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Author J.A. Jance: Second-Grade Teacher Inspired Her

Mystery writer, coming to Tucson Festival of Books, had to overcome gender discrimination at UA.

Tucson Author Elizabeth Gunn Interviews 'A Lot of Cops' to Nail Scenes

Festival of Books speaker shares her writing life, features local sites in her mystery stories.

Life-changing Experiences While Serving Overseas

Peace Corps volunteers say life abroad opens new horizons, and is unforgettable.

Sonoran Strange: Our Captivating and Complicated Community

Tucson poet, artist and performer Logan Phillips releases new book inspired by the region.

Arizona's Scenic Contribution to Movie, Television History

New book explores how Southern Arizona's landscapes became iconic representations of the American West.

Kaleidoscopic Look at Bradbury, Famous Sci-Fi Writer

Essay collection explores his life and different dimensions of his work; fans will be able to find it at Tucson Festival of Books' Science City.

Award Winning Artist Expresses Admiration for Ravens

Common bird is considered playful and intelligent, connected to mythology and symbolism.

New Book is First Comprehensive Biography of Ted DeGrazia

Veteran journalists James and Marilyn Johnson became intrigued by Arizona artist's mystery, myths surrounding who he was.

French Graphic Novel Tells Story of Tucson Music Scene

A new graphic novel released in Europe highlights the music scene and culture of Tucson.

Lowrider Book Explores Historical Context of Cultural Icon

Mexican American lowrider aesthetic maintains connections with post-WWII origins, expert says

Tales of Redemption and Revenge from Weston Ochse

An interview about having fun on the darker side of the literary street with the Sierra Vista-based author of horror and fantasy.

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Author Thomas E. Sheridan is a panel member for a discussion called "Does Arizona History Matter?" being held at Hotel Congress. Here he explains the significance of Arizona's history.

Does Arizona History Matter?

Historian and author Thomas E. Sheridan shares his view on a question that says as much about the state's future as its past

Brian Gross a co-organizer of TusCon 38.

A Celebration of Imagination

The 38th Annual TusCon Science Fiction Convention for fans of fantasy

Since 1974, Benson's Singing Wind Bookstore has lured students of the Southwest well off the beaten path.

Web Feature: A Bookstore at the End of the World

On a remote ranch outside Benson, a librarian tends a unique collection—and a devoted following

How Technology is Changing the Public Library

The Pima County Public Library relies more on digital media every day, but what does that mean for the future of paper books?

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