A review of the importance of the sponsors and donors who support the annual Library of Congress National Book Festival.
“Hearing Black Voices” is one of the major threads at the 2020 National Book Festival, featuring an array of prominent Black authors.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival, our first virtual festival, to be held Sept. 25-27.
The Library of Congress National Book Festival will present a robust lineup of live and recorded programming featuring all-star authors for schools and young audiences at home on Friday, Sept. 25.
At the National Book Festival, the names of our stages are quite important and, in some ways, they tell the story of the event’s history.
Read what some of our authors have to say about participating in this year’s all-virtual National Book Festival.
The 2020 National Book Festival will feature three major threads — “Fearless Women, “Hearing Black Voices” and “Democracy in the 21st Century” — that will anchor the Library’s 20th festival and its first virtual one. This post focuses on “Fearless Women.”
An overview of what users can expect at the 20th Library of Congress National Book Festival, all-virtual for the first time in 2020.
Poetry & Prose. The name is appropriately alliterative for this long-running stage at the Library of Congress National Book Festival that features some of our most literary writers.
A celebration of the National Book Festival’s “groupies”: the authors, poets and illustrators who have joined us multiple times, in some cases just about every time they publish a book.