Elliot Page during the 2023 Library of Congress National Book Festival. (Screenshot/YouTube Library of Congress)
Academy Award nominee Elliot Page interacted with LGBTQ+ and other young people during an audience question and answer period from the Creativity Stage at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this past weekend for the 2023 Library of Congress National Book Festival.
The annual event was founded in 2001 by former First Lady Laura Bush and the Librarian of Congress, James H. Billington, who died in November of 2018. The book festival brings together authors, the public, and includes book-signings, musical performances, storytelling, panel discussions, demonstrations of illustration and new technologies.
The 36-year-old Canadian actor discussed his autobiography/memoir “Pageboy,” which details his life and transition and was published on June 6. Upon its release, the book debuted atop The New York Times Best Seller List for Nonfiction.
Afterwards he took questions from the audience. View video below.
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