For Clinton County Reads 2016, the committee has chosen to celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial and will spotlight Indiana Authors.
The three Indiana authors we have chosen and their books are Shakespeare Saved My Life by Dr. Laura Bates, Caminar by Skila Brown and H is for Hoosier by Bruce Langton. All three authors will be presenting in Clinton County. Programs begin October 3-16.
October 4 @ 5:30 p.m. in the Lower Level Meeting Room
SKila Brown, author of Caminar, will give a writing workshop.
October 8 @ 2-4 in Room 219
There will be an author fair featuring such authors as James Alexander Thom, Susan Crandall and John Riggs just to name a few.
October 11@Noon in Harry’s Coffee Bar
Dr. Laura Bates, author of Shakespeare Saved My Life will be here to discuss her book.
October 13 @ Noon in Harry’s Coffee Bar
Frankfort resident and author Bud Wainscott will be here to discuss his books.
October 15 @ 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Lower Level Meeting Room
There will be a writing workshop led by MFA Butler graduate Mick Powers and Iowa Writing Workshop graduate Corbin Collins.
October 29 @ 9:30 a.m. in Harry’s Coffee Bar
The book discussion group will be talking about Shakespeare Saved My Life.
Come to the Library to grab an honor book. We haveH is for Hoosier, Caminar and Shakespear Saved My Life available. Check out our brochure for information on Children and Teen programming for Clinton County Reads.
Clinton County Reads is an annual reading program. A theme or book is chosen and programming is created for Clinton County. In 2007 Clinton County had its first reading program. It was created through a Big Read Grant. The book chosen was Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya. Clinton County Reads is sponsored by the community and grants. This year will mark the 9th year of the program. The committee is made up of community members and library staff.
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