DC Author Festival
Enjoy readings, workshops, and over 60 local author and publisher vendor booths.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
901 G St. NW
Shots on the Bridge
Copies of Showdown, Shots on the Bridge, and Harmony will be available for purchase and autograph at the Upshur Street Books Pop-Up Shop in the Great Hall.
|Cathy Alter||Robert Bettmann||Marjuan Canady|
|Richard E. Cytowic||Erika Ettin||Rebecca Green|
|Amina Hassan||Marcella Kriebel||Laura Krauss Melmed|
|Bianca Palmisano||Dionne Peart||Dolen Perkins-Valdez|
|John Shaw||Irene Wu|
Also Appearing at the Vendor FairAn Open Book Foundation * Karen Batshaw * Ellen Boneparth * Karen Branan
Ellen Prentiss Campbell * Lamont Carey * Yasmin Carty * Ruben Castaneda
Jessica N. Childress * Marshall H. Cohen * Anthony Dobranski * W. B. Emerson
Douglass Eze * Janice Ferebee * Ruth Fitts * Grant Goodman * Kate Gorman
Carolivia Herron * Rickey K. Hood * Barbara E. Joe * M/R Johnson * Ida E. Jones
Tori Johnson Jones * Cynthia Kane * Carolyn L. Karcher * Janet Larsen
Peter Lovenheim * Nick Mann * Ann McClellan * Chuck McCutcheon
Tracy Chiles McGhee * Douglas Mendel * Tom Noll * Diane Wilson Onwuchekwa
Richard Paul * Milagros Phillips * Reach Incorporated * Ann Reavis
Ronnie J. * Clare E. Rowland * Shout Mouse Press * Louise Farmer Smith
Courtney Tisch * Sam Tracy * Garth Vickers * E. J. Wenstrom
Lisa Ellis Williams * Patricia Yarbrough
Writing for Children and Young Adults
1:30 p.m. - Room A-5
|Jacqueline Jules||Mary Quattlebaum||Lindsay Smith|
Writing the Dreaded Query Letter
1:30 p.m. - Room A-9
My Comic Life: Building a Career in Comics
2:30 p.m. - Room A-5
Ask an Agent!
3:30 p.m. - Room A-5
Zachary Shuster Harmsworth
This program is made possible thanks to support from the DC Public Library Foundation. The District of Columbia Public Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that enhances DC Public Library resources and programs to promote, in all community members, literacy and a thirst for knowledge. Funds raised by the Foundation go to the sole support of the DC Public Library.
Additional support for this program was provided by the Oracle Set Foundation.
A DC Center for the Book program.