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Alaska Book Week 2013, Part 1

Alaska Book Week is October 5-12 this year. If you’ve been following me for a while, you may recall that we celebrate Alaskan authors that week. Bookstores, libraries, authors and others get together online and in person to find new favorite authors and talk about books.

 

Here are a few events highlighted on the Alaska Book Week website, http://www.alaskabookweek.com:

 

AQR (Alaska Quarterly Review) hosts a ABW kickoff and release of their newest issue at Tap Root in Anchorage: today, October 4, 7 pm

 

Barnes and Noble in Anchorage has an Alaskan Authors Showcase: Sunday, October 6, 1-6 pm

 

Kodiak’s Baranov Museum will host an Alaska Book Week Community Conversation with local authors on Tuesday, October 8, 7 pm

 

Author Alex Hills discusses his book Geeks on a Mission at the UAA Bookstore: Wednesday, October 9, 5-7 pm

 

Anchorage’s Loussac Library hosts a discussion on The Evolution of Alaska Literature on Thursday, October 10, 7 pm

 

Author Deb Vanasse will be reading, speaking and signing books at Family Reading Night at Baxter Elementary School in Anchorage on Thursday, October 10 6:30-8 pm

 

The Dillingham Public Library hosts a Local Writer Meet and Greet on Friday, October 11, 6 pm

 

The Great Alaska Book Fair will host many authors at APU’s Carr-Gottstein Hall Saturday, October 12, 10 am to 5 pm

 

And I’ve barely scratched the surface! See the website for more events and information! (http://www.alaskabookweek.com)

 

I’m especially excited abut the Great Alaska Book Fair because I’ll have a half-table there! It will be my debut author appearance. Fools Gold won’t be out until December, but I’ll pass out bookmarks and start getting the word out. Stop by if you’ll be in Anchorage Saturday! 🙂

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I love to share my passion for Alaska and its history in my writing for young adults and their grown ups.

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