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Charleston Literary Festival
November 4 – 13, 2022
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The Charleston Literary Festival, formerly ‘Charleston to Charleston,’ takes place each November at various venues in Charleston and will be presented both in-person and virtually. It offers the opportunity to engage with renowned authors, in an appealing setting, and to contribute to conversations that revolve around outstanding books, ideas, and stories that illuminate the human condition.
Since its first appearance in 2017, the Festival has established a reputation for presenting exceptional speakers from diverse backgrounds in intimate contexts: Pulitzer, Booker and Nobel prize-winners, regularly cited in books-of-the-year lists.
In case you missed it, it is now possible to watch 22 recorded sessions online from the 2021 Charleston Literary Festival and they are free to view. To access all these recorded sessions, click here.
What does it take to write a Booker-nominated novel? Watch three of the four US nominees for the 2021 Booker Prize – Maggie Shipstead, Patricia Lockwood and Nathan Harris – in vibrant conversation with Bill Goldstein about their respective writing processes. To watch, click here.
Discover how Call Me By Your Name award-winning author André Aciman found his writing voice thanks to a melange of languages and a passion for the rhythm of music. To watch his conversation with Maura Hogan, click here.
Join Carl Zimmer, The New York Times science columnist, on a spell-binding journey to the margins of life, from viruses to computer intelligence, as he seeks to define what it means to be alive. To watch, click here.
To access other recoded sessions and view conversations with Yaa Gyasi, George Saunders, Lauren Groff, James Ivory, Colm Toibin and many more, click here.
To learn more about the Charleston Literary Festival, click here.
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