Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Edible Books in Decatur, Georgia, at Wordsmiths Books

Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta and the Southeast Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers invite you to unleash your imagination as you cook up a culinary creation with literary inspiration!!!

The 5th Annual Edible Book Festival
At Wordsmiths Books
Downtown Decatur, GA, on the Square
Saturday, March 29

Set-up: 2:30pm to 3:00pm
Display: 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Judging and tasting at 4:00pm
Prizes to be Awarded

Exhibitor registration:
Amateur Division: $5.00 per entry
Professional Division: $25.00 per entry
Limit of 2 entries per division

To register, visit www.lvama.org or send a check with your registration form to Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta: 246 Sycamore Street, Suite 110, Decatur, GA 30030

All proceeds benefit Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta in its effort to increase adult literacy. Registration fees are tax deductible.

Edible Books in Sewanee, Tennessee, University of the South

The Artist's Handbook, Loganberry Books, Shaker Heights, Ohio

Clear and Present Danger, New Hampshire Institute of Art Library

Do you devour books? Maybe you’d like to make one that others devour!

Enter DuPont Library’s Third

The library is proud to announce our participation in this international festival, which started in 2000 and which has been growing in popularity each year. Everyone is invited to submit an entry or entries.

The Rules: Make edible art that has something to do with books.

The Date: April 1 — Bring entries and the book you’re representing by 10 am Judging will commence at 1. The Public is invited to view between 11 and 3:30. At 3:30 the eating begins. You’re invited, even if you don’t enter.

The Place: The Dupont Library lobby

Categories: 12 and under; 13 and older

The Prizes: Gift Certificates to the bookstore will be awarded for:
Best in Show, Best Representation of a Banned Book, Best Children’s Book, Wittiest Book, Best Sewanee Book

For ideas, visit: University Book and supply Store (for Sewanee Authors)

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