Save the date! The White Mountains Writers' and Book Festival is scheduled for September 28 at White Mountains Community College. Now in its third year, the Festival will include workshops in social media, publishing, and family and local history, among other topics. The keynote speaker will be acclaimed author Howard Frank Mosher. The festival will run from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and will include vendors of arts, crafts, and books of local interest.
The concluding event will be writers reading for the Literary Flash competition, the first stop to the New Hampshire state-wide competition hosted by the N.H. Writers' Project. The format must be an original story that can be read in three minutes or less. Selections must be pre-registered and will be judged by a panel as well as audience applause.
The Festival is being sponsored by the N.H. Writers’ Project, White Mountains Community College and North Country Writers’ Night Out.
While there is a fee for the workshops, the Festival is open to the public. For further information, please contact Tamara Roberge at 603-342-3062 or email firstname.lastname@example.org