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  Literary festival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Writers' conferences, although similar to literary festivals, are sometimes designed to provide an intellectual and academic focus for groups of writers without the involvement of the general public.
There are many literary festivals held around the world.
Jewel of Russia Festival is Russia's annual UK-Russian/international literary and arts festival.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Literary_festival   (207 words)

 Dahlonega Literary Festival 2007
Because the festival is a celebration of the written word, writers are invited to submit all forms of novel: category fiction, experimental, mainstream, literary, et cetera.
Members of the Dahlonega Literary Festival judging panel and their immediate families as well as DLF sponsors and their immediate families are ineligible.
Winners will be posted after the Festival on the Festival website, www.literaryfestival.org or by sending a #10 SASE to the Festival with a request for a list of the winners.
www.literaryfestival.org /07novel.htm   (762 words)

 Happy ending for the literary festival that just keeps growing - Books
Four years ago the number of events, limited by the venue, was 130, and all were free; this year, as the festival spread across and out of Sydney, 240 events took place.
Literary lunches with Sebold (before she left the festival prematurely) and Helen Garner also sold out.
In the Gleebooks festival bookshop, the top-selling author was Suzuki, along with overseas visitors Diamond, Lapham, Sebold, Hollinghurst, as well as Suad Amiry, Lee Stringer, Karen Levine, Nancy Pearl and Augusten Burroughs.
www.smh.com.au /news/Books/Happy-ending-for-the-literary-festival-that-just-keeps-growing/2005/05/30/1117305560298.html   (523 words)

 See inside an author's head | By genre | Guardian Unlimited Books
Show me an author who claims not to examine each festival booklet to make sure that the admission fee for his event is the top price, and I will show you an author who specialises in fiction.
At breakfast during the Keswick Festival, I heard two writers on the next table arguing about which of them was performing at the time of day reserved for the top of the bill.
The enthusiasm of the literary festival's ticket-buying public can easily be dismissed as capitulation to the modern cult of personality: a book is no more enjoyable to read because the author's signature is on the title page.
books.guardian.co.uk /departments/generalfiction/story/0,,1827426,00.html   (774 words)

 Georgia Literary Festival Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Georgia Literary Festival is a "moveable feast" that celebrates the rich literary heritage of the state in a location each year.
The Festival is sponsored by the Georgia Center for the Book with funding assistance and support provided by the Georgia Humanities Council.
The 7th annual Georgia Literary Festival, sponsored by the Georgia Center for the Book, was held under sunny skies but chilly temperatures on Saturday, November 4 along High Street in the host city, Macon.
www.georgialiteraryfestival.org   (403 words)

The Calabash International Literary Festival was founded in 2001 by novelist Colin Channer with the support of two friends, the poet Kwame Dawes and the producer Justine Henzell.
Their aim was simple—to create a world-class literary festival with roots in Jamaica and branches reaching out into the wider world.
The festival is produced by the Calabash International Literary Festival Trust (the Trust), which also produces publishing seminars, writing workshops and a film series.
www.calabashfestival.org /sh/info.htm?Jam-boree.com   (233 words)

 The Galle Literary Festival 2007   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Our objectives are to raise the awareness of the increasing depth and diversity of Sri Lankan writings in English, to give Sri Lankan writers an equal platform to their international colleagues, to encourage the use of English among young people and to attract visitors from overseas to visit Galle and the Southern Province.
The Galle Literary Festival will be held in and around the historic city of Galle and its magnificent UN World Heritage Fort.
The Galle Literary Festival promises to be one of Sri Lanka’s annual highlights.
galleliteraryfestival.com   (371 words)

 MLX Package #1596: The Mesa Literary Festival
The Mesa Literary Festival featured three days of readings, workshops, and other interactive events by nationally acclaimed writers and musicians, as well as readings by MCC students and faculty.
The project was intended to bring to MCC writers who are normally not available to literary audiences in the community and to actively engage audience members in the literary experience via free workshops and readings.
The Mesa Literary Festival let students hear, meet, and talk with dedicated professionals who brought literature alive for them and let them see that the creation and reading of writing can be an integral part of one's life.
www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu /mlx/slip.php?item=1596   (435 words)

 The Guardian Hay Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Festival is a spectacular holiday party for friends to gather and indulge their tastes for the finest books, food, drink, comedy, music, art, argument and literature.
During the festival we will be serving our delicious homemade soup and locally baked bread, we hope to see you there.
See how we are helping the Guardian Hay Festival become carbon neutral, calculate your own ecological footprint, and find out how you and your community can offset its carbon dioxide emissions and at the same time help alleviate poverty in the developing world.
www.hayfestival.com /hayfestival/programme.asp   (1413 words)

 TIMEasia Magazine: Best of Asia - Best Literary Event
This year's festival, which took place in March, was a 10-day literary blowout, hosting 60 authors from around the world, among them Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney.
The organizers have had to grow the festival on their own, since the event receives little in the way of funding from the Hong Kong government.
But having to pay its own way has helped to keep the festival accessible—attendance at seminars, champagne brunches and gatherings such as an intimate literary lunch with Booker Prize winner John Banville is not dependent on your writerly connections so much as your willingness to buy a ticket.
www.time.com /time/asia/2006/boa/mind_litfest.html   (417 words)

