Libnet had a great link today from Alice Kober of the Arapahoe Library District. She wrote:
"With summer reading coming up, I know many libraries are interested in having authors come and speak.
"Colorado author Beth Groundwater wrote an interesting article for the Colorado Independent Publishers Association about how authors can connect with Colorado libraries. It discusses author events currently being held that could give other districts ideas about planning their own events.
"The title of the article is "Authors, Speak at Colorado Libraries!". It's on page 6 of this PDF file:
"The Book Organizations of Colorado's website for author contacts now lists over 300 Colorado authors willing to speak at libraries. The link is:
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