We have another regional author added to our line-up. Julia McDermott, author of Underwater, will have a booth at this year’s festival. Check out her website at: http://makethatjulie.wordpress.com/ and then come see her at the 2014 Dahlonega Literary Festival!
Several regional authors have been added to this year’s roster. Don’t forget to visit their booths at the 2014 Dahlonega Literary Festival!
- Jadie Jones, author of Moonlit
- Deborah Malone, author of Murder in Marietta
- Kent Kammermeyer, author of Wildlife & Woodland Facts and Fun
- CD Mitchell, author of God’s Naked Will
Author pictures and full bios coming soon to the Regional Authors page.
Regional Authors are still being added. Keep checking back for the latest updates.
If you’re a regional author and wish to have a booth at the 2014 Dahlonega Literary Festival, please check out our Regional Authors Page for more information, then contact Ken Smoke (email@example.com )
We are very pleased to announce that novelist Terry Kay will be returning to the Dahlonega Literary Festival this March. Kay was our keynote speaker for the 2011 festival and we’re excited to have him back! His latest book, The Seventh Mirror, was released just this month.
Also joining our list of featured authors is Southern Women Fiction writer, Kim Boykin. Boykin’s new book, The Wisdom of Hair, is now available for purchase.
The Dahlonega Literary Festival is an annual celebration of books. The next festival will take place March 24-25, 2018. Situated in Historic Downtown Dahlonega, the festival continues to grow and become more and more entertaining as the years go on. We promise it will delight anyone who is a lover of books and reading. All festival events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Each year the festival presents a slate of invited authors representing a variety of genres sharing their ideas and experiences in various programs. In addition, a number of regional authors (ranging from local to other areas of the Southeast) have the opportunity to purchase a table to both interact with festival attendees and sell their books.
The Dahlonega Literary Festival is supported by donations and grants from Georgia Humanities, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, and the Georgia Council for the Arts, through funding from the Georgia General Assembly.
Check out the blog roll below for the latest news and updates from the festival committee.