The sixth annual NoVa Teen Book Festival took place earlier this spring at George C. Marshall High School in Falls Church, Va., bringing together YA fans and authors. We’ve gathered a selection of highlights from the celebration.

The Diviners author Libba Bray delivering the keynote.

(From l.): Authors Tracy Banghart, Heidi Heilig, L.L. McKinney, and Jennifer Armentrout discuss their series starters with a librarian at the Arlington Public Library.

Mark Oshiro signs a copy of his debut novel, Anger Is a Gift.

Cinda Williams Chima (l.) and Emily X.R. Pan lead a session.

Festivalgoers browse the selection of titles provided by One More Page Books in Arlington, Va.

Anna Bright, author of The Beholder, with a fan.

The “Journey to the Past” panel featured (from l.) Bray, Katherine Locke, and Robin Talley.

Jeff Zentner (The Serpent King) during the author signing.

Editor Jessica Spotswood (l.) and contributing authors Robin Talley and Lindsay Smith discuss their YA anthology Toil & Trouble: 15 Tales of Women & Witchcraft.

A group photo with all of the NoVa teen authors.