Tucson Festival of Books 2019
The 11th annual Tucson Festival of Books returns to the University of Arizona March 2-3. With over 350 presenting authors, family activities and food vendors, this event is sure to be a best-seller. Take a look inside this DW special edition to learn more about the festival and some of this year's authors.
- The Tucson Festival of Books: Brought to you by thousands
- Festival of Books offers smorgasbord of eats
- Science City gives all ages a chance to see what science is all about
- Pi Beta Phi will host a tent at the Tucson Festival of Books
- Solve the mystery: Why are mysteries are so present at the Tucson Festival of Books?
- Indie authors flourish at Tucson Festival of Books
- Read-uce, reuse and Recycle: Festival of Books vendor turns old books into custom journals
- The UA School of Art makes its way to the Tucson Festival of Books
- OPINION: 7 Reasons why you can't miss the Tucson Festival of Books
- OPINION: Why it's important to read for leisure
- Get to know Lorna Luft before she comes to Tucson
- Q&A: A talk with one of the "Grouchy Historians"
- Three UA professors and authors to look out for at the Festival of Books
- Two authors discuss the power of books
- Author Michael Sokolove on similarities between Louisville's and Arizona's investigations
- Bradburd examines heroism and gun violence in his latest book
- Q&A: J.A. Jance shares her passion about her craft
- Shanna Hogan | 'Secrets of a Marine's Wife'
- Esmerelda Ribeiro: On her Art & Voice in the Afro-Brazilian Literature Movement
- Naomi Ortiz talks self-care for social justice at TFOB
- TFOB author Carol Anderson discuses voter suppression in new book
- Emmy award-winning journalist shares her story at TFOB
- Talking about the Grand Canyon with Nathaniel Brodie
- Local authors share the spotlight at TFOB
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