 Calabash Literary Festival 2004
She, Colin Channer and Kwame Dawes are the prime movers in an organization which in less than half a decade has become the locus for a significant movement in Caribbean letters.
On one side of the stage, a bookshop was situated a few steps away; on the other side, good food and a less formal place to gather; in the evenings, a bonfire.
Festival producer Justine Henzell, his daughter, is responsible in part for getting the all-important infusions of corporate cash.
www.jahworks.org /music/book_reviews/Calabash2004.htm   (1795 words)

 Newburyport Literary Festival
Planning for the 2007 Newburyport Literary Festival is underway.
The annual Newburyport Literary Festival celebrates the rich literary heritage of the Newburyport area and provides a showcase for contemporary local authors.
Newburyport Literary Festival, A Project of the Newburyport Literary Association · PO Box 268 · Newburyport, MA 01950 · 978-465-1257
www.newburyportliteraryfestival.org   (184 words)

 2007 Literary London Conference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The 6th Annual Literary London conference will be hosted by the Department of English University of Westminster, London, at their 309 Regent Street building.
London is one of the world's major cities with a long and rich literary tradition reflecting both its diversity and its significance as a cultural and commercial centre.
While proposals on all topics and periods of London literature are encouraged, given the historical associations of Westminster's Regent Campus and the immediate area as a whole, this year we would especially welcome paper or panel proposals on the theme of the theatre and performance.
www.literarylondon.org /cfp.html   (422 words)

 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
We have an incredible line-up of literary stars including Pulitzer Prize winners Richard Ford and Yusef Komunyakaa; New York Times best-selling authors Haven Kimmel, Michael Lewis, Sharyn McCrumb, and Calvin Trillin; along with a guest appearance by John Waters who recently wrote the introduction to Tennessee's memoir, recently re-released by New Directions Publishing.
The valuable edition, with 1500 copies worldwide, was presented to the 20th Anniversary of The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival by Stephen L. Vanilio in tribute to New Orleans' cultural recovery efforts to remain a literary and artistic haven
The TENNESSEE rare edition was presented to The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival to commemorate its 20th Anniversary and the heroic efforts of Festival personnel and participants -- nearly 10,000 annually -- despite significant hardships in the wake of Hurricane Katrina which include the loss of key Festival facilities.
www.tennesseewilliams.net   (654 words)

 West Cork Literary Festival 2006
And thank you to everybody who came to participate, without whom the Festival would be nothing.
One of the highlights of the Festival each year is the launch of the Fish Anthology http://www.fishpublishing.com The 2006 winner of the Fish Short Story Prize was Katie Henderson from New Zealand, with her story Grandmother, Girl, Wolf.
Her husband and three children come with her via Winchester, Paris and Barcelona to a legendary, literary festival.
www.westcorkliteraryfestival.ie   (658 words)

 cheltenham festivals & events :: whats on
The ten-day festival, sponsored by The Times, saw over 350 events involving some 460 leading authors, and more than lived up to its reputation as 'the most distinguished and diverse of literary carnivals'.
For a taste of this year's literary delights head to Times Online where you can read each days hard hitting stories as well as listen to many of the events in our podcasts recorded live from the Festival.
It's been an amazing Festival with so many great writers and it was hugely exciting to invite the likes of Gordon Brown, Bob Geldof, John Grisham and David Blunkett to Cheltenham alongside some huge literary names like Stephen Poliakoff, Martin Amis and Sarah Waters.
www.cheltenhamfestivals.com /whats_on/literature_festival.html   (709 words)

 Maine Launches Its First Literary Festival Pulitzer Prize Author Richard Russo Keynotes
The festivities continue on Saturday and Sunday as celebrated authors provide a rich mix of presentations, readings, and panel discussions in the areas of poetry, biography, fiction, and books-to-film.
Martha White, granddaughter of E.B. and Katharine White and a resident of Rockport, is a presenter at the Maine Literary Festival.
The Maine Authors Series and Literary Festival is a continuation and expansion of the successful and acclaimed 30-year Maine Authors Series, a scholarship project of the Midcoast Maine Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
www.prweb.com /releases/2006/10/prweb446121.htm   (919 words)

 Eatonton Literary Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Performing at this year's festival at 9:30, 11:30 and 2:30 at the Eatonton Public Library.
Written by Frank Stephenson; will be available for purchase at the festival and by mail.
Travis is graciously donating half of the proceeds from the Ward's Chapel print to the Festival.
www.gsu.edu /~wwwelf/menu.html   (84 words)

 Dahlonega Literary Festival
NEW for the 4th Annual Dahlonega Literary Festival, February 2007.
"Grass roots literary festivals are at the heart of reading in America, and The Dahlonega Literary Festival is a splendid example.
It's got the infrastructure and the setting, an active community theater, a lovely auditorium and meeting rooms, a state university in the heart of the town, venues for authentic regional music and readings, and a charming independent bookstore on the town square; moreover, it's got the enthusiasm and the soul.
www.literaryfestival.org   (259 words)

