Next weekend it’s BAAAACK! The great Tucson Festival of Books runs Saturday and Sunday March 15 and 16 with hundreds of authors, a mind-boggling array of panels and talks and book signings and entertainment .
Check out the nice weather in these pictures, and consider a quick trip to Tucson.
However, if you REALLY can’t get to Tucson for the festival, you can read sixteen reviews and interview of authors who will be doing presentations this year. Yes, we have them all right here at A Traveler’s Library.
I must admit I may have missed some of the authors from this year’s TFOB list that we have previously written about or reviewed, because my eyes glaze over scanning a list of hundreds of writers.
NOTE: Special attractions this year include former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
Click on the titles below to read my reviews of these author’s books, some of whom I met for the first time at the Tucson Festival of Books.
Tony HIllerman’s Landscape (American Southwest).
Making Masterpiece Reviewed at Reel Life With Jane
Maisie Dobbs (England)
Murder Below Montparnasse (Paris)
Rage Against the Dying (Tucson)
C. J. Box
Lonesome Dove, The Last Picture Show (A guest essay by Ruth Pennebaker).
Roads (An American Road Trip)
Jack Ruby’s Kitchen Sink (Borderlands)
What the Heart Knows (An author interview)
Going Back to Bisbee (southern Arizona)