San Antonio Book Festival

Month: March 2018

San Antonio Book Festival Brings The Moth Back to Majestic Theatre

  • March 29, 2018
The Moth Storytellers Revealed! The popular storytelling showcase, The Moth Mainstage, is returning to the Majestic Theatre on April 6, as part of the 6th annual San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) weekend. The lineup of five talented storytellers will share their take on the theme of the night: Standoff. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster and at the...
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Download the NEW Book Festival App

  • March 28, 2018
Plan Your Day, Interact, and Connect with Festival Authors Using Our New SABF App Available in the App Store and Google Play The 6th Annual San Antonio Book Festival now has an app! Download it for FREE in Apple’s App Store or Google Play, if you’re an Android user. It’s easy! Search “SABF” or “San...
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2018 Fiction Contest Winners Announced

  • March 7, 2018
The San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) revealed nine winners from among 119 entries for its annual fiction contest. To commemorate the citys tricentennial celebration, students in grades 7-12 were asked to put their imaginations to work and write a story on the theme of MISSION: San Antonio. They were asked to pick a place that...
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Timeless by Anaïs Nuñez-Tovar

  • March 7, 2018
1st place, Providence Catholic School 2018 Fiction Contest Winner (11th/12th Grade Division) Blue. But not a baby blue, like the sky. The house was the color of bluebells, the kind that only grew in the dead heat of a Texas summer. With white molding and double-paned windows, a door inlaid with a small crystal window,...
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A Search for Spirit by Ryan Jacob

  • March 7, 2018
1st place, O’Connor High School 2018 Fiction Contest Winner (9th/10th Grade Division) As a preface, I must say that homework was always a burden; this was just the first time I was almost arrested for doing it. Everything was fine before Mrs. Windstrom, my English teacher, assigned a writing project titled What It Means to...
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Crushed by Delaney Dwyer

  • March 7, 2018
1st Place, St. George Episcopal School 2018 Fiction Contest winner (7th/8th grade division) Whack! The noise of an ax chopping wood swept over Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo. It was a cool day in 1773. Ana Tiendez called her daughter, Maya, come help me prepare tonights supper! Maya ran eagerly into the...
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