Meet Authors. Buy Books. Get them signed!

Saturday, October 26, 2019 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Duke Energy Convention Center

Free Admission

[jwplayer config=”myplayer” file=”http://www.libraries.uc.edu/flash/bbtb/2011e.flv” ] [jwplayer streamer=”http://www.libraries.uc.edu/flash/bbtb/2011e.flv” file=”http://www.libraries.uc.edu/flash/bbtb/2011e.flv” type=”http”] Two of our media partners, WVXU & WCPO-TV9 have new material for us! WVXU  has a  page up on their website featuring interviews with some of this years authors. Check it out at: http://www.wvxu.org/events/booksbybanks.asp. And,  WCPO-TV9, produced the promo above: Check out the pop-up! Thanks all!

Please note schedule updates for three of our authors’ schedules: Chris Bohjalian will be at BBTB from 10am-1:30pm,  Judy Collins from 1pm-4pm, and Paula McLain from 1pm-3pm. They’re publications will be available all day from 10am-4pm. Stop by!

Check out the updated K12 Kids Corner and Panels schedules. All are now complete. Make time to meet Dennis Lehane, Judy Collins, Chris Bohjalian, Biscuit, The Red Card, Rufus, Shakespurr and more!

This year’s panels have been added to the website. Times and locations are still to be finalized, but take a look now at the topics and attendees!

Other Places, Other Times: Magical Fiction Katherine Howe, The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane Cinda Chima, The Seventh Realm Room 212-Moderated by Jennifer Korn – Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton Co. Room

BBTB 2010 feature many interesting authors and presentations. Below is the list from the 2010 festival.  

In The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book, Joy Perrine and Susan Reigler provide a reader-friendly handbook featuring more than 100 recipes including seasonal drinks, after-dinner bourbon cocktails, Derby cocktails, and even medicinal toddies.

He saw an animal that liked to snort. Horns on his head and they weren’t too short. It looked like there wasn’t nothin’ that he couldn’t pull. “Ah, think I’ll call it a bull.”

In 1977, at the Beverly Hills Supper Club in Southgate, Kentucky, 165 people died in a tragic fire. Covered by news outlets across the country, many still associate tragedy with this popular entertainment destination. The club’s legacy, however, stretches back to the 1950s, when it was known as the Beverly Hills Country Club. Considered the

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Cincinnati has a long and illustrious brewing history. In the mid-19th century, the Queen City’s rapidly expanding German population transformed the industry, making Cincinnati one of the nation’s foremost brewing centers. Based in the vibrant Over-the-Rhine district, the golden age of brewing in Cincinnati saw the creation of architecturally spectacular brewery structures and an abundance

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