Book Events: Fairs, Festivals, and Conferences (2019 and 2020)

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2 Events Found in Arkansas

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Arkansas Literary Festival Arkansas Literary Festival
Central Arkansas Library System’s Main Library campus and other venues , Little Rock, Arkansas


Hosted by: Central Arkansas Library System
Date: April 2020 – Dates to be Announced

Website: Arkansas Literary Festival
Phone: 918-3095
Email: litfest@cals.org

Description:

The Arkansas Literary Festival is a project of the Central Arkansas Library System. The Festival's mission is to encourage the development of a more literate populace.

A group of dedicated volunteers assists Festival Coordinator Brad Mooy with planning the Festival. Committee chairs include Kevin Brockmeier, Talent Committee; Susan Santa Cruz, Festival Guides; and Amy Bradley-Hole, Moderators.

Learn more about Arkansas Literary Festival on AALBC.com.
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Books in Bloom Literary Festival Books in Bloom Literary Festival

The 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa

, Eureka Springs, Arkansas


Hosted by:

Presented by the Carroll and Madison Public Library Foundation


Date: May 2020 – Dates to be Announced

Website: Books in Bloom Literary Festival
Email: jean@booksinbloom.org

Description:

Books in Bloom Literary Festival: a Celebration for Writers and Readers was established in 2005 by the Carroll and Madison Public Library Foundation as its signature event to promote the value of books and reading. The Books in Bloom Co-chairs are Jean Elderwind, Jennifer Hudspeth, and Lin Wellford, directors on the Public Library Foundation Board.

The Festival provides an opportunity for the public to meet accomplished authors, and to hear them read from or speak about their work. Aspiring writers learn about various aspects of writing and publishing, and avid readers are introduced to authors working in a wide variety of genres.

Learn more about Books in Bloom Literary Festival on AALBC.com.
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