Read the work of students who participated in the Appalachian and Tennessee Young Writers’ Workshops this summer.
The Festival has become one of the most popular literary events in the country, as guests travel to Nashville to experience an abundance of authors and their books, along with food, entertainment and culture.
"The Radicalization of Reconstruction," will air on July 23, 2016 at 6:00pm(EST) and will later be made available online.
Young writers from Ooltewah, Knoxville, Memphis, and Germantown shine in this year's contest. Congratulations to all nine winners! Read the winning letters here.
Jim Ridley—Nashville Scene editor and passionate champion of literature—died on Friday, April 8, at age fifty. Read Chapter16.org's Margaret Renkl's remembrances here.
The Salon@615 author series welcomes Rick Riordan back to Nashville on Thurs., 10/6, with his latest, The Hammer of Thor. Click here to buy tickets and learn more.
Hosted by the Robert Churchwell Museum Magnet Elementary School, this teacher workshop features the "Made in Tennessee" traveling exhibit from the East Tennessee History Center.
Join us for an exhibit of youth documentary photography sponsored by the Etowah Arts Commission.
Join us for a day of intensive, practical activities focusing on doing women's history.
Workshop in Cleveland focuses on local, state history for Tennessee educators.
Join Salon@615 in welcoming Marissa Meyer to the Nashville Public Library on Tues., 11/15, with her latest, Heartless. Click here to learn more and reserve your tickets.
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