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6/10/2013 2:05:00 PM
Registration open for 2013 Sedona Book Festival
Between the Lines:
Book Talk by Joe Neri

I am very pleased to announce that exhibitor registration for the 2013 Sedona Book Festival is now open.

After a year's hiatus, the Sedona Book Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Sedona campus of Yavapai College.

The Well Red Coyote bookstore is once again partnering with the Yavapai College Foundation and net proceeds of the event will be donated to this Foundation.

Anne Hillerman, daughter of legendary and beloved mystery author Tony Hillerman, will headline our event.

As in previous years, the festival will be an all-day event, featuring local and regional authors, publishers, organizations and others affiliated with books and reading.

There will be author presentations throughout the day, culminating with Anne Hillerman in the afternoon, including:

• Jennifer Ashley (NYT and USA Today Bestselling author)

• Cathy McDavid (Award-winning and Harlequin American Romance author)

• Darrell James (Award-winning short story author and novelist)

• Kris Neri (Award-winning mystery and paranormal mystery author)

• Harvey Stearn (legendary and local Southwest photographer)

For exhibitor information and registration forms, please go to The Well Red Coyote web site ( and follow the links.

Thanks to all of our past speakers, exhibitors and attendees for your support of the previous three Sedona Book Festivals.

The 2013 edition promises to be the best yet.

Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions and/or need any additional information: Joe Neri at (928) 282-2284 or

Joe Neri is the co-owner of The Well Red Coyote bookstore in Sedona. He can be contacted at (928) 282-2284 or

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