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Bibliophiles flock to the USC campus each spring for this annual two-day event. The outdoor book fair of sorts features stalls from a variety of booksellers as well as author readings, signings and culinary demos. The sheer variety and quality of talent the festival attracts is impressive and legendary, with past appearances by anyone from Dave Eggers and Batman comic book writers to Margaret Atwood and the late Ray Bradbury. Bring the kids and spend the weekend discovering new titles, watching screenings and enjoying live music and cultural entertainment.

Tickets to conversations are free, with advance tickets going on sale April 12 (with a $1 service fee) along with a limited number of same day tickets available. You can reserve tickets to eight conversations before they go on sale with a festival pass ($35) or guarantee admission into all events with a super pass ($200).

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