Fort Collins Reads is excited to partner with Poudre River Public Library District and Fort Collins Book Fest to sponsor our 2021 annual event with author Kali Fajardo-Anstine, whose book of short stories Sabrina & Corina is a National Book Award Finalist. Save the date of the afternoon of Saturday, October 23, at 2:00 p.m. for the free event at The Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, CO. 

Free tickets for the in-person event are available through the Lincoln Center Box Office. You can only reserve a ticket by calling 970-221-6730 or visiting the Lincoln Center at 417 West Magnolia Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521. The Lincoln Center box office hours are 12:00-6:00 Tuesday through Saturday. Tickets can be emailed to individuals or picked up on the day of the event. MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED.

A free livestream of the event will be hosted by Fort Collins Book Fest. Please visit their website here for more details!

Copies of the paperback book are available at our partner Old Firehouse Books at a 20% discount for those participating in our event.

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Ann Patchett

Commonwealth

“The energy of the smart and creative board permeates every aspect of the Fort Collins Reads program. The community is vibrant and involved because it is a city of great readers. I cannot began to say enough good things about my experience in Fort Collins.”
2017 Fort Collins Reads Author

Colum McCann

Let The Great World Spin

“When Fort Collins reads, it truly reads!  Between students, book clubs, teachers and librarians it felt as the whole literary world had come together in a generous collision.

What a wonderful place to turn a page…”
2014 Fort Collins Reads Author

T.C. Boyle

The Tortilla Curtain

”Fort Collins Reads is one of the most vital community resources I can think of.  It touches so many, not only in the city, but in the surrounding community as well.  Good people come together to do very good things for literature and for all the local citizens, young and old.  Long may the program live!”
2009 Fort Collins Reads Author