Local Authors Holiday Book Fair

The Book Club of Detroit
The Book Club of Detroit
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*This is not a BCD event. This is just something we love.*

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Local Authors Holiday Book Fair

12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Mexicantown Latino Cultural Center
2835 Bagley Ave
Ste. 600
Detroit, MI 48216

Save The Date! Tis the season to peruse small press books published by your favorite local authors and select a few for all the book lovers on your holiday gift list.

Author Meet & Greet / Book signings / Refreshments.
10% from every book sold will be donated to a local TBD charity

Author Q & A throughout the event.

We'll be adding new authors as we receive confirmations. So far:

Alan Dean Naldrett, prolific author of regional titles including "Lost Car Companies of Detroit, "The Poorhouses and Poor Farms of Michigan, Michigan's Forgotten Celebrities," etc.

Andrew Lark, author of "Better Boxed and Forgotten" set in an Indian Village mansion and his new collaborative project "Postcards from the Future: A Triptych on Humanity’s End," a dystopian anthology.

Karin Risko, Detroit tour guide and co-author of Michigan Civil War Landmarks, will be there with "A History Lover's Guide To Detroit."

Oneida Jackson, former copy editor and O Street Columnist at the Detroit Free Press, will be there with her popular satire books "Letters From Mrs. Grundy" and "Nappy-Headed Negro Syndrome."

Paul Vachon, author of several Detroit-centric titles, will be there with "Detroit: An Illustrated Timeline."

Rockin' Richard Houston, the Godfather of Detroit Roller Skating, will be there with "The Motown Sound On Wheels."

Jon Milan, co-author of "Michigan Haunts: Public Places, Eerie Spaces."

Sara E. Teller, author of "PTSD: Healing from the Inside Out – Strategies to Tackle Symptoms, Regain Strength, and Realize Sustainable Healing" and "Narcissistic Abuse: A Survival Guide."

Colleen K. Dodt, author of "The Essential Oils Book" and "Natural Baby Care."

Authors will be donating 10% of their sales to Freedom House Detroit.

NOTE: The Mexicantown Latino Cultural Center is located next to the Detroit Mexicantown International Welcome Center. Lots of convenient, free parking!

If you'd like to be an author vendor, email your bio, published title/s to our committee. All genres welcome but books must have regional focus. Email: [masked]