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West Hollywood News

WeHo Book Fair Returning September 29
Posted by Alex Mazariegos on Aug 28, 2013 - 3:14:37 PM

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Book aficionados will get a chance to attend the 12th edition of the West Hollywood Book Fair when the annual event returns to the city on Sunday, September 29.
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The event will be hosted next month by the West Hollywood Park and Library, located at 647 N. San Vincente Boulevard. Organizers promise a wide range of literary infused productions for attendees. The Book Fair will feature a total of 12 outdoor stages and indoor venues, located within the park and library. These attraction sites will contain literary and arts programs, workshops and live performances for both adults and children.

 

Authors and artists in attendance include T.C. Boyle (National Book Award finalist and author of fourteen novels), Debbie Reynolds ( Hollywood legend and author of “Unsinkable: A Memoir”), William Friedkin (Academy Award-winning director of “The Exorcist” and “The French Connection”), poet Victoria Chang and several others.

 

The Culinary Pavilion will be a fixture of the fair once again. Award-winning chefs will be on hand to both cook and share tips and trades, while pots and pans boil and simmer. Prospective attendees can also expect the following exhibitors: the Alliance of LA Playwrights, the Ayn Rand Institute, Creative Kids Publication, Independent Writers of SoCal, Revolution Books and many more.

 

Admission to the Book Fair is free, and valet for bicycle and strollers will be provided. Anyone looking to volunteer can apply until the postmarked date of September 13.

 

For inquiries on the West Hollywood Book Fair and other related topics, prospective attendees may contact the Authentic Agency, which is co-producing the Book Fair, at 310-659-5550 or Danai Katsufrakis at Danai@authenticagency.com. For more information on scheduled performances, readings, and authors attending, those interested may visit the website at www.westhollywoodbookfair.orgfor updates. Prospective attendees can also become a fan of the West Hollywood Book Fair on Facebook and Twitter.



 

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