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Montana Book Festival 9/12-15 – Missoula

September 12 - September 15

For over thirty years, Missoula’s annual book festival has paid tribute to the tradition of writing in the West by bringing together authors from across the region. In 2015, what was the Humanities Montana Festival of the Book became the Montana Book Festival thanks to the generosity of our fiscal sponsor, Arts Missoula. Since then, the Montana Book Festival has been a grassroots organization, relying on individual donations, grants, corporate sponsorships, a handful of dedicated locals and the enduring support of the Montana literary community to survive. We have worked to build upon the event’s legacy while also reinvigorating the festival with new ideas and fresh perspective.

 

$15 all-access festival button, or $5 for each event.

Buttons can be purchased at Fact & Fiction Books at 220 N Higgins in the week leading up to the festival.
(Buttons do not cover writing workshops or the author reception.)

Take a writing workshop for $35, or $200 for access to all seven.
(Freestone Boulder Happy Hour costs only the $18 price of a day pass to the climbing gym.)

Attend the Author’s Reception Cocktail Party in collaboration with the Norman Maclean Festival
Friday, September 13 at 5:00, $15 for the public

The annual Exhibitor Fair will be at the Residence Inn Marriott (the Merc Hotel)
10:00-5:00 on Saturday, September 14

Followed by a keynote by Stephanie Land,
author of the New York Times bestselling memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and a Mother’s Will to Survive

view the full schedule

The Montana Book Festival strives to foster interest in literature for people of all ages,
perpetuate a sense of literary community, and provide a vibrant, compelling forum
for the literary arts that celebrates diversity.

Details

Start:
September 12
End:
September 15
Website:
http://www.montanabookfestival.org/

Venue

MTUnited States+ Google Map

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