The 2018 Savannah Book Festival

Jan 24, 2018 | Events, February, Things to Do Savannah

2018 Savannah Book Festival | Speakers & Highlights | Savannah Dream Vacations

Headliners for the 2018 Savannah Book Festival

 

OPENING ADDRESS, Thursday February 15, 2018:
6:00pm at the Trustees Theater, 216 E Broughton Street
Diana Gabaldon

KEYNOTE ADDRESS, Friday February 16, 2018:
6:00pm at the Trustees Theater, 216 E Broughton Street
Lisa Ko

CLOSING ADDRESS, Sunday February 18, 2018:
2:00pm at the Trustees Theater, 216 E Broughton Street
Jodi Picoult

2018 Savannah Book Festival | Speakers & Highlights | Savannah Dream Vacations

Who Will be at the 2018 Savannah Book Festival

 

Saturday Festival Authors:

Floyd Abrams – The Soul of the First Amendment

Chloe Benjamin – The Immortalists

Stanley Bing – Immortal Life

Ben Blum – Ranger Games

Ben Coes – Trap the Devil

Catherine Coulter – Enigma

Brian Curtis – Fields of Battle

John T. Edge – The Potlikker Papers

David Enrich – The Spider Network

Reza Farazmand – Comics for a Strange World: A Book of Poorly Drawn Lines

Jamie Ford – Love and Other Consolation Prizes

Sally Mott Freeman – The Jersey Brothers

Daniel Golden – Spy Schools

Celeste Headlee – We Need to Talk: How To Have Conversations That Matter

Joe Hill – Strange Weather

Elise Hooper – The Other Alcott

J.A. Jance – Proof of Life

Tayari Jones – An American Marriage

Christina Kelly – Good Karma

Katie Kitamura – A Separation

Danya Kukafka – Girl in Snow

Robert H. Latiff – Future War: Preparing for the New Global Battlefield

Victor LaValle – The Changeling

Attica Locke – Bluebird Bluebird

Patricia Lockwood – Priestdaddy

Brendan Mathews – The World of Tomorrow

Roseanne Montillo – Fire On The Track

Leigh Montville – Sting Like a Bee

Tom Perrotta – Mrs. Fletcher

Douglas Preston – The Lost City of the Monkey God

Karen Robards – The Ultimatum

Scott Shapiro – The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World

Rickey Smiley – Stand By Your Truth: And Then Run for Your Life!

Doug Stanton – The Odyssey of Echo Company: The 1968 Tet Offensive and the Epic Battle to Survive the Vietnam War

Deanne Stillman – Blood Brothers: The Story of the Strange Friendship between Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill

Richard F. Thomas – Why Bob Dylan Matters

Michael Tolkin – NK3

Paula Wallace – SCAD: The Architecture of a University

Daren Wang – The Hidden Light of Northern Fires

Cherise Wolas – The Resurrection of Joan Ashby

 

Festival Saturday Publishing Talk:

A Conversation with Jack Romanos and Jen Bergstrom

Meet Your Favorite Authors

 

The Savannah Book Festival is an excellent opportunity to meet your favorite authors and hang out with like-minded book fans from all over the world! Now in it’s 11th year, the Savannah Book Festival is featuring over 40 authors. On Festival Saturday, which is free to the public, you can meet the authors,  purchase their books, and even get your copy signed! Festival Saturday 2018 will be in downtown Savannah’s beautiful Chippewa Square, Telfar Square, and Wright Square starting at 9:00am on February 17th. See the schedule here.

This year’s Savannah Book Festival takes place the weekend after Valentine’s Day (don’t forget: Wednesday Feb 14th!), and would be a fun thing to do with your book-loving Valentine.

Get a Free Book!

 

Stay with Savannah Dream Vacations in one of our luxury Savannah vacation rentals for the 2018 Savannah Book Festival, and we’ll pay for your favorite book!

We'll Cover The Book!

Just send us your Savannah Book Festival purchase receipt up to $35 USD, and we’ll take the cost off of your reservation.

At Savannah Dream Vacations, we have vacation homes near all the 2018 Savannah Book Festival venues.

The Stathopous House, built in 1872, is one square over from Wright Square, and even has a billiard room!

Our vacation rental on York Street has 3 bedrooms, a modern gourmet kitchen, a private relaxing bamboo courtyard, and is within walking distance of the Trustee’s Theater, fine restaurants, and all the Book Festival venues.

The River Street Home has not one, but two balconies overlooking the Savannah River, and the famous River Street. This vacation rental home has everything you need for a fun Valentine’s Day weekend at the Savannah Book Festival.

Just three squares away from the Saturday Book Festival’s Wright Square venue, the Norris Cook House, or the Gingerbread Cottage are within walking distance of everything!

See you at the 2018 Savannah Book Festival!

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