Detroit book and author luncheon
Oct 21 | 95th Book & Author Society Luncheon | Detroit, MI PatchTicket sales begin online at 12 a. Tuesday, September 4, at www. Authors will be available to sign purchased books after the luncheon. Book sales support grants. Please purchase your books at the luncheon! There will be a limited number of books for sale.
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Tickets for the Spring luncheon go on sale April 1st. We also have grant application forms for two of our grants posted to our website under the Grant Information menu just in case you missed our e-mail sent out to library-focused distribution lists in Michigan. As a reminder, these grants are available to public and academic libraries as well as literacy organizations located in southeast Michigan. We encourage you to apply; applications are due by April 29, We need your help to grow our audience.
Love books? How would you like to mix and mingle with some of the best authors of our time? These bi-annual luncheons are considered one of the largest and best one-day author events in the country. The luncheon happens on May 20th at Burton Manor in Livonia. Through the many groups we represent, we strive to promote literacy, grants, library collections and activities and of course the love of books. We offer a great variety of speakers. Our audiences at each luncheon can expect to hear from four to five top authors who talk candidly about the writing life and its ups and downs.
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Details to come. Stay tuned. - The annual luncheon features talks by well-known authors, and books are available for purchase and signing. I believe this is the largest such organization in the US.
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