This weekend, I and a hundred of my fellow authors are gathering for
our coven meeting the Colorado Book Festival, 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at the downtown Denver Central Library, 10 W 14th Avenue Pkwy — which happens to be one of my favorite Denver buildings.
With a full day of programing, at this free event you can:
- Talk to authors, reporters, bloggers, poets and published writers of all kinds
- Enjoy writer-led panels about reading, current issues, your questions
- Take behind the scenes, who-knew-it-was-this-cool library tours
In fact, a program was printed in the Denver Post yesterday: CBF Program-PRINT
I’ve never attended the festival before — the event is only in its second year — but hope it’s a good time, all around. I’ll be there selling and signing my novel Transference and the PROOF anthology. When not at my author table, I hope to tag along on one of those cool tours and see “Why Mysteries are Popular During Fraught Times” at 2 p.m.
Find out more about the event at cobookfestival.com, and I hope to see you there!