The Program Schedule for the 2019 Dahlonega Literary Festival is posted below. We hope that our Programs and Workshops will entertain and inform you. Please come and take part in a weekend for book lovers! Make sure you download the Dahlonega Literary & Dahlonega Science Festival App so you can have the Schedule on your phone. Any last minute changes to the Schedule will be updated there.
DON’T FORGET! Meet our Featured Authors and Regional Writers during our Author Meet and Greet Event located in the Fellowship Hall of the Dahlonega Baptist Church on Saturday, March 2, 2019, 5:30-6:30 p.m.! Light refreshments will be provided. FoxTale Book Shoppe will be handling our author book sales and will be located in Fellowship Hall from 9:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m., so be sure to visit and purchase your books!
SCHEDULE FOR Dahlonega Literary Festival
MARCH 1-2, 2019
FRIDAY, March 1
SPECIAL TICKETED EVENT! / Dahlonega Literary Festival Presents “A Songwriters Cafe” / Featuring Ray Atkins reading from his latest book, Set List: A Novel with live music performed by local musicians Erick Jones, Judy Lin, and Paul Pelt / Facilitator: Arthur Hinds
(Tickets: $10.00. Purchase Tickets Here)
SATURDAY, March 2
(All Programs are at the Dahlonega Baptist Church unless otherwise noted)
Coffee with Terry Kay / Terry Kay ; Moderator: Juanita Tipton / Rm. Church Library
Mysteries: Keeping the Thrill / Jacob Appel, Chuck Barrett, D.J. Steel, Jeremy Logan ; Host: UNG Honors Program / Rm. 30
The Young Adult Reader / Jessica Khoury, McCall Hoyle, Michael Buchanan ; Host: Sigma Tau Delta / Rm. 28-29
Workshop! / Poetry: Write It In Verse / Bill Walsh / Rm. Church Library
Oral History: Foxfire and the South / Phil Hudgins / Rm. 30
Settings in Literary Fiction / Stacia Pelletier, Casi McLean, Deborah Malone, George Weinstein ; Host: Candice Dyer / Rm. 28-29
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Workshop / Memoir Writing: Writing a Legacy / Carol Crawford/ Rm. Church Library
UNG Press Special Presentation: “Children’s Book Publishing From Start To Finish” / Featuring University of North Georgia President, Dr. Bonita Jacobs ; Facilitator: Dr. B.J. Robinson, Director of UNG Press / Rm. 30 Dr. Jacobs will sign books immediately after her presentation.
Not A Novel: Crafting Other Genres / Cynthia Graubart, Erica Mason ; Moderator: Rona Simmons / Rm. 27
Portraying Injustice in Fiction / Anthony Grooms, Naomi Munaweera, J.C. Villegas ; Host: UNG Libraries / Rm. 28-29
Workshop! / Promoting Your Writing / Victoria Comella / Rm. Church Library
Our Prince of Scribes: Writers Remember Pat Conroy / Cliff Graubart, Cynthia Graubart, Anthony Grooms ; Moderator: Bill Walsh / Rm. 30
Military and Veterans: Portraying the Soldier / Grant McGarry ; Host: Robb Nichols / Rm. 28-29
Workshop! / Screenwriting / Michael Buchanan / Rm. Church Library
Sci-Fi, Supernatural, and Fantasy / Jessica Khoury, Shanna Bosarge, Mab Morris, Ben Meeks ; Host: UNG’s Chestatee Review / Rm. 30
HEADLINER EVENT! / Divine Daughter of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood / Featuring Rebecca Wells to benefit the new Lumpkin County Library ; Host: Friends of the Lumpkin County Library / Church Sanctuary
NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO ENTER THE SANCTUARY ONCE THE PROGRAM BEGINS, SO PLEASE BE ON TIME
Ms. Wells will be signing books immediately following her presentation
(Tickets: $20.00. Purchase Tickets Here)
CLOSE. THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING!!!!
2019 FEATURED AUTHOR AND REGIONAL WRITER BOOK SIGNING SCHEDULE
Saturday, March 2, 2019
LOCATION: Fellowship Hall
10:00-10:30 a.m. Susan Abel, Idabel Allen, Jacob Appel, Chuck Barrett, Darryl Bollinger, Lindsey Brackett, Alison Broderick, Michael Buchanan, Janet Chapman, McCall Hoyle, Terry Kay, Jessica Khoury, Jeremy Logan, D.J. Steel
11:15-11:45 a.m. Shanna Bosarge, Anne Marie Cook, William Gilmore, Katie Hart-Smith, Justin Joseph, Deborah Malone, Casi McLean, Ben Meeks, Mab Morris, Dan Pelfrey, Lee St. John, Jarrett Van Meter, George Weinstein
3:00-3:30 p.m. Cliff Graubart, Anthony Grooms, Phil Hudgins, J.D. Jordan, Erica Mason, Grant McGarry, Latina McIntyre, Naomi Munaweera, Ed Payne, Stacia Pelletier, Habiba Shaw, Alayne Smith, J.C. Villegas