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Bits & Bytes: An evening with Sandra Cisneros; Assets for Artists summer webinars; Spencertown Community Writes winners

LITCHFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Four local libraries — The Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, Kent Memorial Library, The Norfolk Library, and Scoville Memorial Library — will present An Evening with Sandra Cisneros on Thursday, April 8, at 7 p.m. Cisneros is a poet, short story writer, novelist, essaying, performer, and artist...
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Interview: Don Evans, Sandra Cisneros, and the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame

Even via Zoom, Don Evans is passionate about Chicago’s relationship with the written word. A writer, editor, and teacher, Evans is also the executive director of the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame (CLHOF). Founded in 2010, the CLHOF presents educational programming, literary exhibits and events, and presents their Fuller Award to an outstanding Chicago writer at the annual induction ceremony. This year’s event honors Chicago-born author Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street and others. The free event takes place virtually on March 13, at 7pm (register here). After an interview, Ms. Cisneros will participate in a Q and A session and deliver her acceptance speech.
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Welcome Home, Sandra Cisneros

“Chicago is a great incubator. It’s where writers of all kinds can find a nurturing environment to try out their voices,” says Randall Albers, Board President, The Chicago Literary Hall of Fame. One of our favorite Chicago voices, internationally beloved author Sandra Cisneros, will receive the prestigious organization’s Fuller Award on March 13 via Zoom. And you are cordially invited to join in the honors.