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[BKARTS] Austin Edible Book Fest on April 1st



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The Kilgarlin Center for the Preservation of the Cultural Record and UT?s
School of Information announce:

The Fourth Annual Austin Edible Book Fest

When: Saturday April 1st, 2006 from 2 ? 4 pm

Where: Collections Deposit Library on the southwest corner of MLK and
       Red River in Austin, TX

What: Book artists created the Edible Book Fest in 1999.  The concept
behind the Edible Book Fest is to create books out of edible materials in
clever and fun ways.  This year we invite anybody interested to make their
own edible books for the fest, come see what others have made and then
have the chance to buy what catches your fancy.

Visitors and participants can vote on the books based on a few categories:
Most Creative, Wittiest, Tastiest, and Most Inedible.  Winners receive
prizes from local sponsors such as Book People.

There is also the opportunity to buy cool T-shirts!

If you are entering a book, please bring it by 1:45 pm on the 1st.

For further information and great book ideas, please check out the website
at:

http://sentra.ischool.utexas.edu/~ebf/

or email us at: ebf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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