Saturday, May 21, 2016

Russell Library Presents the First Annual Local Authors Fair

Russell Library

 Fifteen Authors from the area will be featured

Middletown, CT (May 20, 2016) 

Russell Library will be sponsoring its First Annual Local Authors Fair June 4th, 2016 from 10:00am to 1:00pm in the Hubbard Room. 

This is a chance to meet new and exciting authors, some of whom may be your neighbors! The authors fair provides an occasion for writers to connect with interested readers and new audiences. In addition, book collectors have an opportunity to add to their collections. You won’t be disappointed, and we really do look forward to seeing you at the Library!

Fourteen local writers will present their books and talk about the inspiration behind their works. Non-fiction, and fiction categories will both be represented. Historical Fiction, True Crime, Poetry and Memoirs are included in the mix. 

Authors include (in alphabetical order):
• Susan Allison
• Janet Barrett
• Sandy Berenbaum
• Robert B. Boyd*
• Jessica Brooke
• Co-authors Vic Butsch and Tommy Coletti
• Jennifer Eifrig
• Helen Evrard
• William Foster
• Beth Lapin
• Roy Lisker
• Steve Liskow
• Matthew J.A. Simmons
• Arthur Wiknik, Jr.

*Robert B. Boyd passed away in 2009. At the fair, he and his memoir, Alone In Vietnam, will be represented by his sister.

Refreshments will be served! Door prizes will be handed out!

Drop-in, no registration. This is funded by The Friends of the Russell Library.

Russell Library is dedicated to providing our richly diverse community with the highest quality of 21st century library service, reliable information, and lifelong educational, recreational and cultural resources for all. We help children explore the world around and within them, enable teens to grow towards new understandings, and ensure that adults have access to the fullness of the human experience.

Rolande Duprey
860-347-2528, ext. 171

Sue Honer
860-347-2528, ext. 135

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