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Just Announced! A 10-Day National Book Festival for 2021

Library of Congress National Book Festival logo with featured authors

The 2021 Library of Congress National Book Festival will include appearances by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Roxane Gay, Michael J. Fox, Kazuo Ishiguro and more.

We’re excited to share the launch details for this year’s Library of Congress National Book Festival! Mark your calendar for Sept. 17-26—our 2021 event will be bigger and better than ever, a 10-day multi-format event where you can create your own festival experience with videos on demand, author conversations in real time and live question-and-answer sessions, as well as a new podcast series, a national television special and some in-person, ticketed events at the Library in Washington, D.C.

Here’s the full launch announcement, and here is the newly-updated 2021 Library of Congress National Book Festival website.

Are you excited? We are! Subscribe to this blog and stay tuned in the weeks to come for more details, a comprehensive schedule, and more ways you can participate in your National Book Festival this September 17-26.

5 Comments

  1. Mary Lambdin
    June 7, 2021 at 2:11 pm

    Love to get whatever is pertinent. This is always such a great event.

  2. NANCY SANCHEZ E
    June 7, 2021 at 2:52 pm

    me encantarĂ­a que si es posible me tomaran en cuenta para este magnifico evento.

  3. Kathy Fredrick
    June 7, 2021 at 3:29 pm

    Attended virtually in 2020, looking forward to online events, and even hope to be able to attend in person this year.

  4. Barbara Tamborini
    June 7, 2021 at 5:11 pm

    Hoped that this would be back to the in person event it was pre-Covid. Not interested in all the virtual stuff, hope that some day this will return to the great in person event it used to be!!

  5. Marilyn
    June 8, 2021 at 8:36 am

    Great event each year

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