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On Tuesday, October 14th, the Latino Leadership for the Library Committee (L³) hosted Jim Estrada at the Central Library Auditorium. Estrada read from his book “The ABCs and Ñ of America’s Cultural Evolution: A Primer on the Growing Influence of Hispanics, Latinos and mesitzos in the USA”.Read More
On October 8th the San Antonio Book Festival hosted authors Sarah Bird and Jan Jarboe Russell at the Central Library Auditorium. Sarah Bird read from her 9th and latest novel “Above the East China Sea” and guests enjoyed a vivid conversation between the authors.Read More
The Foundation, East Central ISD, Gemini Ink hosted A Conversation with the Constitution to celebrate the 227th birthday of the U.S. Constitution with our friends at KLRN Studios on Wednesday, September 17th.Read More
On Wednesday, August 20, members for the Latino Leadership for Library Committee (L3) and Library friends came together to celebrate Adan Medrano, chef and author of Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage in Recipes.Read More
11:00 am San Antonio Country Club
The San Antonio Public Library Foundation will host photographer and local adventurer Jonathan Calvert to introduce his epic book The Urge to Know .
October 25-26, 10am-5pm; Texas Capitol Grounds, Austin, TX
The 19th annual Texas Book Festival, taking place Saturday and Sunday, features more than 275 authors.
3:00 pm Tobin Center for the Performing Arts - 100 Auditorium Circle, San Antonio, TX 78205
The San Antonio Book Festival is calling all David Sedaris’ fans in the San Antonio area! Congratulations to our winners!!!
10AM – 5PM - Central Library
Our annual, free, day-long event at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art, unites readers and writers in a celebration of ideas, books, libraries and literary culture.
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