Writers Live at the Library

About the Writers Live at the Library This national project, begun in 1992 as “Writers Live at the Library,” provides grant opportunities for libraries to present theme-based cultural programming for adults and family audiences to explore important issues and ideas, featuring live appearances by literary, visual and performing artists.

“LIVE! @ your library” is an initiative of the ALA Public Programs Office, with major support from the National Endowment for the Artsexternal link, Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fundsexternal link, John S. and James L. Knight Foundationexternal link, and additional support from the National Endowment for the Humanitiesexternal link.

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The data is only complete from 2004 to the present. Additional data is being added as quickly as possible