Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
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  • The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is a free, public festival celebrating the written word

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  • It is the largest book festival in the United States
  • Started in 1996, the Festival is held on the last weekend of April hosted by the University of Southern California and features vendors, authors and publishers
  • Some of the events are panels with authors discussing a common subject, storytelling and performances for children as well as the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes [1]
  • Until 2010, the festival was hosted at the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles, however, after University of California officials and event organizers disagreed on how to share expenses, particularly in light of the recent budget cuts to the UC system, the festival was moved permanently to USC
  • The event has typically been held during the last week of April, though it has been moved to the first week
  • The last festival occurred on 9-10 April 2016, the second weekend of April

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