work of five women – all who have made a significant contribution
Everyone has a story to tell – whether it be of another’s life experiences, of their own history, or of a creation from the fiction they carry within themselves. The Fox Cities Book Festival provides a platform to the storytellers of today, and showcases their
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
Local writer Joseph Rein discusses the various challenges and rewards when writing about Wisconsin, a location that, when done effectively, functions as a character in itself.
Whether true crime stories, literary fiction, or cozy mysteries, if you’re interested in the subject of murder in Wisconsin