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Listen to the authors: A preview of Arkansas Literary Festival speakers

Posted By on Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 7:58 AM

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Who says all the news is bad? The Arkansas Literary Festival is coming up this weekend and you can get a taste of author talks to come by listening to a couple of podcasts with interviews with the writers.

Here's an Apple link. (corrected)

And here's an Android link.

From Part I:

Featured authors include Alex Beam, author of The Feud: Vladimir Nabokov, Edmund Wilson, and the End of a Beautiful Friendship; Cora Daniels, author of Impolite Conversations; Odie Lindsey, author of We Come to Our Senses; Therese Oneill, author of Unmentionable: A Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage and Manners; and Owen Laukkanen, author of The Forgotten Girls.

From Part II:

Featured authors include Hussein Hussein, author of Euphrates Dance; Kanishk Tharoor, author of Swimmer Among the Stars; Dominic Walliman, author of the Professor Astro Cat series; Ed Bethune, author of A Pearl for Kizzy; and Celia Anderson, author of 100 Things to Do in Little Rock Before You Die.

Everything about Lit Fest at their website.

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