National Novel Writing Month at your library

Thinking about writing a novel? There’s no time like NaNoWriMo to get started, and your public library is here to support you on your journey!

What is NaNoWriMo? National Novel Writing Month is a challenge to write 50,000 words of a novel in thirty days. Learn more at nanowrimo.org »

Join your public library for upcoming virtual events

Writers’ Word Feast Presents: NaNoWriMo Come Write In

Sundays, 1:30-4:30 pm. All month long, join us for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) events. At “Come Write In!” events, the majority of the time will be spent writing with prompts shared at the beginning and sprints sprinkled throughout. So come write in virtual space with us!

No Shush Salon: NaNoWriMo

Thursday, November 19, 6:30-9 pm. Hear from writers who are working on their NaNoWriMo novels present their works in progress at this month’s open mic. Each person will have 15 minutes to present their latest creative endeavor. Spectators are welcome and appreciated! Register in Zoom now »

Check out more events happening virtually for Indie Author Day

The 5th annual Indie Author Day is this Saturday, November 7. Each year on this day, libraries and organizations around the world welcome local indie authors, writers, and their communities for a day of education, networking, mingling, writing, open mics, panels, and more.

This year, live virtual sessions (open to anyone) are available from Biblioboard, the host of the Indie Author Project, all day long:

Create, publish & share your work

Oak Park Creates is a unique local creators program that empowers you to share your books, movies, and music with your community in both physical and digital formats. It also gives everyone the opportunity to read, listen, and check out what Oak Parkers are creating and publishing.

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