Virtual Detroit Bookfest (July 16-18, 2021) click here to ENTER

Virtual Detroit Bookfest (July 16-18, 2021) click here to ENTER

In addition to our in-person event on July 18, we are offering our inaugural Virtual Detroit Bookfest all weekend long!

Because of the limited # of in-person vendors we are allowed this year, we are experimenting by creating a geographically boundless Virtual Bookfest open to ANYONE ANYWHERE in the world.

This event is FREE to attend. We encourage you to visit the Virtual Bookfest and help support these amazing vendors!

 

Virtual Detroit Bookfest (July 16-18, 2021)

https://detroitbookfest.com/virtual/

 

Facebook event page

https://www.facebook.com/events/438220427342981

 

Thank You for the marvelous write-up Rare Book Hub

Thank You for the marvelous write-up Rare Book Hub

Rare Book Hub Bruce McKinney

 

Rare Book Hub is one of the top websites globally for all things rare books. Featuring news, auction listings, and more, it is a tremendous resource for dealers and collectors.

RBH was founded in 2002 by internationally well-known rare books expert Bruce McKinney to help gather and highlight information on rare books, antiquarian, collectible, OOP, ephemera, etc.

 

Rare Book Hub founder Bruce McKinney (photo by Lauren Thomas, New Paltz Times)

 

Born in 1946, Bruce grew up in New Paltz, New York near Poughkeepsie and currently lives in Pacific Heights, San Francisco.

This article was beautifully and kindly written by Dr. Maureen Mulvihill. Dr. Mulvihill is a native Detroiter, rare book collector, member of the Florida Bibliophile Society & The Book Club of Detroit, and currently lives in Sarasota, Florida.

It is a tremendous honor being featured on RBH and we thank you Bruce and Maureen!

 

The link inside of this link contains her 7-page PDF article:

https://www.rarebookhub.com/articles/3017

 

 

Rare Book Hub homepage

https://www.rarebookhub.com/

 

RBH Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/RareBookHub

 

 

RBH Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/rarebookhub/

 

Rare Book Hub (San Francisco, CA)

Thank you Fine Books Magazine for the coverage of Virtual Detroit Bookfest

Thank you Fine Books Magazine for the coverage of Virtual Detroit Bookfest

Thank you very much Fine Books & Collections Magazine for the coverage of Virtual Detroit Bookfest!

 

Full article is here

https://www.finebooksmagazine.com/news/detroit-festival-books-will-add-virtual-component

 

And big thank you to our own media manager Louie Meizlish for his ongoing dedication to generating more awareness about Bookfest.

 

 

Yes, in addition to our limited in-person event this year on July 18, we will be running our inaugural Virtual Detroit Bookfest on our website from July 16-18.

 

Simple visit our homepage www.detroitbookfest.com and you will see the Virtual event at the top.

Entry is FREE for attendees to both the in-person and virtual events!

 

If you are interested in being a virtual vendor, please apply here:

https://detroitbookfest.com/vendor-application-2021