After a one-year hiatus to reorganize and then an additional two-year, Covid-induced literary drought, the Kerrytown BookFest is back and at a new location. I invite you to come by and meet the best in Ann Arbor-area authors and publishers, including me.
- When: Sunday, September 18
- Where: Washtenaw Community College’s Morris Lawrence Building
- Time: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
So Much to Do at Kerrytown
Besides browsing the rows of books for sale, you can enjoy lots of writing and publishing workshops, including one by me (see below); poetry readings; and more, all for free. The complete schedule of events is here.
Since its inception nearly twenty years ago, the Kerrytown BookFest has been held at the Kerrytown Farmers’ Market in downtown Ann Arbor. While the venue was vibrant, it was subject to the whims of the weather and a scarcity of parking spaces.
This year’s BookFest will be indoors for the first time. Ample free parking is available for exhibitors and attendees.
Writing for Healing and to Preserve Your Legacy
Writing is a gift I have used all my life to heal myself and others. A half hour after we open, I will be speaking in Room 120 on how you can write for healing and to preserve your legacy.
I’ll share stories of powerful writing from my students, my clients, and myself that transformed our lives.
What is the story inside you that you need to write? I’ll show you how. Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your life through writing.
Join Emily and Me
After my talk, join Emily and me at the Azenphony Press table right across the hall from Room 120, where I will be speaking. Stop by to chat, find out how I can help you write that book in you, and get some great deals on books. For every purchase, you will receive a copy of Beercans on the Side of the Road: The Story of Henry the Hitchhiker, my first-ever book.
Just my way of saying thank you.
See you on Sunday!
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Ken Wachsberger is a book coach, editor, and the author of You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You. Ken’s other books may be found here and here. For book coaching and editing help, or to invite Ken to speak at your meeting or conference, email Ken at [email protected].