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Festival of Authors

Festival of Authors

This year, more than 600 authors from around the globe come to Miami to take part in the fair's international Festival of Authors. Writers come from all over the United States, and in previous years, the Fair has welcomed authors from countries like Argentina, Bosnia, Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, England, France, Finland, Guatemala, Haiti, Hong Kong, Israel, Ireland, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Trinidad, and other nations.

Event Highlights

Weekend Authors SessionsWeekend Authors Sessions

Saturday, Nov. 22 - Sunday, Nov. 23

On Saturday and Sunday, the Festival of Authors continues when more than 600 authors present their works, including the Latin American and Spanish authors who participate in the IberoAmerican Authors Program, and the up-and-coming Florida writers.

Hot Topics-Cool TrendsHot Topics-Cool Trends

Panel discussions on culture, politics, technology, and more...

Generation Genius: AuthorsGeneration Genius: Authors

Once again, Wolfson Campus will host thousands of teens and tweens excited to meet their favorite, or soon-to-be-favorite, author. 

IberoAmerican AuthorsIberoAmerican Authors

Sunday, Nov. 16 - Sunday, Nov. 23

El Programa de Autores Iberoamericanos de la Feria se complace en ofrecer lo mejor de la literatura contemporánea en español, con más de 60 autores invitados. Acompáñenos durante ocho días y descubra las novedades de ficción, ensayo, teatro, temas de actualidad y mucho más.

Author Sessions During the WeekAuthor Sessions During the Week

Sunday, Nov. 16 - Sunday, Nov. 23

Author sessions during the week include the popular Evenings With series, featuring readings by celebrities and world-renowned writers, and weekday sessions of the IberoAmerican authors program.

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