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Author! Author! Poets and Craft Spirits

Greensboro Bound: A Literary Festival

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Greensboro Bound  celebrates readers, writers, books, and education as a three-day National book festival May 18-20, 2018. On that weekend, more than seventy authors, poets, and spoken word artists from across the country will converge on downtown Greensboro for workshops, panel discussions, performances, and family-centered activities.

Here are the readings for adults at Central Library:

Saturday, May 19: NUSSBAUM ROOM

10:00 am: Unicorn Press Panel
Amy Wright, Creeks of The Upper South
Mark Smith-Soto, Berkeley Prelude
Charlotte Matthews, Whistle What Can't Be Said

11:15 am: Bull City Press Panel
Michael McFee, Appointed Rounds
Ellen Bush, Licorice
Emilia Phillips, Empty Clip

2:00 pm: Hub City Press Panel
Leesa Cross-Smith, Whiskey & Ribbons
Scott Gould, Strangers to Temptation
Thomas McConnell, The Wooden King

3:15 pm: Press 53 Panel
Maura Way, Another Bungalow
Joe Mills, pursued by a bear
Gabrielle Brant Freeman, When She Was Bad
Ray Morrison, In a World of Small Truths

4:30 Blair Press Panel
Sara Ficke, North Carolina Craft Beers & Breweries
Erick Myers, North Carolina Craft Beers & Breweries
John Francis Trump, Still & Barrel

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