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Upcoming Events

  • In Depth with Fred Sokol
    Tue, Mar 16
    Fred Sokol (Longmeadow resident and former director of BPU's theater program, discusses his latest novel Destiny, published by Bellastoria, and his other writing, including fiction, drama, and criticism
  • ZOOM Launch Party!
    Thu, Mar 04
    Join author Patricia Bracewell as she celebrates the launch of THE STEEL BENEATH THE SILK
  • Patricia Bracewell on Bloom with Tall Poppy Writers
    Tue, Feb 23
    A conversation with USA Today best-selling author Susan Meissner
  • Celebrating Lovers with M.C. Bunn
    Wed, Feb 10
    A Valentine's Week Gift to Lovers Everywhere A Zoom Presentation by Author M.C. Bunn
  • Fred Sokol at Enfield Library
    Tue, Dec 01
    Zoom event with Enfield Library
    Another opportunity to hear Fred talk about his latest novel, Destiny. Lots of laughter amidst an exploration of aging.
  • Ann DeFee at Enfield Library
    Wed, Nov 04
    Zoom Event with Enfield Library
    Join Ann for a trip down the Guadaloupe River as she reads from her latest romance, A Summer Place.
  • Meet the Authors Annual Event
    Sat, Oct 24
    Online Event
    Harrison Library hosts Linda Cardillo and a wide range of other authors for their popular annual event.
  • Meet the Author of Destiny
    Thu, Oct 15
    Online Event with Longmeadow Adult Center
    Fred Sokol will chat via Zoom about his latest novel, Destiny--a story of friendship and aging told with humor and bite.
  • Local Authors Share the Stage
    Wed, Oct 14
    Zoom Event--Registration Required
    Katharine Houston-Voss will read from Loving Every Awkward Step and Christoper Boucher will read from his third book, Big Giant Floating Head.
  • Dolores Yergeau at Enfield Library
    Wed, Oct 07
    Zoom with Enfield Library
    Join Dolores for a trip to Maine and a second chance at love as she talks about her book Pink Sneakers.
  • Destiny Book Launch
    Thu, Oct 01
    Zoom Event Sponsored by Longmeadow Library
    Join Fred Sokol for a "buddy road trip" with Morris and Mendel
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