Reason to celebrate: November 1, 2021 is National Authors' Day.
Celebrate literature in most its forms on Authors’ Day, and show your appreciation for that incredibly effort place in through the authors behind your favourite documents.
Keystone College hosts Young Authors' Day for local students
Children's book author, speaker and publisher John J. Micklos, Jr. signs a copies of his books at Keystone College's Young Authors Day. About 200 students from eight school districts participated in the program sponsored by Northeast Reading. Michael J.
W.Va. Authors' Day at Library to feature many local writers during public event
Author Colleen Driscoll and her husband, Paul, sit at an Oct. 24 book signing for her new book entitled “Piper the Elf's Big Surprise.” Author Daleen Berry to meet public. Submitted photo. Author Daleen Berry to meet public. Daleen Berry, New York ...
Reflecting on 2015: The Year in Review
One of the best things about starting a new year is taking a moment to pause and reflect on the previous one. In doing so, we can remember some of the highlights, milestones and even a few of the challenges we faced individually and as a community.
Governor Proclaims CT Authors' Day
Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy has issued a proclamation naming September 1st, 2015 Connecticut Authors' Day to recognize Connecticut authors and their contribution to society. On September 1st, an invitation-only reception will be held at the ...
Young Authors Day held at Keystone College Nov. 4
LA PLUME — Twelve-year-old Quinn O'Malley of Clarks Summit is an aspiring writer and one of nine Abington Heights Middle School students selected to attend the annual Young Authors Day workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at Keystone College.
November 1, 2021 is also World Vegan Day