This week we highlight some of the most suspenseful books featured in author programs at the 2021 Festival, including “Mexican Gothic” (Silvia Moreno-Garcia), “The Sanatorium” (Sarah Pearse), “The Searcher” (Tana French) and “Houdini and Me” (Dan Gutman).
A tribute to the late Jerry Pinkney, with highlights from his many appearances at the National Book Festival.
Welcome to our ongoing celebration of the 2021 Library of Congress National Book Festival! We begin with the Library of Congress’ own experts, who take you into the Library’s vast collections and services to learn more about conservation, copyright, art and literature, comics, and genealogy.
The 2021 National Book Festival was, for a second consecutive year, seasoned with a bit of sabor latino, bringing virtual festivalgoers a total of seven Latino authors across different genres.
This Sunday, Oct. 10, Book TV on C-SPAN2 will feature five programs from the National Book Festival.
Announcement of viewership of the 2021 National Book Festival, C-SPAN2 programming on Oct. 10, and plans for the 2022 event.
This Friday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m., Frederick J. Ryan Jr. discusses his new book, “Wine and the White House: A History,” with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden during a National Book Festival Presents event.
The Library’s first live event since the COVID-19 restrictions of 2020 took place on Sept. 21, 2021 during the National Book Festival, with a conversation between crossword puzzle gurus Will Shortz and Adrienne Raphel.
Daily program guide and schedule for Sept. 26 of the 10-day Library of Congress National Book Festival, Sept. 17-26, 2021.
The Library of Congress National Book Festival takes a legion of people to make it happen. This post describes the generous Festival sponsors and their contributions.