Journalists and producers at KUT and “Texas Standard” are proud to moderate author panels at the 2019 Texas Book Festival taking place in and around the grounds of the State Capitol Building the weekend of October 26 and 27.
If you plan to go, be sure to stop by some of these panels to say hello.
SATURDAY, Oct. 26
Rebecca McInroy, KUT, 11:45 a.m.
Bring Your Brain to Work: Using Psychology to Make the Most of Your Work Life
Author: Art Markman
Capitol Extension Room E2.036 (1100 Congress Avenue)
Joy Diaz, Texas Standard, 1:30 p.m.
What Can We Do? Actions to Help the Crisis at the Border
Authors: J. J. Mulligan Sepúlveda, William Lopez
Latinx Lit Tent (Congress and 8th Street)
Claire McInerny, KUT, 2:45 p.m.
Authors: Jasmine Guillory, Christina Lauren
Capitol Extension Room E2.026 (1100 Congress Avenue)
SUNDAY, Oct. 27
Jennifer Stayton, KUT, 11:00 a.m.
Predisposed to Vote: The Evolutionary Science of Our Political Divide
Author: Hector A. Garcia
Capitol Extension Room E2.016 (1100 Congress Avenue)
Audrey McGlinchy, KUT, 12:30 p.m.
Why We Can’t Look Away: Women, Violence, and Cultural Obsession
Authors: Julia Phillips, Rachel Monroe
Capitol Extension Room E2.014 (1100 Congress Avenue)
Jennifer Stayton, KUT, 3:15 p.m.
Vaccines Did Not Cause My Daughter’s Autism
Author: Peter Hotez
Capitol Extension Room E2.012 (1100 Congress Avenue)
The Texas Book Festival is free to the public. One of the largest and most prestigious literary festivals in the country, the annual Texas Book Festival features 300+ nationally and critically recognized adult and children’s authors, 100+ exhibitors, local food trucks, family activities, and countless opportunities to meet authors and fellow book lovers.