What will the next pandemic be? Beverly Sher says that there’s always another pandemic. And: a rapid, at-home Lyme disease test is in the works. Campers everywhere, rejoice!
Join us at The Bradbury and Vault Virginia on March 23rd as we ring in the 30th anniversary of the Virginia Festival of the Book!
Today, we’re thrilled to announce more than 100 authors who will be joining us at our 30th annual festival! But we’re not quite done. A few more authors will be announced in the coming weeks. And stay tuned next week for the schedule of events.
Jess Walters plans to use their Virginia Health Equity & Justice Fellowship to strengthen accessibility accommodations in creative spaces across Charlottesville.
When we dig underground, we get a chance to dig deeper into history. From Spanish conquistadors to bird bone flutes, today we’re channeling our inner Indiana Jones for an archeological adventure.
Are you dying to know what’s coming at the 30th annual Virginia Festival of the Book? Here’s a sneak peek at some announcements to come.
Enjoy a delectable breakfast and sparkling mimosas while exploring the imaginations and realities behind historical fiction.
Get a special all-day-pass to Paramount programs with Danica Roem, Roxane Gay, Percival Everett, and Ada Limón; or individual tickets to your favorite writers’ events.
In the earlier stages of the pandemic, when many people were still staying as close to home as possible, nearly 1 in 5 American households adopted a pet. Today we’re talking furry friends, and also some not-so-furry friends (6 foot lizard anyone?).
Jefferson Madison Regional Libray and Virginia Humanities are pleased to announce Rachel Beanland’s Florence Adler Swims Forever, winner of the 2020 National Jewish Book Award for Debut Fiction, as the 2024 Same Page Community Read selection.
By intertwining Virginia Folklife Program archival materials from Reedville with present-day voices, we hope to give insight into the past and future of this beloved community museum.
Steve Christo of Perrin Creek Custom Boots makes bold and colorful boots out of his Gloucester shop, made from trees felled on his land.