About SGVLF

The 2014 San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival

The 2014 SGVLF will be held at The dA Center For the Arts in Pomona, CA.

Authors

Official Schedule of Authors
Photos & Bios for evening authors
Photos & Bios for afternoon authors

Directions

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The dA Center for The Arts

252 South Main St # D
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 397-9716

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2014: The Pomona Arts Colony2nd Street and Garey Pomona, CA

Schedule and Event map coming soon!

2013: The West Covina Civic Center1444 W. Garvey Ave.West Covina, CA

February 15th-17th12PM-9PM


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About


The San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival (or SGVLF) is an arts and literature festival coming to the West Covina, California February 15, 16, and 17, 2013.
This event will feature Writers from across the globe, musicians, and installations by prominent artists. The event is presented by The City of West Covina, and will take place in the West Covina City Hall and the surrounding environs.

The festival will host four stages with readings, panels, and live performances from poets, fiction writers, graphic novelists, and musicians.

Great writers like Laurel Ann Bogen, Eloise Klein Healy, B.H. Tony Barnstone, Gerry Locklin, Clifton Snider, Donna Hilbert, and Jeri Westerson will be there as well as writers from around the world.

Support Us

Visit our in-depth support page
Want to support us? Use our amazon.com clickthrough or shop at our bookstore! Have a book out? We’ll host it in our store. A portion of the proceeds is donated by Amazon.com to SGVLF, inc., a non-profit used to support the festival. This doesn’t cost you, the author, or us a single cent!

Booth Space

Interested in purchasing booth space as an author, vendor, artist, or promotional space? Contact us

Interested in volunteering for the festival? We need your help. Drop us a line HERE

2 Responses to “About SGVLF”

  1. Do you have vendor booths for authors? If so, how do I go about getting the information?

    Thanks,

    Teresa

  2. What about engaging, fresh and uplifting writers like Marta Chausée?

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