Saturday, September 20, 2014

Williamsburg, Virginia

Welcome to the Williamsburg Book Festival

a FREE event for Readers and Writers Celebrating Creativity!

at Bruton Parish's Lewis Hall


Bruton Parish Hall

 

Attend & Support Area Authors

The Festival is free & open to the public!

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• History • Ghosts • Biographies/Memoirs • How-To • Poetry • Cookbooks • Mystery • Romance • Fiction • Adventure • Children's • Self-Improvement • Young Adult Non-Fiction • Science Fiction • Fantasy • Military • Suspense • Travel

The Book Fair in the main section of the Bruton Parish Hall on Duke of Gloucester Street has area authors discussing and signing their books.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Bruton Parish's Lewis Hall

331 W. Duke of Gloucester St., Williamsburg, Virginia

9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Spend the day browsing the Book Fair or attending a presentation, panel discussion or workshop held throughout the Festival.

Workshop Schedule

 

Authors

 

Warren Bell Cindy Freeman Terry L. Johnson Barbara N. McLennan Sharlene Tate
H. Scott Butler Rekaya Gibson William E. Johnson Ronald Munro Kathleen Toomey Jabs
Marie Colin Roger Gosden Terry Johnson Weber David Perry Tracy Wainwright
John Conlee Patricia Gray Baine Kelly Steven Reiss Mary Wakefield Buxton
Doug Cummings Mark Greene Pamela K. Kinney Nicki Royall Peet Judy S. Walter
Doris Dancy Allan C. Harahan Julie Leverenz Gloria Savage-Early  
Jeff Drifmeyer M. Claire Harley S.R. Lewis Ronald Shafer  
Barbara Dudley Jeanne Johaansen Greg Lilly Sally Stiles  
William Fick Jacqueline T. Johnson Narielle Living Paul B. Stinson  
         
Cherokee McGhee Publishing Chesapeake Bay Writers High Tide Publications Literacy for Life Pale Horse Books

 


Images from

last year's Williamsburg Book Festival

 

Free Workshops for Readers & Writers

 

Thanks to artist Gulay Berryman for the use of her painting "Bal Musette a Montmartre (A Montmartre Ball)" for the Art Inspires...Stories workshop & open mic at the 2013 festival.

 

 

Thanks to:

  • Pale Horse Books
  • Bodacious Lady Boutique
  • Morningside of Williamsburg
  • The Book Exchange of Williamsburg
  • Tender Hands
  • Printwell, Inc.
  • Chesapeake Bay Writers
  • the City of Williamsburg's Office of Economic Development
  • Arts Month 2014
  • Next Door Neighbors magazine
  • Cherokee McGhee Publishing
 
Pale Horse Books  
 
 
Next Door Neighbors magazine   Yes Williamsburg  
Cherokee McGhee
 

Arts Month

 
   
Bodacious Lady Boutique    
     

Proceeds Benefit:

Literacy for Life