What
Author Alley is an annual gathering and book fair of local authors held outdoors at Loganberry Books. The day coincides with the annual Larchmere Festival, a street festival that features antiques and collectibles, entertainment, and community camaraderie. As a merchant of the street, what better contribution can we make than to celebrate the local literati? All local writers are eligible, from self-published to national blockbusters.
When
Saturday, July 7, 2018, 12pm-4pm
Where
In the driveway, or "Author Alley," of Loganberry Books (or indoors in case of rain)
13015 Larchmere Boulevard
Shaker Heights, OH 44120
216.795-9800
Directions
How
Participation is free for both authors and audience.
Download the Registration Form in Word Doc or PDF format.
** Registration due May 26th **

Who

Our confirmed list of authors updated 6/12/18:

Keith Allen - What a Mess!
Andrew Bajda - Captured in Liberation
M.T. Bass - Murder by Munchausen
Lucy Biederman - The Walmart Book of the Dead
Michael Ceraolo - 500 Cleveland Haiku Readings
Dan Chaon - Ill Will
Vivien Chien - Death by Dumplings
Jeff Daniels - My Brother the Boxer: The Terry Daniels Story
David Allen Edmonds - Personal Pronouns
Scott Edwards - Quintessential Jack
Mary Ellis - Sunset in Old Savannah
Debra Gaskill - Kissing Fitz
Lisa Gitlin - Postcards from the Canyon
Carmen Melissa Hall - The Gift of Now
Annie Hogsett - Murder to the Metal
Christopher Johnston - Shattering Silences
Michael Jordan - In the Company of Demons
Joe Kapitan - Caves of the Rust Belt - Ohio Stories
Lake Erie Ink Teens - Roots and Branches: A Collection of Writing from Cleveland Teens
CiCi Lamar - The Story to Tell: The Journey to Forgiveness
Jennifer Lopez - Thanks, But I'll Teach My Own Kid
Scott MacGregor - Tunnel to Hell
Lachlan MacKinnon - Let Me Tell You a Story
Gina Messina - Jesus in the White House
David Meyers & Elise Meyers Walker - Ohio's  Black Hand Syndicate
G.S. Oppenheim - Hockeywood
Elise Panehal - The Girl Who Couldn't Talk Dirty
Emily Poor - Gather 'round Garden
J. Everett Prewitt - Something About Ann
D.M. Pulley - The Unclaimed Victim
Kevin A. Risner - My Ear is a Sieve
Calvin Rydbom - The Akron Sound
Ken Schneck - LGBTQ Cleveland
E.F. Schraeder - Chapter Eleven
Renee Sentilles - American Tomboys, 1850-1915
Maxwell Shell - Collector's Ed: The World As Love0
Tricia Springstubb - Cody and the Heart of a Champion
Sunny Day Publishing
Joseph Swain Jr. - Pure Thoughts
Charles D. Todder - Entelechy and Book Two
Jean Henriott Trawick - Spooklin'
Jane Ann Turzillo - Wicked Women of Ohio
Eric VanRaepenbusch - Dodo: Silly Bird. Silly Name. Silly Stories.
Angeline Walsh - Bad Psychiatry
Carol Wulff - William, the What If Wonder On His First Day of School

Festival
The Larchmere Festival is more than a day of bargains and goodies; it's a day of neighbors, festivities, workshops and camaraderie. Tucked into corners and lots up and down the boulevard are dealers of vintage goods, antiques, art, and collectibles, with an additional community garage sale lot for the bargain hunters. Music, workshops, chess, and food enliven the festival flair. For more information, visit www.larchmere.com.

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