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Summer Reading: Virginia Festival of the Book

The Virginia Festival of the Book and Assistant Director Sarah Lawson launched the Shelf Life series of virtual author events in April in response to the need to escape the confines of pandemic life. VaBook has hosted discussions every Tuesday and Thursday since then, featuring graphic novels, romance fiction, true crime, historical nonfiction, literary fiction, […]

Books for the holidays: To give, and to get you through

The holiday shopping frenzy is in full swing! For the readers on your gift list, or for your own escape from the noise, check out these book recommendations by Sarah Lawson, Assistant Director, Virginia Center for the Book with Virginia Humanities. We welcome your comments below!   It’s the time of year when you’re searching […]

Summer Reading: A User’s Guide

Summer is the perfect time to begin reading a new book, but knowing where to look for new reading material is often tricky. Sarah Lawson, Assistant Director for the Virginia Center for the Book with the Virginia Humanities, gives her suggestions on where to start.   “Summer reading” means a lot of things to a […]

UVA’s Recommended Holiday Reads: Part 2

Written by Sarah Lawson, Assistant Director, Virginia Center for the Book Whether you’re looking to curl up with a tome or need last-minute holiday gifts, recent and forthcoming books by UVa faculty and alumni promise something for everyone. What’s more, you’ll have the opportunity to meet these authors at the 2017 Virginia Festival of the […]