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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Williamsburg, Virginia

Welcome to the Williamsburg Book Festival

a FREE event for Readers and Writers Celebrating Creativity!

Saturday, October 1, 2016
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Stryker Center

412 North Boundary Street
Williamsburg, Virginia

The Williamsburg Book Festival is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your support is appreciated.

The festival appreciates the generosity of our sponsors.

Sponsorship Levels

Sponsorship Form

Program Book Ad Specs

Please encourage your friends, business associates, and wealthy aunts to support the festival as a sponsor.

2016 Authors

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Read Local!

Attend & Support Area Authors

The Festival is free & open to the public!

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• History • Ghosts • Biographies/Memoirs • How-To • Poetry • Cookbooks • Mystery • Romance • Fiction • Adventure • Children's • Self-Improvement • Young Adult Non-Fiction • Science Fiction • Fantasy • Military • Suspense • Travel

Click on the 2015 Program Book image for a review of the 2015 festival.


Images from the 2014 Williamsburg Book Festival





2015 sponsors

Thanks to:

  • Pale Horse Books
  • An Occasion for the Arts
  • Chesapeake Bay Writers
  • the City of Williamsburg's Office of Economic Development
  • Williamsburg Fall Arts
  • Next Door Neighbors magazine
  • Cherokee McGhee Publishing
  • Old Point National Bank
  • Printwell, Inc.
Pale Horse Books  
Next Door Neighbors magazine   Yes Williamsburg  
Cherokee McGhee


The Williamsburg Book Festival is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

Your support is vital and greatly appreciated.

Williamsburg Book Festival, Inc. is formed exclusively for charitable and educational and literary purposes. Specifically, the organization hosts promotional and educational events, seminars and workshops that promote and support the craft of literary composure and the exposure of writers to the reading public.