BALTIMORE - Authors from all over the country come to Baltimore each year for the annual book festival. This year is expected to be no exception.
In fact, organizers say readers of all ages are expected to be wowed by this year’s emphasis – science fiction.
"I know that we have lovers of science fiction and fantasy in Baltimore City who are gonna love this," said Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. "All weekend long, guests can enjoy readings, signing, panel discussions in many literary genres of science fiction."
This year's festival will feature more than 200 authors speaking on eight different stages.
The 17th annual Baltimore Book Festival is September 28 through September 30 on North Charles Street in Mount Vernon.
CLICK HERE to view a list of 2012 Baltimore Book Festival presenting authors.
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