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The Public Library of New London will host its third annual Local Authors Fest from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 10 in the Adult Reading area.

People who have written books in southeastern Connecticut and would like to be featured or set up a table to sell and sign copies of their books can contact Madhu Gupta, the libary's head of reference, at (860) 447-1411, ext. 108 or mgupta@plnl.org. The goal of the festival is for talented local authors to build relations with the community and increase their public awareness and recognition while gaining support.

Registration is at no cost to authors, and the link to register is http://bit.ly/localauthors2018PLNL.

 

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