Monday, March 17, 2014

Photos: Tucson Festival of Books 2014

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The Tucson Festival of Books kicked off on Saturday March 15th, 2014.
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  • The Tucson Festival of Books kicked off on Saturday March 15th, 2014.

The Chinese Lion Dance was brought out to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
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  • The Chinese Lion Dance costumes were brought out to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

The young mans eyes never left his yo yo as it twirled through the air.
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  • The young man's eyes never left his yo-yo as it twirled through the air.

Panelists answered questions about conflicts around the Mexican Border.
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  • Panelists answered questions about conflicts around the Mexican Border.

Lowis Lowry gives a talk on her book Son, to a crowd that filled her tent.
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  • Lois Lowry gives a talk on her book "Son" at the Tucson Festival of Books.

Alan Weisman hangs back and answers questions on climate change.
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  • Alan Weisman hangs back and answers questions on climate change.

Alan Weisman with his friend Mort Rosenblum unwind after a long day of answering questions and talking about their books
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  • Alan Weisman with his friend Mort Rosenblum unwind after a long day of answering questions and talking about their books

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