The annual In Print Festival of First Books includes readings, discussions, and classroom visits with authors who have recently published their first books. The two-day event typically features three emerging authors and an editor or publisher.
The In Print Festival also marks the release of The Broken Plate, which features pieces by the guest authors as well as interviews with them conducted by The Broken Plate staff.
You can read “A Brief History of In Print” by Jill Christman, which was featured in our 2020 issue.
In Print 2023 will be held on March 28-29, 2023 and will feature poet Michael Kleber-Diggs, fiction writer Jasmine Sawers, and creative nonfiction writer Prince Shakur, with special guest editor Ira Sukrungruang. Join us in the Student Center Ballroom on Tuesday, March 28th, at 7:30pm for readings and signings from our featured authors and join us that Wednesday, March 29th, at 7:30pm with questions about publishing and writing with our featured writers and editor Ira Sukrungruang.
In Print 2022 featured poet Ananda Lima, fiction writer Dionne Irving, and creative nonfiction writer J.R Jamison, with special guest Abigail Cloud from Mid-American Review.
In Print 2021 featured poet Joy Priest, fiction writer Nancy Wayson Dinan, and creative nonfiction writer Alysia Li Ying Sawchyn with special guest Suzi F. Garcia from Noemi Press.
In Print 2020 featured poet Jake Skeets, fiction writer Hadley Moore, and writer Noam Dorr. Check out the Spring 2020 issue of The Broken Plate to see excerpts from their work.
In Print 2019 featured poet Chen Chen, nonfiction writer Dustin Parsons, fiction writer Maria Romasco Moore, and author and editor Allison Joseph.
In Print 2018 featured poet Carolina Ebeid, nonfiction writer Jan Shoemaker, fiction writer Nick White, and editor Kristen Elias Rowley.
In Print 2017 featured poet Iliana Rocha, fiction writer Sequoia Nagamatsu, nonfiction writer Daniel Raeburn, and author and editor Mary Biddinger.
In Print 2016 featured fiction writer Gabriel Urza, nonfiction writer Sarah Einstein, poet Sarah Blake, and editor Keith Tuma.
In Print 2015 consisted of author Celeste Ng, editor-in-chief Tyler Gobble, essayist Kerry Howley, and editor Jodee Stanley.