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NoVa Teen Book Festival Comes to Marshall High

The NoVa Teen Book Festival to celebrate and promote Young Adult (YA) fiction is Saturday, March 30 at Marshall High School (7731 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church). Presented in partnership with Arlington Public Library, Fairfax County Public Library, Loudoun County Public Library, George Mason University’s Fall for the Book, Friends of Arlington Public Library (FOAL) and other area public library and school systems, this sixth annual free day-long literary event features over thirty bestselling and emerging young adult authors.

In addition to the keynote address by New York Times bestselling YA fantasy author Libba Bray, the event will include 15 moderated author panels, 18 breakout sessions led by the authors, 5 literary games, two writing workshops (​tickets required​) and author signings.

2018 marked the fifth annual NoVa Teen Book Festival and attracted 800+ attendees.