The Augusta Literary Festival is coming up later this week. Yours truly is delighted to be able to participate as one of the featured authors and as a workshop presenter (see more info below). On this week’s podcast, we’re going to talk to Cheryl Corbin, one of the coordinators of the Augusta Literary Festival.
Podcast Show Notes
- The Augusta Literary Festival is March 6-7, 2015. She shares why this book festival is different from all the others.
- The achievements of Augusta native, Frank Yerby, a true literary entrepreneur. Yerby is best known as the first African-American writer to become a millionaire from his pen
- Some of the 2015 featured authors include Graphic Novel artist Sanford Greene, author Amanda Kyle Williams, author Marissa Monteilh and more.
- What authors should prepare to do when attending book festivals
- Visit online at http://www.augustaliteraryfestival.org/
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About the Augusta Literary Festival
The Augusta Literary Festival takes pride in presenting a diverse group of authors. The committee hand-selects authors from several genres to include the traditionally published best selling author to the best selling indie author with a story to tell. Their goal is to honor the hardwork of authors just starting as well as presenting authors who are award winners. The Augusta Literary Festival (ALF) was designed with the community in mind. It doesn’t matter if you are involved with the community of the Arts, community of book lovers, community of aspiring writers, or the community at large; this is your event. The festival includes author panel discussions, book signings, writing workshops and more. For more information, visit online at http://www.augustaliteraryfestival.org/