There are lots of ways to participate in The State of the Book. Attend a panel, browse the book fair, become a sponsor! Below are a few frequently asked questions.
Q: Is there a cost to attend The State of the Book symposium?
A: No! All The State of the Book events are free and open to the public. Seating is first come first serve.
Q: Do I have to attend all the events?
A: No! Come to one panel or to several; attend only the evening keynote with Carolyn Forché or just come for the book fair.
Q: How do I get to Rackham Auditorium?
The nearest parking garage is the Palmer Drive Structure. Directions are available here. Instead of entering Palmer Commons when you emerge from the stucture, you’ll go west toward Fletcher Street, which you’ll cross to get to Washington Street.
Q: Are Generic Cialis any of the events appropriate for children?
A: The 826michigan Children’s Reading from 11:00am-12:00pm is the most child-friendly event.
Q: Will authors’ books be for sale at The State of the Book?
A: Yes! Nicola’s Bookstore will be selling authors’ books and there will be opportunities to get these books signed after panels and at the book fair.
Q: Could I sell my own book at the book fair?
A: Unfortunately, space at the book fair is reserved for The State of the Book partner organizations. If you would like your publisher to attend, please have them get in touch with the organizers–contact information is on the “Press” page.
Q: Is Rackham Auditorium handicap accessible?
A: The main auditorium at Rackham where events will be held is handicap accessible. There is a wheelchair ramp on the Washington Street side of the building.
Q: I would like to support The State of the Book. Could my business become a sponsor?
A: Absolutely. To become an event sponsor, please email jeremiah (at) fictionwritersreview (dot) com.