For South Jersey book lovers: Collingswood Book Festival, Oct. 5
If I can make it down there, I’d love to attend. It’s free—anyone care to join me?
Many authors and writers of all genres will be featured, including Larry Kane, whom Channel 6 Action News fans will of course recognize, with his new book about the Beatles. “When They Were Boys offers gripping, never-before-told stories and eyewitness accounts that tell of the Beatles’ challenges, conflicts, and hardships.”
Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist, formerly of the Philadelphia Inquirer, will also be featured, with his new collection, The Art of Tony Auth: To Stir, Inform and Inflame.
From the Collingswood Book Festival Website:
“Join us on Saturday, October 5, when festival-goers will have an opportunity to stroll more than six blocks of Haddon Avenue, filled with nationally recognized authors and speakers for adults and children, as well as booksellers, storytellers, poetry readings, workshops, exhibitors, kid-friendly activities, and entertainment for all ages. This award-winning festival is the longest-running, largest literary event in the Delaware Valley.”