Kids get new books when they go back to school in the fall. In the Twin Cities, adults (and kids and teens) can score some fine reads at the Twin Cities Book Festival each autumn. This totally free event brings books and people together for a jam-packed day of readings from authors ranging from local to international, book sales from major publishers and small imprints, and vintage and vinyl deals. Appearances include NPR correspondant Aarti Namdev Shahani, whose memoir, We Are Here, examines America through the personal lens of her family’s immigration; Ben Percy, whose latest, Suicide Woods, is a nail-biting mystery; and YA author Rachel Gold, who explores love and gender identity with In the Silences. Find the complete schedule and more at twincitiesbookfestival.com.
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Rain Taxi’s Twin Cities Book Festival is THE annual gathering for readers, writers, publishers, and purveyors of all things literary. The one-day #TCBF features dozens of presenting authors, special children’s programs, and over 150 exhibitors featuring new and used books, quirky literary curiosities, and more.
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