It can look like a book, it can act like a book, it can be a pun on a book...
The only rule: it must be edible!
Artists with a culinary streak, chefs with artistic flair, and book lovers are invited to participate by whipping up an edible book for this event which takes place on Wednesday, April 1st at venues around the world. Prize categories: Most Likely To Be Burned, Most Likely To Be Devoured, Most Out Of This World, Most Likely To Be Made Into a Truffaut Film, Most Magical.
Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury’s classic parable of literature under threat of destruction. Bradbury will be honored at this year’s Manifest celebration at Columbia College Chicago following the Library’s Big Read month-long programming in April and May focusing on Fahrenheit 451.
The Big Read at Columbia College Chicago features readings, panel discussions, book discussion group
gatherings, lectures by national authors, film screenings, demonstrations, and a number of other exciting and creative events held here at Columbia College Chicago, as well as throughout the Chicagoland area. Free copies of Fahrenheit 451 and supplementary materials such as Reader’s and Teachers Guides will be available at all Big Read events.
For more information, visit the library’s website. http://www.colum.edu/bigread
RSVP for Bookmakers--Deadline: Friday, March 27th 2009 at 5 pm
email@example.com or 312-369-6630
Registration form can be found at: http://www.bookandpaper.org
Information for bookmakers: Gina Ordaz 312-369-6630
Information for event: Opal Anderson 312-369-7027
Entries must be dropped off and set up on April 1st between 5:30-6 pm at the Columbia Library.
Admission $10 per person (free for bookmakers), $5 Friends of the Library. Tickets at the door, cash & check only. Proceeds benefit the Center for Book & Paper Arts’ Equipment Fund.