I will be at the Kentucky Book Fair on Saturday, November 13 from 9-5, selling and signing books along with 150 other authors — both from KY and from elsewhere around the country. It’s a very cool event, one of the oldest book fairs in the country. Please come to downtown Frankfort on Saturday and check it out.
Here are the facts, from the Kentucky Book Fair website:
The central purpose of the Kentucky Book Fair, Inc. is to bring writers and patrons together in celebration of their mutual interest and to promote awareness of the importance of writing and reading within the general public. The Book Fair supports and encourages writers of all genres and uses proceeds from the Fair to benefit other causes associated with the promotion of reading and writing, especially libraries.
The Book Fair, now in its 29th year, is a one-day event, held this year, on the second Saturday in November (November 13, 2010). The event takes place in Frankfort, the state’s Capitol City. The Book Fair is operated by a non-profit independent board of volunteers, with co-sponsorship from the State Journal, Frankfort’s daily newspaper; the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, a state government entity; the University Press of Kentucky and Joseph Beth Book Sellers, Lexington, Kentucky. Several businesses and organizations in the state provide cash donations which are used for operating expenses. This year’s event will be held at the Frankfort Convention Center. Several symposiums are planned throughout the day as well.