2019 Williamsburg Book Festival
Melissa Palombi, University of Virginia, Author, Hoos in the Kitchen
Vikki Lynn Smith, Author, Summer of the Firefly
Cindy McDonald, Author, Into the Crossfire
POETRY AT THE STRYKER
Dr. Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, former poet laureate, Commonwealth of Virginia
Kathy Smaltz, Prince William County poet laureate
Edward W. Lull, Life member, Poetry Society of Virginia. Author of six books of poetry
Bill Glose, Daily Press poet laureate. Author of Half A Man and The Human Touch
Dr. Barbara McLennan, Author, The Wealth of Jamestown
Jeffrey K. Walker, Author, None of Us the Same
Patricia Gray, Author, Petra, A Novel
Dr. Jonathon Stoltz, Author, Medicine from Cave Dwellers to Millennials
Ann Eichenmuller, Author, Kind Lies
Tom Benjey, Author, Doctors, Lawyers, Indian Chiefs
Williamsburg Regional Library Theater
Meet award-winning author Katherine Locke in the lobby outside the library theater.
Katherine is the author of the Young Adult novels The Girl with the Red Balloon and The Spy with the Red Balloon,
and the romance series District Ballet Company. She is also the editor of the Jewish YA anthology, It’s A Whole
Presentation by Katherine Locke in the library theater.
(The Book Festival and Williamsburg Regional Library are proving opportunities for Locke to also speak to students
in local public schools and at The College of William & Mary during the day on Friday.)
Our 8th year!
Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The Stryker Center, 412 N. Boundary Street
Meet Your Next Favorite Author and Discuss your Work with Editors from Four Independent Publishing Companies
WORKSHOPS & PRESENTATIONS throughout the day in the Stryker Center
Williamsburg Book Festival Sponsors
The Williamsburg Book Festival is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
Williamsburg Book Festival, Inc. is formed exclusively for charitable and educational and literary purposes. Specifically, the organization hosts promotional and educational events, seminars and workshops that promote and support the craft of literary composure and the exposure of writers to the reading public. A recent project recorded the stories of displaced African-Americans living in Williamsburg during desegregation.
The new logo reflects the history of fine writing which formed our nation and our pride in Williamsburg, Virginia’s Colonial Capital, founded in 1699.