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Garden & Gun book signing

The Savannah Magazine photo gallery from the Garden & Gun book signing has been posted.
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Were you seen?

See Savannah Magazine’s coverage of The Southerner’s Cookbook signing with author David DiBenedetto! read more…

GIVE BACK BUCKS ARE BACK

GOOD NEWS!

In 2015, the Savannah Book Festival received nearly $8000 in GIVE BACK BUCKS advertising credits from the Savannah Morning News. Those credits, in turn, are helping the Festival spread the word throughout the Low Country about authors coming to Savannah in SBF’s 9th season. read more…

Cara Nicoletti to host book signing at Smith Brothers Butcher Shop

Foodies and bookworms will find common ground at an upcoming event sponsored by the Savannah Book Festival and Smith Brothers Butcher Shop. read more…

Headliners announced in Do

The Savannah Book Festival has released information on several events for the 2016 festival, including three well-known headlining authors. read more…

William Paul Young on the Controversies of Reimagining Eve

Best-selling author of The Shack (Windblown Media, 2007) William Paul Young is releasing his highly-anticipated story of creation, Eve (Howard Books), later this month. PW caught up with the innovative storyteller to learn more about Eve, the much-maligned first woman of the Bible and the supposed architect of humankind’s downfall. He speaks of inspiration and challenges, how his previous works influenced Eve, and accusations against him of heresy for, among other things, his portrayal of the Trinity in The Shack. read more…

2016 SBF Board of Directors

The Savannah Book Festival recently announced the 2016 Savannah Book Festival board of director’s executive committee. read more…

Erik Larson announced as keynote speaker for 2016 Savannah Book Festival

The Savannah Book Festival has announced that Erik Larson will appear as the keynote speaker at the 2016 Savannah Book Festival, running Feb. 11–14, 2016, at locations throughout Savannah. read more…

Sue Monk Kidd brings Southern tale to Savannah

You probably first heard of Sue Monk Kidd around 2002 with the release of her best selling novel, “The Secret Life of Bees,” which spent more than two and half years on the New York Times bestseller list and sold more than 8 million copies worldwide. It was later made into a major motion picture. Since then, the self-proclaimed “Georgia girl,” has followed that success with “The Mermaid Chair,” and several best-selling memoirs including “Traveling with Pomegranates,” which she wrote with her daughter, Ann Kidd Taylor. read more…

See photos from the Book Festival in the Savannah Morning News photo essays

Meet the Author VIP Party

On The Street

Patton Oswalt Book Signing

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