The 9th Annual Cliff Notes Writing Conference and Boulder Book Festival will be held October 5th through 8th. It will begin with Utah’s 1st Poet Laureate, David Lee, reading from his work at Kiva Koffeehouse on Thursday, October 5th at 6 pm. Colorado poet Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer will be reading from her work Friday at the Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch Siloon at 6 pm. Steven Nightingale, whose travel book Granada: A Pomegranate in the Hand of God was on the NY Times Best Seller List and was rated by them as the Outstanding European Travel Book, will read on Saturday, October 7th at 6 pm at the Boulder Creek Ranch at Jacqui Smalley’s house. All readings are free to the public.
The conference is for new and experienced writers or those
interested in learning more about writing. The cost is $200 for the
full conference, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. Individual sessions run from $10 to $40 per session. There are scholarships available if you need assistance. Applications, schedules, and information about the faculty are available at the library, at Pole’s Place, or at our website at boulderheritage.org. For more information contact Cheryl Cox at email@example.com or 335-7550.