The Wisconsin Book Festival is a free, five-day program of public events that takes place every Fall in downtown Madison. It is the state's largest literary festival, drawing thousands of attendees annually.
Today, come see the following PM Authors speak at the
Rainbow Bookstore Cooperative @ 426 W. Gilman Street, Madison, WI.
James Kilgore author of Prudence Couldn’t Swim
Selma James author of
Sex, Race, and Class--The Perspective of Winning: A Selection of Writings 1952-2011.
Since its inception in 2002, the Wisconsin Book Festival has been a showcase for literary talent from across the state of Wisconsin and beyond. It is a forum for people to come together and sit face to face and side by side, to talk and listen, whisper, laugh, cry, sing, sign, write notes, tell jokes, and give voice to their ideas. The Wisconsin Book Festival is a special project of the Wisconsin Humanities Council, an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit, and works to fulfill the WHC’s mission: Community through Conversation.
Stop by the PM Press table and check out all of our newest releases. We always appreciate the company.
(See event web page)