2018 headliners’ work grapples with topics of race and history, social equality, international policy, culinary histories, war, and fake news…
Nathan Englander (Dinner at the Center of the World) will speak at the annual Literary Luncheon on March 22, 2018.
The Virginia Festival of the Book is a community-driven effort, and, as such, greatly appreciates the support of these organizations, schools, and groups in helping to develop and present our 2017 programs. This page will be updated with our partners for the 2018 Festival once …
As a Festival author, we want you to feel empowered to promote your participation in the 2018 Virginia Festival of the Book to your readers, whether they’re long-time fans of your work or have just discovered you through the Festival. Below is a list of suggestions and …
In addition to the local literary-related resources listed below, the Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau has a wealth of information to help you plan your trip to the Charlottesville area:
Things to do
To explore local transportation options and find out more about CHO, the official …
Michael W. Twitty, author of The Cooking Gene
Khizr Khan (An American Family) will speak as a 2018 Festival headliner on March 22, 2018.
Khizr Khan, author of An American Family and This Is Our Constitution
Calling all middle and high school students! Submit your creative writing for the opportunity to be in the twenty-third annual Virginia Festival of the Book.
The 2017 Poetry & Prose Contest is open to students in grades 5-8 and 9-12 in the City of Charlottesville …