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Live Near Indianapolis? Come Meet Me at the Ann Katz Festival of Books, Nov. 17, 2010

I'm kind of ashamed I never knew about the Ann Katz Festival of Books before. The Indianapolis-based book festival prides itself on bringing in a wide spectrum of authors over two weeks and having something for everybody. If you live in the Indy area, check out this great event!

I'm kind of ashamed I never knew about the Ann Katz Festival of Books before. The Indianapolis-based book festival prides itself on bringing in a wide spectrum of authors over two weeks and having something for everybody. If you live in the Indy area, check out this great event!

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DETAILS

The Ann Katz Festival of Books runs from November 2–17, 2010. It is organized by the Arthur M. Glick JCC, 6701 Hoover Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46260, (317)251-9467. Each day's event requires you to register, which you can do easily enough online.

CHUCK'S SPEECH: NOV. 17, 2010

I am giving a speech on "How to Get Your Book Published" at 6:30 p.m. I will be giving some of my best piece of advice, then I will take questions from the crowd. Plus, you can browse the Local Author Book Fair before and after my presentation (fair starts at 5:30).

I believe the event is free.

WHO WILL BE THERE?

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The festival brings someone different every day. I will be speaking on Wednesday, Nov. 17. Other than me, some speakers include the following:

  • Robert Eggers, author of Begging for Change
  • Clara Silverstein, author of A White House Gardening Cookbook
  • Carey Goldberg, author of the memoir Three Wishes
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