The Great Salt Lake Book Festival Saga, Part 1

I’m not sure if it’s really a saga, now that I think about it. According to Google, a saga is “an ancient Scandinavian narrative of historical or mythical events.” I’m not Scandinavian (though someone at the store must be), and while this is a narrative it’s about future events — future events of mythical proportions! There you have it. This is officially a saga. Onward, post!

On Saturday (October 27), we will be at the Great Salt Lake Book Festival. The author lineup is something to behold, and we’re proud to be providing books for:

  • Gordon Campbell (12:30pm)
  • Greer Chesher & Annick Smith (2pm)
  • Sara Zarr (2pm)
  • Margot Singer (3:30pm)
  • Ann Cannon & Muffy Mead-Ferro (3:30pm)
  • William Kittredge & Hal Cannon (7pm)

Aside from the panels, we’ll also have a table, so stop by and say hello!

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