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Tucson Festival of Books March 10 and 11, 2012.


Night sky in the Sonoran Desert, south of Tucson, Arizona.

Everybody:  If you can, get to Tucson, Arizona, on March 10 and 11 for the Tucson Festival of Books.  It's a great event with lots of authors participating. There is also food, exhibitors, a movie screening on Saturday night (the 1963 classic HUD staring Paul Newman), cool science stuff, and warm, sunny, southern Arizona weather.

While there is a lot going on, the Festival is all about books, reading, and literacy.   I'll be there and tweeting when I can, so check the 'Follow on Twitter' link in the side bar to get the latest up-dates.

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  1. It sounds great. Wish I could be there!

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  2. PMD, I think it is going to be a blast. The festival will also have special sections for childrens books, demonstration from cookbook authors, giant puzzles to be completed by those in attendance, and more. C-Span will be there, so perhaps you can catch some of the festival on t.v.

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  3. And the reason "Hud" is being shown is because the great Larry McMurtry is this year's honored author and Hud is based on his first--of 30--novels, "Horseman,Pass By" of 1961.

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