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Texas Book Festival Authors Focus of October 10 KAZI Book Review

Clay Smith, Literary Director of the Texas Book Festival, will be the October 10 guest, 12:30 p.m.-1 p.m. on KAZI Book Review on KAZI 88.7 FM.  Clay will discuss the exciting line-up of authors appearing at the annual book festival which is being held October 16-17 at the State Capitol Building in Austin, Texas.  Listen live online at www.kazifm.org.

Clay Smith

The Texas Book Festival celebrates its 15th anniversary with a star-studded lineup of 226 authors, including Laura W. Bush, the honorary chair and founder of the Book Festival. “I am especially pleased to participate as an author in this year’s Texas Book Festival,” said Mrs. Bush. “I am proud of the success of the festival and glad to be part of the 15th anniversary celebration.”

Headlining authors also include Pulitzer prize-winners Eugene Robinson, author of Disintegration: The Splintering of Black America,  Isabel Wilkerson, author of The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration, and Michael Cunningham, author of By Nightfall

Other well know authors appearing include Sam Harris, Alton Brown, Abraham Verghese, Joyce Maynard, Meg Cabot, Matt de la Peña, Jennifer Egan, and Justin Cronin. News and political junkies can hear from P.J. O’Rourke, Karl Rove, Jonathan Alter and William Jelani Cobb, and from journalists Michele Norris, Ian Frazier, Jake Silverstein, Robert Bryce and S.C. Gwynne.

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