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Harbor Springs Festival of the Book

September 2024

The Harbor Springs Festival of the Book is a three-day gathering of nationally known presenters for a celebration of books and the stories that make them great. The annual literary event brings authors and readers from around the country to downtown Harbor Springs.

Registration, required for Festival attendance, will be available in July and the complete schedule of events will be released in mid-August. The author committee will be accepting submissions for the 2023 Festival from January 1st-April 30th, 2023. For submission guidelines, please review the Harbor Springs Festival of the Book criteria at hsfotb.org/presenterguidelines. The names of the 2023 presenters will be updated here once they have been announced. 

All Festival presenters’ books will be available for sale at the Festival’s Pop-Up Bookstore, provided by Between the Covers, during the Festival event. Between the Covers donates 20% of all session and Pop-Up Bookstore book sales during the Festival weekend back to the Festival.

The 2022 Festival Summary and Program can be viewed at hsfotb.org/things-to-know-about-the-festival

Stay tuned for information on the 2024 Harbor Springs Festival of the Book!

Experience Harbor Springs

From spring days with a landscape covered in trillium to a summer afternoon on the beach or water, Harbor Springs is the place. Read the stories below or go to the Harbor Springs destination page.
For more information on the Harbor Springs Festival of the Book, please contact the event organizer:

Harbor Springs Festival of the Book

160 State St., Harbor Springs, MI, 49740

(231) 838-2725

hsfotb.com

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