Fox Cities Book Festival Celebrates its Eleventh Year with a Variety of Authors

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In its eleventh year running, a week-long Fox Cities Book Festival will offer more than 60 events and 50 authors at a dozen venues in the Fox Cities from October 8th-14th. 

Mystery, thriller, horror, romance, suspense, memoir, history, nature, true crime, graphic novels, picture books, middle-grade, young adult, and lots and lots of poetry will highlight the event.

The festival this year with feature authors Laura Jean Baker, Marcia Bjornerud, Linda Castillo, Neal Griffin, Joseph Heywood, Sean Jensen, Keiko Kasza, Gordon Kormna, David McGlynn, Carolyn Porter, Kurtis Scaletta, Richard Thomas, and many more.

Some favorite authors returning to the festival again this year include Crystak Chan, B.J. Hollars, Kurtis Scaletta, Gavin Schmitt and Laura Vosika. And coming back again, after last year’s successful event, will be Storycatchers with another live storytelling event titled “Unreliable Narrator.”

The Neenah, Menasha, Appleton, Kaukauna, and Kimberly-Little Chute public libraries will host the author events, with The Seeley G. Mudd Library, The Wriston Art Center, and the Warch Campus Center at Lawrence University and Fox Valley Technical College also serving as venues for featured author presentations.

Books will also be available for purchases at many of the events.

You can find the full schedule of events at

All events are free and open to the public.  

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