Michigan Book Festivals, Fairs and Conferences
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Name of EventBook Fair ConferenceFestival LocationWhen Held (annually?)Description of EventContact PersonContact InformationMore About the EventDeadline for applyingShared By (name)Shared by (email)
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Superior Children's Book FestivalxSault Ste. Marie, LSSUlate fallhttp://www.lssu.edu/english/SuperiorChildrensBookFestival.phpMary McMyne, Associate Professor of Englishmmcmyne@lssu.eduhttps://www.facebook.com/SuperiorChildrensBookFestival/Carrie Pearsoncarrieapear@aol.com
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Michigan Reading Assoc.XGrand R./DetroitMarchConf. for those supporting reading-most attended by teachers and librariansvaries. 2017 chair is Laura Guzman Administrative CoordinatorPhone 616-647-9310
Fax 616-647-9378
lguzman@michiganreading.org
www.michiganreading.org
http://www.facebook.com/michiganreading
https://www.michiganreading.org/Leslie Helakoskileslie@helakoskibooks.com
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Reading and Rythm on the RiverXDetroitJuly/Augcelebrates early literacy and music with readings and giving away books info@detroitriverfront.org,
600 Renaissance Center
Suite 1720
Detroit, MI 48243-1802
313.566.8200 fax313.567.3457.
http://detroitriverfront.org/readingandrhythmLeslie Helakoskileslie@helakoskibooks.com
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Kerrytown Bookfestx Ann ArborSeptemberThe Kerrytown BookFest is an event celebrating those who create books and those who read them. (734) 769-1114http://www.kerrytownbookfest.org/ Dawne Webberdawne.webber@gmail.com
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Ann Arbor Book FestivalXAnn Arbormid-JuneTo promote reading, heighten awareness of literacy challenges, and showcase the rich culture of the written word in Michigan and beyond.aabookfestival@umich.edu volunteers@aabookfestival.org info@aabookfestival.org exhibitors@aabookfestival.org Ann Arbor Book Festival
PO Box 4387
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
http://aabookfestival.org/Joe Samulakjsamulak@gmail.com
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Harbor Springs Festival of the BookXHarbor SpringsLate September/Early October (This year it's 9/30 - 10/2)Nationally known writers (poets, adult & children's authors as well as cookbook authors) will offer readings, keynotes, school presentations and cooking demonstrations throughout the weekend. Kate Denten, executive directorhttp://www.hsfotb.org/Contact.html, 231-838-2725http://www.hsfotb.orgAlison DeCampalisondecamp1@gmail.com
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Alpena Book FestivalxAlpenaSept. 23, 2017The Alpena Book Festival is an annual event hosted by Alpena County Public library, Blue Phoenix Bookstore, Bob'd Bullpen and Olivet Book and Gift. The festival brings together a growing cadre of authors. a full day event includes panel discussions, author talks, and meet and greetsjluther@alpenalibrary.orghttp://alpenabookfestival.wixsite.com/ab2017July 14th, 2017
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