Monday, May 18, 2009

Thank you, Kingman!

The KABAM Organizing Committee wishes to thank the people of Kingman, as well as our authors, supporting organizations and many hardworking volunteers, for all of their efforts to make this year's KABAM! Festival a success.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Authors Reception Tonight! - 6:00 PM

6:00 PM, Friday at Mohave Community College. Meet local and visiting authors. Refreshments and entertainment.

The Mohave Community College Barnes & Noble bookstore will be open and have copies of KABAM authors' books available for purchase.

Location: Mohave Community College Student Center
1971 Jagerson Avenue, Kingman AZ

Mariner's Compass Book Discussion - 2:00 PM - Mohave Museum of History and Arts

Mystery author Earlene Fowler leads a discussion about her Benni Harper Mystery, Mariner's Compass. Location: Mohave Museum of History and Arts, 400 West Beale Street.

Thursday, May 14, 2009


TONIGHT: 6:00 PM - KABAM SLAM Poetry Competition at Beale Street Brews downtown, Kingman 418 East Beale. Audience participation/reaction is a crucial part of our young poets scores! (Wine Bar next door for those wanting something stronger than coffee!)

2:00 PM: Book Discussion with Earlene Fowler, 2:00 PM at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts. Book: Mariner's Compass
6:00 PM - Authors Reception at Mohave Community College Student Center, 1971 Jagerson Avenue. Visiting and local authors mingle with readers and poets in an informal setting. All local and regional authors, young and old alike are invited!

Saturday (Family Day!): 10-4 Book Festival at Metcalfe Park. Local and visiting authors, book autographing, clowns, books for sale, prizes children's activities and live entertainment. The works! Something for all ages and interests.

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Thank you for your continued support of our literacy efforts

Bruce D. Carter
Kingman Area Books are Magic Festival