Fort Collins Event on September 21st - for Book and Music Lovers

Oct 18, 2017 | Fort Collins

Fort Collins Free Event - for all Book and Music lovers!

Following information taken straight from the Coloradoan webpage. To see original article, click here.

Celebrating libraries, books, literary arts and music, Fort Collins Book Festival blends all four together in this year's free day of festivities.

With a theme of "Writings & Riffs," Fort Collins Book Festival offers up a full day of presentations, discussions, readings, workshops and more that seek to cross platforms and inspire in the festival's second year.

More than 20 sessions with more than 30 authors will be spread across six Fort Collins venues from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21. They are all free and open to the public.

Featured speakers include Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon, who published her memoir "Girl In A Band" in 2015; singer-songwriter, actor and author Loudon Wainwright III; cultural historian and professor of Afro-American studies at University of Wisconsin-Madison Craig Werner; Rolling Stone contributing editor Steve Knopper, and more.

Events, readings and workshops will take place at Block One, Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House, Downtown Artery, Old Firehouse Books, Old Town Library and the Music District.

For a full schedule, and more information, visit