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Almost everything you need to know about Tucson's annual book festival.

Readers add to list of books that embrace the soul of Southern Arizona.

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The seventh annual Tucson Festival of Books kicks off today at the University of Arizona. With kids’ activities, a slew of tents, 350 authors,…

Concussions and the future of the NFL are among the book fest's current topics.

Level of submissions "truly phenomenal," says one judge.

Literacy programs benefit from the donations.

Oro Valley author H. Alan Day loves wild horses so much he dedicated a significant chunk of his time and resources to live with them and sustain them.

Oro Valley author Nicole Camp fulfilled a childhood dream when her fantasy/sci-fi novel “Shadow Born” was published last week.

  • Kimberly Matas Arizona Daily Star

Even hoodie-and-umbrella weather didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the thousands of people who strolled the University of Arizona Mall Saturday …

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Anne Thompson, left, and Chloe Cobb, dressed appropriately as angels, hand out bookmarks for "Our First 22 Days in Heaven," by David Orlowski …

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Anne Thompson, left, and Chloe Cobb, dressed appropriately as angels, hand out bookmarks for "Our First 22 Days in Heaven," by David Orlowski …

  • A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

Author Jodi Picoult packed the Student Union Ballroom on Saturday for her presentation. Picoult is the author of 18 novels. Her latest is "The…

  • PHOTOS BY A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Actor, author and conservationist Ted Danson talks with Mindy Miller before the start of his presentation during the fifth Tucson Festival of …

  • KELLY PRESNELL / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Garrett Allen, right, loses his grip on a tarp as a strong gust of wind hampers the setup of backstage tents for The Lindley Lopez Circus. It …

  • PHOTOS BY KELLY PRESNELL / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

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  • Kelly Presnell/Arizona Daily Sta

Under dark, rolling clouds, volunteers George Price, left, and Tom Swanson do some last minute work on vendor tents.

  • Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Today's the day. The tents are up. The authors are ready. And the rain is expected to blow over, leaving a bright, brisk day for the Tucson Fe…

  • Phil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star

Overheard on the Green Fields Country Day School playground: "My mommy has written more New York Times best-sellers than your mommy!"

  • ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Laila Hallaby

  • ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Joni Wallace