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Through its NW Authors Speaker Series, the Cannon Beach Library hosts events that showcase writers of the Pacific Northwest. Authors read from their works and participate in discussions in interview format and with the audience. Join us to meet award-winning and bestselling authors from the region. These events are free and open to the public.
Most Speaker events are usually at 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoons September through May. 2022-23 is the launch of our hybrid season – authors present in-person at the library while simultaneously being live streamed. Viewers may join us at the library, or watch from home. NW Authors titles are available to check out at the library.
If you are an author who would like to be considered for our speaker series, please contact us. Include your bio, genre, book reviews, publisher notes, and links to any supporting information like book trailers or websites. Authors for our series donate their time.
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