UntitledTown, northeast Wisconsin’s premier source for dynamic and daring literary arts experiences, turned the page to a new chapter in partnership with the Friends of the Brown County Library.
After canceling the 2020 Book & Author Festival because of the pandemic, UntitledTown organizers took the opportunity to explore partnership with the Friends of the Brown County Library.
“UntitledTown’s partnership with the Friends of the Brown County Library opens up new opportunities to connect our community with the types of literary experiences we know they want,” said Amy Mazzariello, owner of Lion’s Mouth Bookstore and an original founder of UntitledTown. “Working with Brown County Library, Lion’s Mouth Bookstore, and others as additional partners, UntitledTown’s new chapter promises to be the best and most thrilling yet.”
“The Friends of the Brown County Library is proud to partner with UntitledTown to offer these exciting and engaging literary experiences,” said Sherrill Revolinski, Friends of the Brown County Library Board President. “Supporting literary arts is vital to our education and learning; the Friends are enthusiastic for this opportunity.” Revolinski added.
This new community partnership debuted at “UntitledTown: The Comeback Event,” a day celebration of reading, writing, and stories. UntitledTown: the Comeback Event will feature almost twenty authors, including Miranda and Baptiste Paul, Nickolas Butler, Patricia Skalka, Amanda Skenandore, Pao Lor, and Rebecca Makkai, author of The Great Believers, nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award.
UntitledTown: the Comeback Event took place on Saturday, August 21, 2021 at Brown County Library’s Central Library in downtown Green Bay.
The revived UntitledTown is planning a variety of literary events throughout 2022, with the Book & Author Festival returning in 2023.
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