SW WI Book Festival Call to Authors Deadline Extended!

Do you know an author with a Wisconsin connection looking for a wider audience? If so, let them know the call to authors for inclusion in the Second Annual Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival has been extended to Sept. 14. All submissions will be reviewed and the authors of accepted books will participate in an afternoon book signing event in Mineral Point on Nov. 24, 2012. For more information, see the press release below.

MINERAL POINT, Wisc. – The deadline for authors to submit their book or e-book to be considered for participation in the Book Signing and Reading portion of the second annual Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival is now Sept. 14, 2012.

The festival is a full day of literary events held in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, on Nov. 24, 2012. The day will begin with eight morning workshops, a book signing and reading featuring 50 authors in the afternoon and an evening keynote presentation by national speakers Lisa Kivirist and John Ivanko. Hosted by Little Creek Press, A Division of Kristin Mitchell Design, the Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival is a non-profit festival serving authors and their audiences through an enriching literary event.

Space is limited. Be a part of this extraordinary festival. Download and submit an application at www.swwibookfestival.com. Up to 10 of the selected authors will be invited to present a reading. Participants will be chosen by the Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival Literary Advisory Group, which is composed of highly qualified professionals from the industry. Note: Preference will be given to Wisconsin based or Wisconsin connected authors. Full event details are available at www.swwibookfestival.com. For up-to-the-minute information, follow the Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival on Facebook and Twitter.

For more information, contact Kristin Mitchell by phone at (608) 987-3370 or by e-mail at info@swwibookfestival.com

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