Can’t join us March 20-24? Live-stream the Festival!

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Can’t make it to Central Virginia to attend Festival programs in-person this year? Check out the live-streams we have planned for this year’s programming, and make plans to tune in on the Virginia Festival of the Book’s or Virginia Humanities’ Facebook pages.

  1. American Addictions: Our Opioids Crisis—Wed. 3/20/19, 2:00 PM
  2. Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America—Wed. 3/20/19, 4:00 PM     
  3. History Embodied: Public Monuments & Power—Wed. 3/20/19, 6:00 PM
  4. Ruth King: Mindful of Race—Wed. 3/20/19, 6:00 PM          
  5. Red Truck Bakery Cookbook Demo with Brian Noyes—Thurs. 3/21/19, 11:00 AM
  6. Speaking Fearlessly: Tressie McMillan Cottom—Thurs. 3/21/19, 4:00 PM
  7. Place & Politics in Music: Cultural Histories—Fri. 3/22/19, 12:00 PM
  8. New Writing on Climate Change: A Dialogue on Responsibility—Fri. 3/22/19, 2:00 PM
  9. Political (Dis)harmony: Music & Social Movements—Fri. 3/22/19, 2:00 PM
  10. The Attractions of Power: Latin America—Fri. 3/22/19, 4:00 PM
  11. Overcoming the Odds: Biographies of Great American Leaders—Fri. 3/22/19, 4:00 PM
  12. Writing Tough Topics with Laurie Halse Anderson and Jason Reynolds—Fri. 3/22/19, 6:00 PM
  13. Latinx Fiction for Young Readers—Sat. 3/23/19, 12:00 PM
  14. Friday Black: A Conversation with Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah and Ron Charles—Sat. 3/23/19, 2:00 PM
  15. An Afternoon with the National Book Awards: Leslie Connor, Rebecca Makkai, Diana Khoi Nguyen, and Sarah Smarsh—Sat. 3/23/19, 4:00 PM 
  16. Letters About Literature Celebration – Sat. 3/23/19, 4:00 PM
  17. Finding Wisdom: A Letterpress Project (Artist Talk)—Sun. 3/24/19, 1:00 PM 
  18. A World Built on Bondage: Racism and Human Diversity in Award-Winning Fiction—Sun. 3/24/19, 3:00 PM