Lain and I will be at the Decatur Book Festival all day Saturday and Sunday.
We’ll spend the daylight hours being gregarious and talkative, and the nighttime being exhausted from behaving so far outside of our comfort zones.
(Smiling through the pain last year.)
Please come enjoy the festival, say hi at our tent (on Ponce), and take advantage of the best yearly opportunity to feel smart and literary while drinking beer.
If you don’t know what’s going on, take a look over at Paste Magazine’s new blog, Local:Atlanta. They gave Lain (along with Baby Got Books, Wordsmiths Books, and Laurel Snyder) the opportunity to tell you what to do with yourself. Take it from Paste! Who took it from Lain! Among others!
More fun: our storytellers will have the main children’s stage Saturday at 2pm. Huzzah! They’ll also be sprinkled throughout the festival both days, performing here and there.
But most importantly, please visit us on Sunday from 2 – 5pm at Several Dancer’s Core on the square. There we’ll be hosting a coffee house-themed literary salon to honor Vernacular, our teen-produced literary journal.
Readings, musical performances, and much, much more await you.
Well, not much more, but the Editors would surely appreciate your support.
Thanks, and see you there!