By Tribune Staff
NASHVILLE, TN — One of the year’s biggest events for fans of literature, nonfiction and fiction work is being held this weekend. The 34th annual Southern Festival of Books starts Friday and continues through Sunday at the War Memorial Plaza and the Nashville Public Library. This year’s event is titled “A Celebration of the Written Word.”
The festival features readings, panel discussions, a bookfair, author signings, and music performances for poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers. Participating authors include fiction writers Julie Otsuka and Peng Shepherd; and nonfiction writers Rick Bragg, Patrick Radden Keefe, Imani Perry, and Margo Price. Festival events are free and open to the public.
Accessibility accommodations include elevators in all multilevel event spaces; accessible sidewalks, pathways, and doorways; ADA-compliant port-a-potties; desginated ADA seating; ramps; and accessible parking spaces.
For additional information on events, times, venues and more please visit the website at sofestofboks. org.