Events, Literary

North Carolina Literary Festival Schedule Released

LitFestLogoThe North Carolina Literary Festival, set for Sept. 10-13 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has announced the days, times and places that its 100 authors will read, perform or speak.

The free public festival, funded entirely by gifts and grants, is organized and sponsored by the libraries of UNC and N.C. State and Duke universities, with additional support from N.C. Central University. Held every other year, the location rotates among the three campuses.

Download the full schedule here.

Please note that, while all events are free and open to the public, some require tickets to reserve seating. Ticket information is available on the Festival Web site: http://www.ncliteraryfestival.org.

Discussion

5 Responses to “North Carolina Literary Festival Schedule Released”

  1. Is this an annual event? If yes, I would like to learn more about being a volunteer.
    Thank you,
    Rhesa Rubin

    Posted by rhesa rubin | April 28, 2010, 10:49 pm
  2. Rhesa, thanks for your interest. The Literary Festival has, to date, been an every-other-year event, rotating among the largest university libraries in the Triangle (UNC, NCSU, and Duke). Specifics of the 2011 festival are still being planned, but every festival in the past has needed volunteers, so do stay tuned.
    Judy Panitch
    Director of Library Communications

    Posted by Library Staff | April 29, 2010, 9:17 am
  3. My tenth novel appeared in April, ABDUCTED BY CIRCUMSTANCE [see website please: davidmadden.net. How do I apply to be included in your 2011 Festival? David Madden

    Posted by David Madden | July 13, 2010, 1:37 pm
  4. I would like to bring a group of High School students to the next festival. Please send me information about dates as they become available so I can plan accordingly. Thanks.

    Posted by Ann Rodgers | October 2, 2010, 10:19 am
  5. Ann (and others): Thank you for your interest. The next scheduled host for the festival is the library at North Carolina State University. I do not believe a festival date has yet been announced. We will post more when details are available.
    Sincerely,
    Judy Panitch
    Director of Library Communications

    Posted by Library Staff | October 5, 2010, 3:43 pm

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