 Welcome to the Sunday Times - Oxford Literary Festival 2007
The 2006 Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival was the most successful yet and was the first held at Christ Church, one of the most beautiful and renowned of Oxford colleges.
For those of you who missed the 2006 Festival, details of the events offered can be seen by clicking on the links on the side bar.
We look forward to welcoming you to the 2007 Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival, further details of which will be posted here early in 2007.
www.sundaytimes-oxfordliteraryfestival.co.uk   (479 words)

 Melbourne Writers Festival - Welcome!
Each festival features a fabulous line-up of Australian authors, from much-loved favourites to some of the most exciting and distinctive new voices in Australian fiction.
Much hard work finalising this year's festival now starts for the MWF staff and the planning for 2007 is already well underway.
View a selection of photos from the 2006 festival, courtesy of MWF photographer Richard McLaren.
www.mwf.com.au   (382 words)

 ::LITERARY FESTIVAL LAUNCHED::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
As part of its efforts, the City is holding the first Joburg Literary Festival (JoLiFe) on the 17 and 18 March.
For Mutloatse the festival is an "affirmation that we have all been crying for for a long time".
Qubeka-Mashinini says the festival is part of the council's 2030 strategy that aims to grow the skills base of the city.
www.joburg.org.za /2006/mar/mar17_literary.stm   (1041 words)

 The Festival
The Diamond Literary Festival (DLF) is an annual celebration of words and ideas that brings the world's best storytellers to San Diego.
Thanks to the community, sponsors, donors, vendors and students, the success of the DLF has been growing ever since it was founded in 2004.
This year's festival, held in May, began with authors sharing their words and hearts with hundreds of elementary, middle school and high school students.
www.diamondliteraryfestival.org   (178 words)

 Folkestone Literary Festival 2006 homepage
As the Director of the Guardian Hay Festival, I have travelled the country and the globe working on a variety of festivals, and have witnessed time and again their unique power to bring people together in a spirit of collective contribution, informed debate and enormous fun!
It is a pleasure to see and to be part of the exciting development of both the festival and the town, this regeneration of Folkestone set to put the town firmly on the cultural map over the coming years.
Moreover, it has been clear to me that the festival benefits from the enormous support of local people and other visitors, as well as the commitment of the Friends of the Festival.
www.folkestonelitfest.co.uk   (529 words)

 Hollins University: News & Events
Literary Festival 2007 will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2007.
The Literary Festival is free and open to the public.
Support for the Literary Festival is provided by the John Alexander and Mary Josephine Haynes Allen Literary Endowment in memory of John Alexander Allen and Mary Josephine Haynes Allen.
www.hollins.edu /news-events/litfest/litfest.htm   (192 words)

 Literary festival launched - The Boston Globe
The literary festival will pay tribute to his father, the late Andre Dubus of Haverhill, the author of nine books of fiction and two collections of essays.
Also part of the festival will be a daylong visit by young adult author Lois Lowry to the Nock Middle School in Newburyport on April 28.
The festival is sponsored by the Institution for Savings in Newburyport and the Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, with additional support from the Provident Bank.
www.boston.com /news/local/articles/2006/01/26/literary_festival_launched?mode=PF   (997 words)

 Arkansas Literary Festival : THE BUZZ
Participating in the 2005 festival as an author hostess for Beth Finke was such an exciting experience.
My husband and I attend book festivals in surrounding states and the Arkansas Literary Festival is certainly one of the best.
...not all festivals are this thoughtfully pulled together and it's a beginning that a lot of programs don't find for years, plus there was a cause involved, a rarity.”
www.arkansasliteraryfestival.org /pages/buzz.html   (527 words)

 Lincoln Memorial University
For this reason, we believe that LMU is the perfect place to begin a new literary tradition—the Mountain Heritage Literary Festival.
This festival will not only celebrate the rich history of Appalachian literature that we have all come to love, but will also offer a guiding light for a new generation of writers who have been inspired by the writers who come from LMU and other writers of the Appalachian South.
Instead of fancy meals, at the Mountain Heritage Literary Festival you'll be fed the food your grandmother might have prepared for you.
www.lmunet.edu /alumni/festival/index.html   (301 words)

 Detroit Festival of the Arts | June 9, 10, 11, 2006
A popular annual feature of the Detroit Festival of the Arts, our Literary Arts component features poets and writers from around the world presenting their works for festival goers to enjoy.
The increasingly popular genre of spoken word, interspersed with music, is the fare at the Music and Literary Lounge, located on Cass Avenue.
From metro Detroit students approaching the microphone for the first time to poetic lines backed by the energetic beats of a hard rock band to readings by internationally recognized treasures, The Music and Literary Lounge is sure to awaken a new appreciation for the spoken word.
detroitfestival.com /06/literary.php   (1055 words)

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