Oak Park Library is planning another event for book lovers on Valentine’s Day 2018.
Looking for authors to promote & participate. The Event will only take place if they have a sufficient number of authors and participants. You’ll be contacted by January 30th, if you are accepted.
If you’re a romance author and interested, please fill out the form below
Event: Valentine’s Day is for Book Lovers and
Location: Oak Park Library
Date: Wednesday 2/14/18 from 6:00-7:45.
Participant: All ages (so your book will have to have a friendly cover. No erotica or lewd covers will be permitted please.)
You will not be paid for the event, but you will be allowed to sell books to participants. All entries MUST be in by January 15th.
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DATE AND TIME
Fri, November 17, 2017
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
My Great Room
4305 West 13 Mile Road
Royal Oak, MI 48073
My new book entitled “Decree” has been a blessing to many people and on November 17, 2017, you too will be able to come out and be inspired and empowered as we come together for a great time!! There will be live music, inspirational moments and testimonies on the impact “Decree” has had on some of its readers. I pray that you will join me for this epic event. RSVP is appreciated and requested by November 7, 2017.
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DATE AND TIME
Sat, November 4, 2017
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
Alley Cat Cafe
31 North Saginaw Street
Pontiac, MI 48342
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Come out and celebrate the release of The Soul of a Black Woman:Journeys Through Poetry by Meika J. Cole.
Musical & Poetry Performances by Uriah Haze, Keana Monique, Kaliq Ra, and KingArthur Speaks.
Sounds by The Petty Band and DjGoHam
Light Refreshments and Desserts will be provided
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The Soul of A Black Woman: Journeys Through Poetry
by Meika J Cole
Annual Local Author Expo
The Portage District Library is fortunate to be part of a community rich in talent with the written word. Each year we are approached by many local authors who are eager to share their work. As a community center to experience and explore local arts and culture, the Portage District Library is happy to support local authors in their efforts.
Portage District Library offers an annual Local Author Expo event to bring together our local authors and Portage community. The Expo will feature up to 10 local authors. The library provides refreshments and tables for authors to display their books and promotional materials.
The Local Author Expo Application has more information on requirements, deadlines, expo dates and other services offered to local authors.
2017 Expo Date:
Sunday, December 10, 2-4pm
Deadline to Apply:
November 10, 2017
- Authors must bring their own books to sell and will be responsible for all sales (types of currency accepted, sales taxes, change, etc).
- Authors must be residents of the Southwest Michigan region (Counties included: Kalamazoo, Berrien, Branch, Cass, Calhoun)
- Books must have first publication dates of 2015 or later.
- Authors who have had prior Portage District Library Expo/presentation/signing events will not be eligible to participate in an Expo for the same book.
- Each participating author must email an event invitation (to be provided by Portage District Library) to 25 people in the area, or provide the library with a list of 25 email addresses to be used for the same purpose.
- Portage District Library will publicize each Expo through other channels (posters, e-newsletters, email blasts, press releases and social media, or some subset of these).
- The Portage District Library will provide tables, refreshments, and library staff dedicated to the event.
- There will be no charge for the authors or for those attending.
- The Portage District Library would be pleased to add a donated copy of your book to its collection. *
Participation in Local Author Expo is by application only. Please print, complete and return the following application by the appropriate deadline.
Click here for Local Author Expo Application
If you are in the Metro Detroit Area, please come to the How to Get Away with Writing Publishing & Marketing Your Book on November 4th from WomenWhoInspire.org. Please share with other writers or offline writer groups
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Come see visit with authors and publishers at the Women who Write Author Showcase hosted at Aquinas College on November 18! There will also be some top-notch session with renowned speakers.
If you’re an author, publisher, editor, or bookseller, and want to participate in the event, there are still vendor tables available. Contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DWGuild presents Paradise Valley Days 3rd Annual “Back in the Day” Dance, September 15th.
Buy tickets in advance for $20/each through our Paypal portal below or call (313) 535-6169 or (313) 580-4121 for mail purchase options.
read more: https://www.dwguild.org/single-post/2017/07/29/Paradise-Valley-Days-3rd-Annual-Back-in-the-Day-Dance
Path of the Hero Presentation Information
In this presentation, writers will learn how the study of mythology and the archetypes represented inside them can help them to write better protagonists.
Writers will learn how to take their readers on a journey of discovery and transformation as experienced through the main character, as he or she follows the path you as the writer has laid out for them.
Writers will learn tried and true methods for writing more believable and impactful hero characters.
These techniques may be used by writers of both fiction and non-fiction.
Keith Young Biography
It is hard to put so much genius in one container! Keith is an author, educator, historian, artist and
community activist. Similarly to the eminent mythologist, writer, and lecturer, Joseph Campbell, Keith love to dig through the mines of ancient myths, legends, and religions to unearth their deeper meanings and their significance to our daily modern lives.
Keith is a lifelong Detroiter with deep roots in the community. Among his accomplishments he sites
graduating from Cass Tech, becoming a Detroit Police Officer, and teaching the young and old at various Detroit Public Schools and Non-Profits.