Book Events: Fairs, Festivals, and Conferences (2022 and 2023)
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8 Events Found in Texas
600 Soledad Street, San Antonio, Texas
The Festival is a day-long event that unites readers and writers alike. Author presentations are held indoors while outdoors the Festival grounds are active with book sales, signings, children’s story time and learning projects, family activities, and a technology area. Food trucks offer a variety of eats; special tents feature live music and recipe demonstrations by cookbook authors. The large Festival Marketplace offers a lively setting for booksellers, publishers, literary-minded nonprofits, and local artists and craftmakers.Learn more about San Antonio Book Festival on AALBC.com.
1165 Angelina St, Austin, TX 78702, Austin, Texas
Now  in its fifteenth year, the Austin African American Book Festival is a community-focused event that invites some of the greatest literary talent of our generation to engage directly with readers to foster creativity, activism, and positive change.Learn more about Austin African American Book Festival on AALBC.com.
2222 W Loop S, Houston, Texas 77027
3536 Grand Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75210
Date: Saturday, August 20, 2022
Time: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Website: Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair
Phone: 214-565-9026 ext 311
12512 Walters Rd, Houston, Texas
The National Black Book Festival (NBBF) is an annual event, sponsored by Cushcity.com, the world’s largest African-American retailer online. The event attracts a wide array of authors, publishers, book clubs, libraries and individual readers from the Southwest U.S. and nationwide.
The festival was cofounded by author and entrepreneur Gwen Richardson and her husband Willie Richardson.Learn more about National Black Book Festival on AALBC.com.
The Texas Book Festival (#TXBOOKFEST) celebrates authors and their contributions to the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination.
The Texas Book Festival was established in 1995 by Laura Bush, a former librarian and an ardent advocate of literacy. Along with Mary Margaret Farabee, founding co-chair, Mrs. Bush created a task force to plan a book festival to honor Texas authors, promote the joys of reading and serve to benefit the state’s public libraries. The first Festival took place at the Capitol in November 1996.
The signature event has evolved into one of the premier literary events in the country and takes place in and around the State Capitol in Austin, hosting about 250 authors each year. More than 40,000 book lovers of all ages attend the Festival annually, enjoying author readings and presentations, panel discussions, book signings, cooking demonstrations, live music, local food, YA authors, children’s activities, and exhibiting vendors from across the state. While remaining an important showcase for the work of Texas authors, the Texas Book Festival hosts important writers from all over the world and has earned a national reputation for the quality of its programming and its appeal to readers, authors, and publishers alike.Learn more about Texas Book Festival on AALBC.com.
3310 E. Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas 78220
Hosted by: The Friends of Carver Library
Date: Saturday, February 25, 2023
Time: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Website: San Antonio African American Book Festival
500 W. LAS COLINAS BLVD. Irving Texas, 75039, Irving, Texas
The North Texas Teen Book Festival strives to connect our reading community, adding dimension to the reading experience through diverse author panels and dynamic discussions in a safe and fun environment.Learn more about North Texas Teen Book Festival on AALBC.com.