Get the most out of your day with official app for the LA Times Festival of Books. Create your own schedule, read more about authors and sessions, use maps to navigate the festival grounds, get the latest news and more.
Events and Custom Schedule: See every session and where/when it is happening. Add filters by day and/or genre to drill down to what you want to see. Add or remove sessions to your personal Custom Schedule with one touch.
Session and Author Info: Click on any session to see a full description and a list of participants/authors. Drill down to author bios and websites.
Author Listings: View a list of all authors participating in the event and drill down to detailed author information. View sessions where the author will participate.
Full Search: Search by session name or author name to quickly locate session and author information.
Festival News: View the festival newsfeed as well as up-to-date tweets from the event.
Maps: Interactive maps of the festival grounds on the University of Southern California plus the ability to get directions directly to the festival.
Social Media: Post photos directly to Facebook into a Festival of Books album. Update your Facebook status or tweet what you are doing at the festival.
#WhatAreYouReading: See photos of what other festivalgoers are reading and share your latest page-turner.
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