Martin Wilsey | Events
Martin Wilsey is a writer, hunter, photographer, rabble rouser, father, friend, marksman, story teller, frightener of children, carnivore, engineer, fool, philosopher, cook and madman. He and his wife Brenda live in Virginia where, just to keep him off the streets, he works as a research scientist for a government funded think tank.
Science fiction, Martin Wilsey, Author, Oklahoma Salvage, Virtues of the Vicious, Whispers of the Apoc, The Broken Cage, Still Falling, Blood of the Scarecrow, The Black Pod, The Outer Ring, Fantastic Defenders, Reliquary, Kill Valerie Hume, Injuring Eternity: Solstice 31 Saga Short Story, Tranquility and Other Myths, Uncommon Threads, Loudoun Writers Anthology, Solstice 31: Saga Short Stories
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Martin Wilsey will be signing books again this year at Manassas Reads on April 28, 2018.


When: Saturday, April 28, 2018. 10am until 2pm
Where: The Harris Pavilion in Old Town Manassas

The Prince William County Public Library System, City of Manassas and Manassas City Public Schools joined together to host the first community-wide book festival in October 2014 at the Harris Pavilion. The annual event now takes place in the spring every year and continues to offer many events and giveaways, including LOTS of free books for all ages, prizes, special community guest readers, Manassas Therapy Dogs, the chance to meet published and local authors, student presentations, live music and so much more!


Donate Books to Manassas Reads!


Manassas community: Our goal is to collect 1,000 gently used or new books for ages pre-K through young adult. In an effort to continue to promote reading in the community, the hope is that all who attend can leave with 10 free books. Donations can be dropped off at Central Office (8700 Centreville Road, Ste. 400). Book donations are also being accepted at all MCPS elementary schools, Mayfield and Baldwin Intermediate schools and Metz Middle School. Addresses for the participating schools may be found on the School Profiles page. Thank you.


Dr. Athene Bell






Harris Pavillion
9116 Center Street
Old Town Manassas, VA 20110 United States