Wando Mount Pleasant Pop-Up Book Sale

Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm and Saturday 9:00am – 4:30pm

Exclusive Member event Thursday 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Not a member yet? Click to join the Friends of the Library (or in person at the event) to get early access to our book sales and support the Charleston area libraries!

 

The first hour of this sale is dedicated to senior (65+) shopping.

Our two-day sale will feature bargain-priced books and media. Our collection will consist of fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, CDs, and DVDs.

Volunteers
Help is needed for set up, sorting and checkout, and tear down: Sign up here to volunteer

Sponsored by:
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Black Ink Virtual Book Festival

Black Ink is Charleston’s African-American Book Festival. It is a project of the Charleston Friends of the Library, a nonprofit organization. The purpose of the festival is to support black writers, especially from South Carolina, creating a space for them to share their work, discuss their craft, and expose readers of all ages to the great variety of African American authors in the area.

Festival Information and Author Registration Coming Soon

The goal of Black Ink is to promote public awareness of the importance of African-American contributions to American literature and public conversation. Authors will present fiction, poetry, nonfiction, memoirs, self-help, and spiritual offerings. First-time attendees are awed by the crowd, the professionalism, and the art forms practiced in our area. The festival aims for exposure, celebration of writing as a form of art, and creating an opportunity for authors to network, recruit readers, and to be recognized as valued members of the community. The keynote address aims for inspiration, timely social commentary, but also a broadening of perspectives and a bringing together of a diverse array of people.