Festival Saturday is the busiest day of the South Dakota Festival of Books, with a large variety of workshops, panels and more all day in downtown Sioux Falls.
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I won the interview lottery with mystery/suspense writer Sandra Brannan. She answered my professional (read: stiff) email with a reply bordering on effusive.
2014 Festival author Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve
Note: South Dakota Humanities Council intern Anne Wempe interviewed four of our South Dakota Festival of Books authors to give fans an inside look at…
Friday Full of Festival Events
Festivalgoers pack Exhibitors’ Hall at the 2013 Festival in Deadwood
The South Dakota Festival of Books has a full scheduled, Friday, Sept. 26. See details below.…
Former U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser Reflects on Poetry, Good Advice
2014 Festival author Ted Kooser
Note: South Dakota Humanities Council intern Anne Wempe interviewed four of our South Dakota…
Festival Host City Showcases Own Talent
By Anna Wempe
Although the Festival brings in talented authors from all over the country, some of the featured authors won’t have to travel very far. They…
Festival Fans: Download our app to Enter to win an iPad mini!
Download our FREE mobile app that will help you navigate the 2014 South Dakota Festival of Books Sept. 25-28 in Sioux Falls and…
Young Readers Will Find Many Quality Events at 2014 Festival
By Anna Wempe
This year’s South Dakota Festival of Books focuses heavily on the theme of literature for children and young adults.…
Sonia Manzano: Sesame Street Star’s Favorite Author is Alice Munro
Book featured at this year’s Festival: The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano
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