• March 31, 2015

All of your 2015 SABF news in one place:

A preview of the 2015 SABF in SA2020 by Executive Director Katy Flato.

An article by 2015 Festival author, Scott Simon, about being at his mother’s deathbed and the subsequent experience and reaction from Tweeting about the moment.

An in-depth profile about SABF Executive Director, Katy Flato, by San Antonio Woman.

An interview with author and director Joe Nick Patoski about his new film screening at the SABF, Sir Doug and the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove.

Terry Thompson-Anderson, 2015 Festival Author, has been nominated for a 2015 James Beard Award for American cuisine.

Lone Start Literary Life names San Antonio it’s #4 Bookish destination in Texas.

Kirstin Valdez Quade’s 2015 Festival book, Night at the Fiestas: Stories, is named one of Publisher Weekly’s Picks of the Week.

Mary Helen Specht’s debut novel, Migratory Animals, is featured in the New York Times Sunday Books Review.

Geoff Dyer wins the prestigious Windham Campbell Prize for nonfiction for his bookAnother Great Day at Sea: Life Aboard the USS George H.W. Bush.

S.C. Gwynne is named to the PEN American Center Longlist for Nonfiction. Here him talk about his book, Rebel Yell, on TPR.

Antonio Ruiz-Camacho featured on NPR for his debut collection of stories, Barefoot Dogs.

The Rivard Report looks at the 2015 lineup and Festival happenings.

David Martin Davies interviews Jan Jarboe Russell about her book, The Train to Crystal City, for TPR.

Lawrence Wright is named a Finalist for the LA Book Prize for his nonfiction work,Thirteen Days in September.

Patrick Dearen wins the 2015 Spur Award for Best Traditional Western novel for his book, The Big Drift.

KSAT 12 profiles local San Antonio authors Mark Menjivar, Xavier Garza, Naomi Shihab Nye, and Octavio Quintanilla who will be presenting at this year’s Festival.

KSAT12 talks with psyches audiences up for Literary Death Match pt. 2 and speaks with author and Literary Death Match competitor Natalia Sylvester.

KENS5 speaks with Shannon Stephensabout the SABF.

The San Antonio Express-News explores how the Festival reflects the culture of San Antonio.

Seven Lovely Things previews the SABF.

Inga Cotton of SA Chart Moms takes an in-depth look Don Tate and Chris Barton’s book, The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch.

My Tots Travel explores what the Festival offers for the kiddos and teens.

Lone Star Signers highlights three great biographies for young readers.

Qué Means What? interviews Diane Golzales Bertrand.

At the Fire Hydrant offers a bilingual preview of kids’ activities for the SABF.

Examiner talks about the Festival and more.

The San Antonio Current previews the Festival, the environmental panel Running (Out of) Water, Mark Menjivar’s The Luck Archive, the work of author Sobia Khan, and cookbook author Kate Payne.

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