The 15th annual Kerrytown BookFest

. September 1, 2017.
Kerrytown BookFest will take place Sunday, September 11th
Kerrytown BookFest will take place Sunday, September 11th

The 15th annual Kerrytown BookFest will take place Sunday, September 11th, from 11am – 5pm at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market. Stroll through exhibits presented by local booksellers, authors and other innovative literary artisans. Panel discussions throughout the day feature poets, fiction writers, essayists and journalists. Highlights include a 12:15 panel on historical thrillers featuring James Benn, Anna Lee Huber and NY Times Best-selling author Deanna Raybourn, a 2:15 “YA Authors From Michigan!” panel moderated by Patrick Flores-Scott and a 4:00 “Poetic Musings” discussion with local favorites Keith Taylor, Robert Fanning, Cindy Hunter Morgan and Z.G. Tomaszewski. Spend your Sunday browsing bookware and tuning in to insightful public commentary.

Kerrrytown Bookfest hosted by Aunt Agatha’s Mystery Bookshop, Sunday 9/11, 11am – 5pm, Ann Arbor Farmers Market, 315 Detroit St. Free and open to the public all day long. For a complete schedule of events, visit kerrytownbookfest.org

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