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10:30 am 10:45 am 10:55 am 11:10 am 11:30 am 11:45 am 12:00 N 12:15 PM Nickole Williams – A Butterfly Called Rainbow Self-Published, 2012 / Available through Author Kenza Ashley – poem, Woman Non-Published Beth Bird – poems, Untitled Non-Published Javier Orellana – erase:rewind Singer/Songwriter – acoustic folk rock Debra A. Daly – Dream Come True Self-Published by iUniverse, 2011 Jane Pedler – Doby’s Creek Self-Published, 2012 / Available through Author Dr. Andrea Blake Garrett – The Adventures of Izzy & JuJu Self-Published by AuthorHouse, 2010 Bonnie the Magic Lady
Bonnie the Magic Lady is a silly addition to any party, with an approach that is non-threatening and fun. Moms of young children choose her because you get all the fun without the clown make up.
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Carmine J. Scarpa – Save Me a Seat by the Drummer Self-Published by LuLu.com, 2009 Michael T. Young – poems from Living in the Counterpoint Self-Published by Finishing Line Press, 2012 Santiago Marte – La Conspiración Sagrada (en español) Self-Published, 2012 / Available through Author Nadira Persaud – My First 30 Self-Published by AuthorHouse, 2012 Tom Thiel – Tom’s Dream Singer/Songwriter – Unique blend of traditional country, folk & Americana Dream Land (The Worth of Man) Self-Published, 2011 / Available through Author Nancy Méndez-Booth – Short Stories: Jersey City-related fiction www.NancyMendezBooth.com/blog Yvonne Hernandez – Monologues: 50 Ways / What is this strange feeling? / The Date Non-Published Shamina Allen – A City Set on a Hill Self-Published by Outskirts Press, 2012 J.J. Tomkins – The Wicked Education of Henry Holliday Self-Published by CreateSpace, 2011 Dujuana Sharese – Poet & Spoken Word Artist www.cyphermovement.com Debra Devi – Singer/Songwriter – Rock & Roll The Language of the Blues: From Alcorub to Zuzu Published by True Nature Books, 2012
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Jacqueline Hallenbeck – poem, Poet-in-transit Published by RLYB, 2011 Maureen Wlodarczyk – Canary in a Cage: The Smith-Bennett Murder Case Self-Published by CreateSpace, 20112 Peter Healy – Vengeance Is Sacred Self-Published, 2011 / Available through Author Robert J. Woolsey – Husband in Waiting Self-Published by Xlibris, 2012 Clarence Matthews – The Man Jacob Self-Published by deeClare Publishing, LLC, 2012 Zakee Howze – Fragments: A.K.A. Incomplete Thoughts Self-Published by iUniverse, 2008 Alfred C. Martino – Perfected by Girls Self-Published by Coles Street Publishing, 2011 Theresa Borrelli – I Am Myself: A Woman Growing Up with Tourette Syndrome Self-Published by SBPRA, 2011
A Tale of Our City book festival offers authors, new and established, of all genres and ages, a venue where they can showcase their works and bring it to the reading and buying public in a neutral and inspiring setting. We wish to thank the Jersey City Free Public Library staff; Literacy Department; Office of the Mayor & Municipal Council, Maryanne Kelleher and Alex Perez, Jersey City Division of Cultural Affairs; The Van Vorst Park Association; PACO; community organizations, and all participating authors and performers for sharing their time and talent with us. All books featured today will be purchased by the Library and be available to the public.
Hope to see you at next year’s book festival! Thank you, all! – Sonia Araujo / Chair / A Tale of Our City / 201-547-4549