Local Artists Featured in the 4th Annual Juried Exhibition
at Schlow Library’s Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery
Tamar Myers, author of the Pennsylvania Dutch and Den of Antiquity mystery series, as well as a new series based in the Belgian Congo, will speak at the "Afternoon of Mystery" BookFest PA event at 1:30 p.m. at the State College Presbyterian church on July 16. Hear a review of her latest book "The Headhunter's Daughter" on WPSU's BookMark program. Joining her will be Nancy Martin at 1 p.m. and Lisa Scottoline at 2 p.m. All the authors will be at the BookFest tent at 2:45 PM to sign their books.
BookFestPA was held on Saturday, July 16 and was a definite success. Over 2400 visitors walked through the BookFest tent to visit 24 local authors and purchase their books. Two hundred people attended the Afternoon of Mystery panel at the Presbyterian Church and smaller groups listened to the Young Adult panel at Schlow, Daryl Gregory and Paul Yeager at Hintz Alumni Center and children's author, Lindsay George. We all had a wonderful time, celebrating the wide variety of books represented.