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Third Annual Festival Of Books Brings Over 100 Authors To San Diego

The Union-Tribune San Diego Festival of Books is pictured in this undated pho...

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The San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books is a celebration for readers of all tastes and all ages.

Aired: August 23, 2019 | Transcript

The San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books is a celebration for readers of all tastes and all ages.

The third annual event takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday at Liberty Station. More than 20,000 people are expected at the event, which will host 100 authors, including bestselling writers like Sandra Brown and T. Jefferson Parker and acclaimed novelist Luis Alberto Urrea.

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In addition, KPBS and its partners will announce the winner of this year’s One Book, One San Diego contest.

Britt Nevetsky, director of events for The San Diego Union-Tribune, will join Midday Edition on Friday to give a preview of the event.

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