The Authors’ Tent no. 140 at the Palmer Park Art Fair in Detroit will feature 18 authors representing different genres plus poetry this weekend, June 4 & 5.
“Most of the authors will have readings,” said Mark Loeb, Integrity Shows director said. “We’ll have poets in between.”
The Palmer Park Art Fair is a recreation of an event popular in the 70s & 80s.
“We will have a limited edition poster,” he said. “It’s stunning.”
Signs from Woodward Street direct visitors into the huge park, one mile by 0.5 miles, surrounded by upscale historic district neighborhoods and low-income apartments.
“We are a great melting pot,” Loeb said. “It’s a joy to be there.”
The unique event will have 135 to 140 vendors including food vendors such as Southern Heritage of Detroit.
“I expect a lot of people,” Loeb said.
Author and podcast host and producer Emma Palova will be inside the Authors’ Tent at 140e. Stop by so Emma can sign a copy of Greenwich Meridian Memoir about the Konecny family immigration saga from Czechoslovakia for you.
I am pleased to announce that I have a new book coming out soon in the Shifting Sands series: The Lost Town. This is a historical fiction romance novel set in a ghost town. Watch for details about its release TBA. The book was edited by Carol Briggs and the cover was designed by graphic artist Jeanne Boss.
I am grateful to the entire creative team and for my team of reviewers for making this happen.
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