Milford Readers and Writers Festival
Sept 16-18, 2022
Special Guests Nelson & Alex DeMille
2022 Lineup of Special Main Stage Guests/Events
The Gin Game starring Len Cariou and Heather Summerhayes Cariou
A Conversation with Nelson DeMille and Alex DeMille
Books You May Never Get to Read – Author Cancellations and Book Banning
Writing About Rock & Roll, moderated by Bob Guccione, Jr.
What is American Food, Historian and author Paul Freedman, with Richard Morais
Building on the tradition of story telling and the participatory energy of book clubs, we invite readers to share their thoughts, with the authors.
“This festival shows us the worldwide importance of coming together to share ideas and build community.”
The Milford Readers and Writers Festival aims to inspire conversations between people who love to read books and people who write them.
Highlights from Previous Festivals
2021 - From Page to Screen: It's A Big Deal
The exciting panel was introduced by Milford Mayor and author Sean Strub, moderated by author and screenwriter Amy Ferris. The participants were: John Berendt, author of mega best-seller Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil; Richard Morais, author of The Hundred-Foot Journey; Robert Levine, attorney & producer of the film of the Pulitzer-prize-winning play That Championship Season; and David Kirkpatrick, former head of production at Paramount Pictures and The Walt Disney Studios. Click here for full details and video.
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The views and opinions expressed in these presentations are those of the participants and not of Pike Artworks Inc. or the Milford Readers and Writers Festival.
How the Women’s Vote Can Change the Election with Gloria Steinem and Suzanne Levine
Humor in Trying Times with cartoonists Roz Chast, Matt Diffee & Bob Eckstein
Science Fiction and the Milford Connection with Samuel R. Delany and Gordon Van Gelder
All Boys Aren’t Blue with George M. Johnson and Mark S. King
George M. Johnson has been named to The Root 100 Most Influential Black Americans in 2020