Northern AZ Book Festival

March 31-April 2 of 2023

Creating Effective Critique Groups Workshop

Sunday, April 2, 2023

11 to Noon

Flagstaff Coconino County Public Library 
300 West Aspen Avenue

A Panel Presentation/Q&A 
Barbara Shovers and C. Alex Smith 
(FWC Co-Founders)
  • How to Form a Group
  • Group Models  & Guidelines

(928)779-6368 for more information

Book Fest Highlights:

Friday, March 31

3pm: Author Meet and Greet

Downtown  Flagstaff Public Library

Saturday, April 1

10am-5pm: Booths & Readings All Day!

Heritage Square

2pm: Spoken Word & Slam Poetry: Roundtable & Preformance

Downtown Flagstaff Public Library

3pm: Literary Editing & Publishing Panel featuring Local Presses

Liminal @ Flagstaff

3pm: Hands-on Bookmaking by Wasted Ink Zine Distro

Heritage Square

5pm: Literary Editing & Publishing Panel featuring Local Presses

Liminal @ Flagstaff

7pm: Sedona Poetry Slam featuring Mary D. Fisher

Theater, Sedona

7pm: Explore Translation

What is your relationship to the land you live on? Share a brief response to be added to a multilingual, community poem hosted by Thousand Languages Project. Responses collected by March 15th will be presented during the Explore Translation with Thousand Languages Panel. 

  Submit here.

  Luminal, Flagstaff

8:30pm: That Needs Work: Humor Writing 

Hosted by NAU MFA students


Sunday, April 2

        11am: Create Effective Critique Groups

Hosted by Flagstaff Writers Connection

Downtown Flagstaff Public Library

1pm: Youth Poetry Council

For Younger Writers (14-24 years)

Late for the Train, Flagstaff

Volunteer Opportunities

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