Hit the Books

Previewing the Texas Book Festival

The 15th annual Texas Book Festival runs Oct. 16-17 on and around the Texas state Capitol grounds (11th Street and Congress Avenue). All sessions are free and open to the public; arrive early to ensure seating. For the full festival lineup, visit www.texasbookfestival.org. And for additional coverage of 2010 Texas Book Festival authors, see austinchronicle.com/texasbookfestival.

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