Ann Arbor’s Kerrytown Bookfest Changes Venue for 2022 Event

ANN ARBOR – Tree Town’s Kerrytown Bookfest is back and it’s changing locations this year.

On September 18, the book-based event will host authors, panel discussions, and the Antique Book Roadshow in the Morris J. Lawrence Building on the Washtenaw Community College campus.

The annual event has been canceled for three years. As of 2019, he was on hiatus due to financial pressures and volunteer issues. It was again canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.

Although a detailed schedule has not been revealed, several authors, poets and illustrators have confirmed their speaking. These include romance writer Beverly Jenkins, Christina Kallery, Izzy Roberts, Jeff Kass, Lev Raphael, Peter Markus and Wade Rouse.

Visitors can Register have antiquarian books, rare volumes and paper-signed treasures appraised by Ann Arbor’s antiquarian book experts.

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Other festival events include workshops, dance classes, crafts and talks by locally published authors.

People interested in going behind the scenes of the festival can register as volunteers here.

Find out more about Kerrytown Bookfest at

Washtenaw Community College is located at 4800 E. Huron River Dr.

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