Northern Arizona Book Festival 2024

When: April 13, 2024

Where: Heritage Square, 22 E. Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, AZ

We’re excited to be participating in the 2024 Northern Arizona Book Festival (NOAZBF), a celebration of literature from Northern Arizona, the Colorado Plateau, the American Southwest, and beyond. We’ll have books on sale at our table in Heritage Square along with Abalone Mountain Press.

Read more about the festival below or at the official website:

“Established in 1997, the Northern Arizona Book Festival (NOAZBF) is a literary nonprofit based out of Kinłání (aka the bordertown of Flagstaff, Arizona). It coordinates readings, panels, workshops, contests, and more that reflect the literary interests and cultural issues that define life in the Colorado Plateau region of Northern Arizona. As part of its regular programming, the NOAZBF includes the Indigenous Writers’ Symposium, Young Readers’ Festival, and Flagstaff Off-the-Page (FLG OTP, new in Fall 2021). Throughout the year, the NOAZBF collaborates with and supports the Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase, the Northern Arizona University MFA Program, Cinder Skies Reading Series, Juniper House Reading Series, Flagstaff Poetry Slam, Red Ink., Thin Air MagazineCarbon CopyCurios, Eggtooth Editions, Tolsun Books, Salina Bookshelf, Abalone Mountain Press, Outspokin’ and Bookish, Poetry Out Loud, the National Park Service, Northern Arizona Museum, and Bright Side Bookshop.”

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