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Southern Festival of Books

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Festival Internships Available

Humanities Tennessee seeks interns for unpaid positions in support of  the 25th annual Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word. 

Event Dates: October 13, 2017 - October 15, 2017


CLICK HERE FOR EVENT DETAILS FOR THE 2017 SOUTHERN FESTIVAL OF BOOKS. 

Plan your festival weekend with the up-to-date schedule of events

Linda Sands

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Linda
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Sands
3 Women Walk Into a Bar

was named Georgia Author of the Year for Mystery in 2016, and is the recipient of two Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards for her book 3 Women Walk into a Bar. Her upcoming novel, Grand Theft Cargo, will introduce tenacious trucker, Jojo Boudreaux in a fresh and innovative crime series from Down & Out Books.                  

Robert Rotstein

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Robert
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Rotstein
The Bomb Maker's Son

Daco Auffenorde

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Daco
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Auffenorde
Electromancer

C. Michael Curtis

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C. Michael
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Curtis

Lisa Wysocky

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Lisa
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Wysocky
The Fame Equation: A Cat Enright Mystery

is an award-winning bestselling author of fiction and nonfiction. Her Cat Enright equestrian mystery series, which is set near Nashville, has won six awards, including Mom's Choice, IBPA, American Horse Publications, and Foreword book awards, and has also been optioned for film and television.

Phyllis Gobbell

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Phyllis
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Gobbell
Pursuit in Provence: A Jordan Mayfair Mystery

co-authored A Season of Darkness with Douglas Jones and An Unfinished Canvas with Michael Glasgow, is a contributor to the upcoming anthology, Masters of True Crime. In addition, she has been published in literary journals and has received awards in fiction, including Tennessee's Individual Artist Literary Award.

Jessie Powell

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Jessie
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Powell
The Case of the Red-Handed Rhesus

grew up in rural Ohio and holds Masters Degrees in English and Library Science from the University of Kentucky. She lives in Montgomery, Alabama with her husband and two children.