Meet local authors Oct 23 at Schaumburg Library event

  • A family visits author tables at Schaumburg Library's 2019 Local Author Fair. This year's event takes place Saturday, Oct. 23.

    A family visits author tables at Schaumburg Library's 2019 Local Author Fair. This year's event takes place Saturday, Oct. 23. Courtesy of Susan Miura

 
 
Updated 10/20/2021 9:59 AM

All ages are welcome to attend the Local Author Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, at the Schaumburg Libin Schaumburg.

The event will take place on both floors of the library, in the Commons, Workshop, Adult Classroom and Rasmussen Room. Masks are mandatory, regardless of vaccination status.

 

Fiction and nonfiction books in a variety of genres will be on sale for all ages, with authors available to answer questions and sign purchased books. There is no fee or registration required to attend.

Authors participating in this year's Local Author Fair include: Joseph Asphahani, Paul Bartholomae and Bridget Mantasoot, Bani Bhattacharyya, L.C. Blackwell, Karla Brandenburg, Nicolette Chelios, John J. Cobb, Louise A. Cohen, Carol Cosman, Carla J. Curtis, Julie M. Gentile, CL Gibson, Sandy Glenn, Selina Graham, Bambi Harris, SD Hatfield, Andrea Hodge, Thomas Hund, Julie Kendrick, Joyce Kocinski, Kathryn Lentz, Lisa Maggiore, J.P. McDunn, Jamie Lynn Miller, Cynthia Ripley Miller, Susan Miura, Rochell Myles, D.M. Needom, Hugo Valentin Negron, Gary Peterson, Lucia Popelasova, Georgann Prochaska, Steven Provenzano, CPRW, Jorie Saldanha, Scot Savage, Kerstin Schaefer, Gerry and Janet Souter, Chiara Talluto, C.G. Tiessen, Barbara A Vélez, Dorothy Winsor, Candice Pedraza Yamnitz and Rania Zeither.

More events, programs and classes are listed in the online Library Guide available at SchaumburgLibrary.org.

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