Charleston Literary Festival kicks off free, virtual event Nov. 6


The annual Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival will be hosted virtually between Nov. 6 – 15. This year will feature a wide array of authors, including former National Security Advisor Susan Rice and “Call Me By Your Name” author Andre Aciman.

The festival offers opportunities to view conversations between authors, historians, journalists and professors. With two sessions a day airing from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., participants have plenty of chances to see timely concepts discussed and analyzed. The full schedule can be found online.

The festival will hold discussions regarding Emma Donoghue’s The Pull on the Stars, different interpretations of the American South and the power of race and identity. 

The festival events are free to attend, but viewers must register online for a spot to view the discussion.

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