On Saturday, April 25th, at the Book Makers Festival at ARTworks in Beaufort Town Center, Scott Graber will present his novel, Malachi, previously serialized in Beaufort Today. (Graber also has two local book signings on April 18th. See our Q&A)  Bill Dula (who just one 1st place for his "Pugilist" in the Beaufort Art Association's Spring Show) is sharing paintings created for trashy romance book covers from his career in New York City. Kami Kinard is offering workshops in writing and publishing for children (April 21 & 24). Carl T. Smith will continue to simmer, Mary Hutchins Harris is leading a Poets Tableau that includes readings from award-winning South Carolina poets, including Karen Peluso. Elizabeth Tucker will share stories about Pigs on the Patio at Limerick Plantation, and Ellen Beinhorn has quite a few Faces with Stories. Ethard Van Stee is a font of historical fiction, and the Historic Beaufort Foundation will fill a table with local historicisms. The Island Writers Network of Hilton Head will present their anthology, and Jodie Randisi has 201 Things to Do when kids are bored (such as reading the other kids' books that will be there too!) There's much more, including Dr. Arthur Segal and Minister Dortch offering their new books on religion, Bernie Schein's book about creativity in the middle school classroom and in the Holden Caulfield attitude, and literary muffins will be baked by Irby Rentz. Many writers are even traveling to Beaufort to participate: Bess Chappas, Horace Mungin, Nally Osland, Benita Van Winkle, John Jeter, Dea, and more will bring their literary offerings as well, just for Book Makers, 10am to 5pm on April 25th. For more information, visit eatgoodbread.com.