Intimate book readings in a cozy coffee shop are not pandemic-friendly.
The free festival, running Oct. 15-17, is being held online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Female authors will headline this year’s Wisconsin Book Festival, highlighting issues ranging from race and politics to flight and food.
Book lovers are trying to figure out how to fit in as many as 60 events over four days this fall.
The elegant overlap of the Wisconsin Book Festival and the Wisconsin Science Festival provides many opportunities to, as the Science Fest advertises, unleash one’s curiosity.
The Wisconsin Book Festival is an embrace of reading that starts Thursday, largely centered at Madison's Central Library.
The new store on Atwood Avenue will focus on wine and beer retail, along with a small wine bar.
The new Central Library on Mifflin Street looks beautiful. But it's the revolutionary things happening inside that are turning heads.
High School Friday is designed to introduce students to book writing and publishing.
If last year's festival, with 140 events over five days, was a sweeping epic, consider this year's fest more of an intricately plotted novella, with 50 events over four days.
The Weather Underground figure's new book to focus on living in the public eye since emerging from life on the run.