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Since 2004, Mesa Public Library has hosted the acclaimed Authors Speak Series that has featured noteworthy New Mexico authors across genres.
In May, the library kicked off a new series with Los Alamos’ own noteworthy authors: a quarterly series, Literary Locals.
For the second event in the series this September, the official Arts and Culture Month by county council proclamation, Mesa Public Library celebrates six local authors across genres.
The authors will meet from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 22 in the upstairs rotunda.
Bob Fuselier, a veterinarian with an interest in neuroscience; Jennifer McKerley, an author of children’s books and a writers’ guide; Cary Neeper, a science fiction author; Don Neeper, a blogger and essayist; Inez Ross, a romance writer; and Darla Graff Thompson, a poet/sculptor.
Though not limited to self or otherwise published authors, this series is meant to showcase new, unpublished, or less widely known writers, those who live or work in the Los Alamos community.
For September’s events, the organizers decided to try a new format, with brief introductions from the authors themselves, then moving on to smaller groups for in-depth chats with one or two or all of the authors at their individual tables. Some authors will also have work for sale and available to be signed.
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