- 0707.April.Sundayhttps://sdwritersguild.org/event/sdweg-member-margaret-harmon-at-old-town-gift-company-2/Old Town Gift Company2754 Calhoun Street, San Diego, CA
If a genie granted you 3 magic wishes, what would you wish? But wait. Why is it always 3? And do we really need magic?
Win a magic gold coin by figuring out the answer with Margaret Harmon at The Old Town Gift Company, 2754 Calhoun Street, San Diego.
The San Diego Writers Festival is a free, performance-based festival that celebrates writers of all kinds, including authors of poetry, spoken word, music, screenplays, books, plays, graphic novels, comic books and more. Daytime events will include interactive craft and business-based workshops, live performances, educational panels, opportunities to meet authors, book signings, readings, live music, teen workshops, and kid-friendly events.
This festival was born out of a passion to unite our community through storytelling and to give a voice to those who often feel voice-less. We celebrate inclusivity and accessibility- creating a day that celebrates all races, genders, religions and abilities.
The San Diego Writers Festival: Uniting San Diego—One Story at A Time
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At the inaugural San Diego Writers Festival on April 13, Henry Herz will be moderating two panels:
He will also have a reading from 1:30-2:00 and a book signing from 2:00-3:00.
- A Children’s author panel with Demetra Brodsky, Marcie Colleen, Jonathan Maberry, and Sally Pla, from 11 a.m. to noon.
- A Fantasy/Science Fiction author panel with Dr. David Brin, Stephanie Diaz, Jonathan Maberry, and Mary Pearson from noon to 1 p.m.
Events are scheduled all day in several Library spaces. Come early to check out the final schedule on the day. The Guild will also be represented at one of the vendor tables.
Check out the author interview with Henry on the San Diego Writers Festival website: https://sandiegowritersfestival.com/henry-l-herz-author-interview/featured-authors/
- 2020.April.Saturdayhttps://sdwritersguild.org/event/nea-big-read-traveling-symphony-apocalypse-panels/Mysterious Galaxy5943 Balboa Ave, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92111
The Traveling Symphony, inspired by Emily St John’s post pandemic novel Station Eleven, performs Shakespeare Banished, from the back of a truck, as did the performers in the book. These street performers are from Grossmont College in partnership with Write Out Loud. The 1:00 pm performance will be followed by a 1:30 Author Panel featuring SDWEG Member J. Dianne Dotson and Jim Pascoe. An NEA (National Endowment for the Arts) BIG READ event.
Dianne will be reading from her novel Heliopause: The Questrison Saga: Book One.
Additional information: https://www.mystgalaxy.com/Big-Read-04-2019
Mysterious Galaxy, 5943 Balboa Ave, Suite 100, San Diego, CA: (858) 268-4747. http://www.mystgalaxy.com/