Posted on August 27, 2022 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Literary festivals, like other types of large gatherings, were back in (nearly) full force this year, with the COVID-19 vaccine widely available.
But organizers aren't out of the woods yet, by any means.
The Guardian reports that not only are they still thinking about the pandemic, but they're also considering the rising cost of living (and its effects on other finances) and issues of inclusivity as they work on future events.
See what organizers of literary festivals, big and small, have to say about their future in the Guardian.
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