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Deadline nears for library anthology submissions

Nevada County Library is still seeking literary submissions for its forthcoming fundraising book, “Open to All: What the Library Means to Me.” The submission deadline is Monday.

While many poems, essays and short stories (750 words or less) have been received by co-editors Molly Fisk and Steve Sanfield, more are desired. The book will be published later this year by Comstock Bonanza Press.

You’ll be in good company if you submit. Nevada County Librarian Steve Fjeldsted says they’ve received submissions from such well-known writers as David Mas Masumoto, Gerald Haslam, Peter Collier and Ray Bradbury. A full description of the project is available at new.mynevadacounty.com. The Open to All link is on the right side near the bottom.



– The Union staff


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