Butler is one of several authors planning in-person events at this fall's Wisconsin Book Festival.
"At one point this year we had 47 authors confirmed for in-person events and now that number has gone to below 20," said Conor Moran, director of the Wisconsin Book Festival.
The libraries are now at 50% occupancy with masks and social distancing still required.
Longtime columnist and comic mystery novelist Carl Hiaasen will be the featured author at Madison Public Library Foundation’s annual fundraiser on May 25.
Reginald Sutcliffe was a "giant" in developing mathematical models for relaying weather information.
Author Andrew J. Graff's "Raft of Stars," will speak with fellow Wisconsin author Nickolas Butler during a Wisconsin Book Festival virtual event later this month.
Intimate book readings in a cozy coffee shop are not pandemic-friendly.
Mandel's fifth novel follows her successful post-apocalyptic "Station 11."
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author used to spend time in Lac du Flambeau and will discuss her new book as part of a virtual event through the Wisconsin Book Festival next month.
Ibram X. Kendi is making a free online appearance at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday as part of the Wisconsin Book Festival.
Reid will appear as part of a virtual event with this month's Wisconsin Book Festival.
The free festival, running Oct. 15-17, is being held online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Amy Quan Barry is an English professor at UW-Madison who has written four books of poetry and a novel about Vietnam. Her new book, due out Mar…
New York Times bestselling author Tea Obreht is one of the headliners of this year’s Wisconsin Book Festival. Her latest book, “Inland,” tells…
Celebrated children's author praises those who read aloud to their kids.
Female authors will headline this year’s Wisconsin Book Festival, highlighting issues ranging from race and politics to flight and food.