Posts By: Julie Wernersbach

Mindy Kaling Added to #TTBF 2016!

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The Texas Teen Book Festival announced HUGE news today! Mindy Kaling, creator and star of the critically acclaimed series “The Mindy Project,” will join this year’s stellar lineup of authors at the 2016 Texas Teen Book Festival on Saturday, October 1 at St. Edwards University. Kaling will discuss both of her comedic memoirs with Sarah Pitre […]

Hannah Hart Update

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      Due to personal reasons, Hannah Hart will no longer appear at Texas Book Festival. Her session has been canceled. If you have purchased a book ticket, you will receive an email from us soon with additional information. Thanks! WHO: HANNAH HART WHAT: Speaking & signing Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded WHERE: Texas Book […]

T. C. Boyle at Texas Book Festival!

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WHO: T. C. BOYLE WHAT: Speaking & signing The Terranauts WHERE: Texas Book Festival, Central Presbyterian Church, 200 E 8th Street, Austin TX WHEN: Saturday, November 5 at 1:00PM HOW:  Book Tickets are no longer available online. We’ll have general seating available at Central Presbyterian Church. (Priority seating is reserved for people who purchased Book Tickets in advance.) Books will be […]

Texas Book Festival Presents Grace Bonney October 7!

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  Tickets to this event are no longer available online. They are available at the door, while supplies last!   WHO: GRACE BONNEY with Nikisha Brunson, Norma Jeanne Maloney, Natalie Davis of Canoe, Ashley and Christina Cheng, and Kirsten Dickerson WHAT: In conversation about In The Company of Women WHERE: Central Presbyterian Church, 200 East 8th Street, Austin, TX 78701 WHEN: Friday, […]

Update From the Lit Director Desk

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As summer marches along and we’re wading knee-deep into 2o16 Festival prep, I thought it might be a good time for an update. So much is being planned for this year’s Fest, happening November 5 and 6 (first rule of festival life: never pass up an opportunity to mention the dates), that it seems the only real […]

Julie’s Recommended Reads in July

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Summer is officially here. My tote bag is stuffed with swim gear, bottled water and at least three books at a time. Here’s what I’m looking forward to seeing on shelves this month: You Are Having A Good Time by Amie Barrodale This is the debut collection of short fiction to grab this month. Barrodale is […]

New Books to Check Out in May

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A new month means a fresh crop of books on bookstore shelves. Here are a few we’re adding to our To-Be-Read pile this month.   The After Party by Anton DiSclafani (May 17) DiSclafani is the author of the well-received, book club-ready novel, The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls (I will spend the rest of my book career attempting […]