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Fall for the Book Recommended for $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts Grant

Fall for the Book Recommended for $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts Grant

In pursuit of its commitment to advance the creative capacity of people and communities across the nation, the National Endowment for the Arts announces its second round of funding for FY 2018. This funding round includes annual partnerships with state, jurisdictional, and regional arts agencies…

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Summer Fun

Summer Fun

Fall for the Book: BEACH READS HOW MANY CAN YOU READ THIS SUMMER?   In October, when summer is a distant memory, bring your favorite water-logged, sun-screen stained, sand-encrusted copies of these books to FALL for the BOOK for their author’s signatures. FIND MORE GREAT…

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Featured Event: The Beck Environmental Lecture: Reversing Global Warming

Featured Event: The Beck Environmental Lecture: Reversing Global Warming

Fall for the Book presents The Beck Environmental Lecture: Reversing Global Warming Wednesday, Oct. 10, 6 p.m. Harris Theater, George Mason University In Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming ,Paul Hawken offers 100 concrete solutions to help abate climate change. Meticulously researched…

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Announcing the 2018 Fall for the Book Headliners

Announcing the 2018 Fall for the Book Headliners

  Tayari Jones, John Lewis, Elizabeth Strout, and Elizabeth Kostova to Headline 20th Anniversary Fall for the Book Festival Fall for the Book will turn 20 years old in style with a star-studded lineup of headliners including novelists Tayari Jones, Elizabeth Strout, and Elizabeth Kostova; and…

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20th Anniversary Poster Revealed

20th Anniversary Poster Revealed

Fall for the Book is proud to announce the winner of our 2018 poster contest: artist Jaime Cooper. We loved the splash of rainbow color pouring from the quill, as the reader enjoys her book. To find out more about her design, we asked Jaime what…

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New American Voices will “make us step back and look at ourselves with new eyes.”

New American Voices will “make us step back and look at ourselves with new eyes.”

Helon Habila speaks about Fall for the Book’s Institute for Immigration Research New American Voices Award My co-judges “said yes because as immigrants themselves they know how important immigrant literature is in redefining and re-conceptualizing a nation’s image of itself.” Dear readers, It is a pleasure…

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