The Printers Row Lit Fest isn't just one of the region's biggest literary events -- it's also a chance to buy autographed books from writers in the Society of Midland Authors. During the June 9-10 festival, please visit our table in tent HH, on Polk Street west of Dearborn. (Click here to see a map.) The following authors are scheduled to sell and sign their books at our table.

10 A.M.-NOON:

Rebecca Johns
The Countess and Icebergs

Art Plotnik
Better Than Great, Spunk & Bite, Elements of Expression and Elements of Authorship

Ruth Spiro
Lester Fizz, Bubble-Gum Artist
NOON-2 P.M.:

James Finn Garner
Honk Honk, My Darling: A Rex Koko, Private Clown Mystery

George Levy
To Die in Chicago: Confederate Prisoners at Camp Douglas 1862-63

Gail Lukasik
The Lost Artist
2-4 P.M.:

Kim Strickland
Down at the Golden Coin and Wish Club

Carol DeChant
Great American Catholic Eulogies and Diamond Presence: 12 Stories of Finding God at the Old Ball Park

Jan Spivey Gilchrist, author of Obama: The Day The World Danced, My America and Madelia; illustrator of Eloise Greenfield's books The Great Migration, Brothers and Sisters and The Friendly Four
4-6 P.M.:

Carol Fisher Saller
Eddie's War and The Subversive Copy Editor

Claude Walker
The New Madrid Quake Chronicles, Currents of Power and Seminole Smoke

10 A.M.-NOON:

Hugh Moore
Beaming on Dreamsville

NOON-4 P.M.:

Gerry and Janet Souter, The Iraq and Afghanistan Wars
Gerry is also signing his books American Shooter and Diego Rivera.

NOON-2 P.M.:

Barbara Gregorich
Jack and Larry and Sound Proof

2-4 P.M.:

Lynn Voedisch
The God's Wife

Various times throughout the weekend: Society of Midland Authors board members Richard Lindberg, Carol Jean Carlson and Robert Loerzel will be present, helping the Society to run its table.

Richard Lindberg will be signing his books Whiskey Breakfast, Heartland Serial Killers and Return to the Scene of the Crime.

The Printers Row Lit Fest, sponsored by the Chicago Tribune, will also feature more than 180 booksellers and appearances by about 250 authors. For more information on the festival, visit