Elmore Leonard to kick off Midwest Literary Walk in downtown Chelsea
He's given us Raylan Givens in "Justified," "3:10 to Yuma," "Get Shorty," and other great novels, short stories and screenplays. Now Detroit-based writer Elmore Leonard will be headlining the Midwest Literary Walk in downtown Chelsea with his son, Peter, an acclaimed writer of suspense thrillers.
11 a.m. Purple Rose Theatre (137 Park St.) - Elmore Leonard and Peter Leonard
Noon Chelsea Alehouse (420 N Main St #100) - Michael Brian Ogden and Lonnie Hull DuPont
2 p.m. Back to the Roots (115 S. Main Chelsea) - Jack Driscoll and Michael Delp
3 p.m. Back to the Roots - Open Mic. Local poets and writers are invited to read their work. Please limit your reading to three minutes.
4 p.m. The River Gallery (120 S Main St.) - Margaret Noori and M.L. Liebler & Coyote Monk
Saturday, April 27, 2013. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. The featured authors’ books will be available for purchase at the River Gallery throughout the day.