|Omaha Public Library welcomes an array of authors in March|
Several authors, each with a unique focus and perspective, will visit Omaha Public Library (OPL) in March. These free events provide an opportunity to meet the authors and learn more about the inspiration behind their work. Books will be available for purchase and signing at most author discussions. More information is available at omahalibrary.org or by calling the hosting OPL location.
Creighton University professor and writer Dr. Eileen Wirth will speak about her new book, From Society Page to Front Page: Nebraska Women in Journalism, at several OPL locations. The book shares the unique and memorable experiences of female journalists who challenged traditional gender roles in journalism, and subtly but surely changed the world.
The program is sponsored by Humanities Nebraska and through the HN Speakers Bureau. Speakers Bureau connects non-profit and educational organizations with nearly three hundred humanities programs offered by authors, historians, and scholars. More information about the Speakers Bureau can be found online at www.humanitiesnebraska.org.
Millard Branch invites all to attend a panel discussion with romance writers of the Heartland on Tuesday, March 18 at 6:30 p.m. The discussion will feature Victoria Alexander, Mary Connealy, Connie Crow, Cindy Kirk, Renee Ryan, Sherri Shackelford, *lizzie starr, and Cheryl St. John, and include information about how to write for pleasure and/or publication. Registration is required for this event.
Children’s book author James Solheim will visit Millard Branch on Saturday, March 29 at noon. Solheim will share from his new book, The Only Alex Addleston in All These Mountains, which will be followed by a discussion about friendship and a make-and-take craft. Learn more about the author and his work at jamessolheim.com.
Visit omahalibrary.org for information about additional programs offered at Omaha Public Library’s 12 metro locations.