Local Author Fair coming to the Menlo Park Library
The Menlo Park Library (800 Alma Street) is hosting its first Local Author Fair on Saturday, November 19 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
Attendees will be able to meet writers of many genres, including poetry, history, biography, memoir, sci-fi and fantasy, mystery, photography, self-help, children’s books, and more.
Many of the authors have been presenters at past library programs, both on-site prior to Spring 2020, and online in more recent times.
Authors expected to appear include:
• California Writers Club SF Peninsula Branch
• Silicon Valley Authors collective
• Charlotte Anthony (Loud)
• Michael Asimow (Real to Reel: Truth and Trickery in Courtroom Movies)
• Donia Bijan (Maman’s Homesick Pie: A Persian Heart in an American Kitchen; The Last Days of Café Leila: A Novel)
• Emily Brandon (Pensionless: The 10-Step Solution for a Stress-Free Retirement)
• D’Anne Burwell (Saving Jake: When Addiction Hits Home)
• Kathleen Canrinus (The Lady with the Crown: A Story of Resilience)
• Robin Chapman (The Valley of Heart’s Delight: True Tales from Around the Bay)
• Dina Clarisse (Homespun Rosaries)
• Mark Coggins (August Riordan mysteries, Street Stories)
• Patrick Daly [pictured above] (Grief and Horses)
• James Eade (Chess for Dummies)
• Edith Gelles (Abigail and John: Portrait of a Marriage)
• Andrea Lacy (Brownie Points)
• Terri Hanson Mead (Piloting Your Life: Take the Controls and Be the Pilot in Your Own Life)
• Janelle London (Sparky’s Electrifying Tale)
• Melissa Michelson (LGBTQ Life in America: Examining the Facts)
• Charlotte Muse (In Which I Forgive the River)
• Marissa McGee (Free the Curls)
• Karen Offen (European Feminisms, 1700-1950: A Political History)
• Phil Pasquini (Domes, Arches and Minarets: A History of Islamic-Inspired Buildings in America)
• Lisa Rosenberg (A Different Physics) [pictured top]
• Dana Shields (Things I’ve Learned About Loss)
• Nancy Tomkins (A Biscuit for Chocolate)
• Christine Witzel (She Also Served: Letters from a Navy Wife)
The event is free to attend. The authors are making their books available for sale and will be autographing copies.
InMenlo file photos (c) 2022