Saturday, April 18, 2015

St. Louis Indie Book Fair

St. Louis author Mark Pannebecker has been hard at work organizing his hometown's first inaugural Indie Book Fair. Beginning at 1:00 pm on Saturday, May 9, the fair will feature booths and live readings until 9:00 pm. For more details, visit the St. Louis Indie Book Fair website or Facebook page. Entry is free; don't miss it!

From Pannebecker:
Please join us as we launch the inaugural St. Louis Indie Book Fair, an event to foster authors and introduce readers and writers.
Our goal is to gather together authors of all genres in an intimate setting where they can read excerpts from their published works, and where the casual reader and the bibliophile can meet and talk with new writers heretofore unknown to them, or where fans, friends, and family can show their support. All authors will have physical books to sell at the fair. 
The title Indie may be a bit ambiguous as the fair is open to any and all publishing means available for writers to get their work out to the public, from traditional to chapbook. This year we have represented fiction and nonfiction authors, presenting a wonderful array of genres in which to choose your new book. Come out and see what these talented writers have to offer!
See you there!

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