Join CWA at Printers Row Lit Fest

Registration is now open to CWA members! UPDATE: ALL 60 SLOTS ARE SOLD OUT. EMAIL INFO@CHICAGOWRITES.ORG TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST. YOU CAN ALSO CHECK WITH OUR FRIENDS AT ILLINOIS WOMAN'S PRESS ASSOCIATION FOR SPOTS UNDER THEIR TENT AT THIS LINK.

The Chicago Writers Association returns to Printers Row Lit Fest on September 11 and 12, 2021. We invite our dues-paying CWA member authors and book sellers to join us under the tent. There are a totl of 60 slots available for author signings (36 on Saturday, September 11, and 24 on Sunday, September 12). There will be 12 authors signing at all times, with two authors per 8 foot long table.

 

 

TIME SLOTS
Saturday, September 11

10 am to 12:30 pm SOLD OUT!

12:30 pm to 3 pm SOLD OUT!

3 pm to 6 pm SOLD OUT!

Sunday, September 12:

10 am to 2 pm SOLD OUT!

2 pm  to 6 pm SOLD OUT!

Cost is $50.
ONE SLOT PER AUTHOR

Payments must be made online with PayPal using the button below. 
Spaces are only available to dues-paying CWA members.

When purchasing a slot online use the drop down box to select your date and time. Dates and time slots are first come, first served. If your first choice is sold out, consider another date and time. 

Signing Slots

Note: We are not accepting payment by any method other than PayPal. All payments are non-refundable as of August 25, 2021. Authors/book sellers are responsible for selling their own books.

About Printers Row Lit Fest: Presented by the not-for-profit Near South Planning Board, the Printers Row Lit Fest is the largest free outdoor literary showcase in the Midwest. The much-anticipated 2021 Printers Row Lit Fest will take place along Dearborn Street, from Dearborn Station to Ida B. Wells Drive, rain or shine, Saturday – Sunday, September 11 – 12, from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. More than 100,000 visitors are expected over the two-day festival, which will feature carefully selected offerings from over 100 booksellers; everything from the tattered to the rare to ‘hot off the press,’ newly published works.

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