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Virginia Festival of the Book
A program, the Festival celebrates book across genres, for all ages. virtual events in 2020; submissions open until Oct 1.
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As part of , on October 25, actor Ethan Hawke and author James McBride will discuss THE GOOD LORD BIRD, the new series based on McBride’s book, in which Hawke plays abolitionist John Brown. Find out more and make plans to tune in:
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E.A. Aymar (also E.A. Barres) Oct 22
This conversation between & for was so good! Warm and informative and an insightful look into two awesome writers.
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 22
TODAY at 5:30 PM ET, part of , don't miss Peabody-award winner Diane Rehm——alongside director Joe Fab & producer Diane Naughton will discuss the documentary WHEN MY TIME COMES, an examination of the right to die movement. Find out more:
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 21
TOMORROW! Join us for on October 22 at 12 PM ET as crime novelists and discuss their latest books and their experiences writing strong women characters in their novels. Register for FREE below.
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 20
"This is my dream job! If you’d asked six-year-old me what she wanted to do with her life, 'be a writer' was always the answer." Get to know & join her for a FREE virtual event w/ fellow crime novelist on THURSDAY:
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 20
. calls 's latest crime novel AND NOW SHE'S GONE "whip-smart and emotionally deep." Hear from the author on THURSDAY for a talk with on writing crime fiction. Register for FREE at
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 19
. calls 's latest crime novel DON'T LOOK DOWN, "a satisfying page-turner." Hear from the author THIS THURSDAY for a talk with on writing crime fiction. Register for FREE at .
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 16
Don't miss past speaker on Oct 19 discussing "What the Pandemic is Teaching Us" via ! Janisse Ray is a writer focused on the borderline between nature & culture, and has published acclaimed works across genres.
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 16
CONGRATULATIONS to & !! If you missed their events earlier this year, you can check them out in the archive here: & And of course then be sure to buy their books from your local booksellers!
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 16
CONGRATULATIONS to author ! If you missed his virtual event in May w/ , you can catch it here: and of course be sure to buy his book:
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 15
If you want to vote in the Nov 3 election, register or update your information today! Register online at or in-person at your local general registrar’s office by 5pm. Paper applications must be postmarked 10/15.
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 15
JUST ANNOUNCED! Join us Wed., October 28 at 7 PM ET for a special pre-election virtual event with as she discusses & her book, UNCOUNTED: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in the U.S. FREE! Register:
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Ny Thee Historian Oct 15
Grab the books and follow the podcasts wherever you get your podcasts. Great event. Thank you and for hosting!
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 15
Watch (or re-watch) today's featuring of in conversation with of on how we think about and what we do in our communities with regard to re-imagining monuments:
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NDBookshop Oct 15
A week from today, join us, , , and for the Film Festival's special virtual event for the new Diane Rehm documentary, When My Time Comes, directed by . For details, and to order the accompanying book, visit
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 15
Thanks for tuning in and for helping get the word out about today's event!
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Ny Thee Historian Oct 15
and are dropping wisdom and calls-to-action in the Shelf Life convo about monuments and history with ! Paul shouted out for kicking off the National convo! Catch it here if you missed the beginning:
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Virginia Festival of the Book Oct 15
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Jane B Kulow Oct 15
Live now, and kicks it off by placing this conversation in a public, rather than academic place, beginning with shared definitions so we can all understand the terms used. Monument, speculation, and much more
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