Coming up this weekend, Tucson, AZ is the place to be for two days of panels, signings, workshops, good food, and more, all to support Arizona literacy programs. It’s the 6th annual Tucson Festival of Books at the University of Arizona. We’ll be stuck in LA following the #TFOB hashtag on Twitter and eagerly awaiting the local LA Times Festival of Books (which is just around the corner!), but our very own Linda Lee Peterson, author of last fall’s beloved mysteries The Devil’s Interval and Edited to Death, is making the trip. Her mysteries may be set in San Francisco, but she’s got plenty of sass and spark reserved for Tucson!
Catch Linda at the Author’s Pavilion East at 2 p.m. on Sunday, with fellow authors Rashid Brown, Mark Chester, Annita Clark-Weaver, Joe Hewitt, Pauline Lewinson, Anna Lynn, David Rawson, Reid Rosenthal, and Chia-lin Pao Tao.
And check out the Tucson Festival of Book’s full schedule to catch up with Scott Turow, Richard Russo, Lois Lowry, R.L. Stine, and many other literary powerhouses.