Auburn’s Griffin Free Library To Host Five-Week Author Series



Alice B. Fogel, NH Poet Laureate

NH State Poet Laureate and James Patterson Co-Writer to be among Authors Featured

AUBURN, NH – The Griffin Free Library is proud to announce a five-week summer author reading series that will feature some of the biggest names in the New England writing community.

Every Wednesday from July 12 through Aug. 9, the library will present a new theme with each new author event. Authors presenting will be award winning mystery writer and Jeopardy champ Brendan DuBois (July 12, Fiction), editor and non-fiction biography Christine Woodside (July 19, Non-Fiction), New Hampshire State Poet Laureate Alice Fogel (July 26, Poetry), Publisher and illustrator JS Graustein (Aug. 2, Publishing) and award winning young adult novelist Adi Rule (July 9, Young Adult).

The series is free and open to the public and each will begin at 6:30 pm.

“This series highlights both the many and varied incredible authors and writers that can be found in New England, as well as our commitment to creating a community center for these type of events,” said library director Kathy Growney. “Each author will present a program unique to his or her medium!”

The programs will include a talk by DuBois on working with best-selling author James Patterson and on the form and content of poetry by Alice Fogel.

This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For more information, please contact Kathy or Dan at 603-483-5374 or go to Griffin Free Public Library is located at 22 Hooksett Road, Auburn NH, 03032.   

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