|Publisher Vered Mares with two of her authors, Kris Farmen and Martha Amore|
|Jonathan Bower, Don Rearden, and Susanna Mishler (whose collection of poetry, Termination Dust, will be published in 2014 by Boreal Books/Red Hen Press -- another launch to look forward to)|
- Monday, July 15: Elizabeth Bradfield, John P. O'Grady, Anne Caston
- Tuesday, July 16: Contributions to Literacy in Alaska awards presentation, Rich Chiappone, Andromeda Romano-Lax
- Wednesday, July 17: Graduating Students read
- Thursday, July 18: Zack Rogow, Valerie Miner
- Saturday, July 20: Gary Freeburg, Craig Childs
- Sunday, July 21: David Stevenson, Ed Allen, Linda McCarriston
- Monday, July 22: Carolyn Turgeon, Eva Saulitis, Joan Kane
- Tuesday, July 23: Sherry Simpson, Nancy Lord, Jo-Ann Mapson
- Friday, July 12, 4-6pm: Tracks & Treks features Alaskan authors George Harbeson (Homesteaders in the Headlights), Marguerita McManus (Sew & Quilt in Comfort and Crazy Shortcut Quilts), and Tam Linsey (Botanicaust and cookbook You Can Eat This!), who will come together to read and discuss their books, works in progress, and their deep connections to Alaska.
- July 17, 1-3pm: Gary Freeburg, photographer extraordinaire and author of Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes will share stories about living with volcanoes, Katmai, and Alaska geology.
- July 18, 4-6pm: Tom Reed presents his book Moved by a Mountain: Inspiration from an Alpine View in Alaska. Tom's ability to expose the magnificence of "The Throneroom" through his photography and prose is a remarkable feat, and his book a gift to hold and to share.
- July 24, 4-6pm: Weathered Edge: Three Alaskan Novellas. Kris Farmen and Martha Amore come together to read and discuss their stories in Weathered Edge, published by VP&D House.
Join Anchorage nature writer and author Bill Sherwonit on Saturday, July 26, when he'll lead a writing workshop, "Writing the Chugach." Participants will join Bill on a day-long hike into the Chugach Mountains to learn more about both Anchorage's "backyard wilderness" and the writing process, from observation to note-taking and journal-keeping, and finally to story. The $125 fee includes pre- and post-trip meetings, a day in the Chugach Mountains, and essay critique. To sign up or for more information, contact him at 245-0283 or email@example.com.