Read about the exciting events coming up as part of the Southern Festival of Books, October 9-11 in downtown Nashville.
Dive in and see what these fresh young voices are writing in fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, lyrics, fantasy, and more!
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See you on the Plaza at this year's Festival, October 9-11!
Panelists at green|spaces considered the roles of jobs policy and education policy and the roles of various community sectors in meeting the challenges of Chattanooga’s future.
Through a series of public events with the Bittersweet Harvest exhibit, the Center was able to reach new audiences and cultivate partnerships with community organizations and Latino churches and businesses.
The Mid-South Book Festival will be held at the Playhouse on the Square/Circuit Playhouse in Memphis, September 9-13.
Join the Geneva Miller Historical Society in Brownsville for the first in a seven-part discussion series, "Let's Talk About War."
The bilingual traveling exhibit will be on display at John Early Museum Magnet Middle School until Oct. 26.
Jonathan Franzen will appear at the Blair School of Music with his latest book, Purity. A copy of the book is included in the $33.50 ticket price.
Also known as The Bloggess, Jenny Lawson is a humor writer known for her great candor in talking about her struggle with depression and mental illness.
In conjunction with the "Bittersweet Harvest" exhibit, John Early Museum Magnet Middle School will host a public conversation.
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