Albanian Writer’s Day at the Worcester Public Library

Albanian’s Writer Day will be celebrated at the Worcester Public Library on Saturday, October 13, 11:00 a.m. -2:30   p.m. in the framework of the celebrations of 100thAnniversary of Independence of Albania. This activity is organized by Dardha Bleta Association, a village that gave famous personalities such as Sotir Peci, Spriridon Ilo, William Gregory, Spiro Konda, Zengo iconographs, Thimi Raci   etc.

The purpose of this activity is to bring together the creative minds of Albanian origin and recognize their contribution in the field of letters, whether they write in Albanian or English. Event organizers intend to make sure that American audiences know and understand that the country of Eagles  always has produced famous authors, and has its notable representatives here in the USA. From the famous authors to the ones who are trying to find their place in the literature, local writers with an Albanian connection will have a chance to come together, network with each other and consolidate this connections for future projects.

Tentative Schedule

11:00-11:45                Welcome, Coffee Time

11:45-12:00                Opening Remarks

12:00-12:15                Guest Greetings

12:15-1:30                Writer’s Introduction & Acknowledgment   

1:30-2:30                Networking, book signing & book selling

This event will be held at the Worcester Public Library, located at 3 Salem Street, Worcester, MA 01608. For any questions, or for more information, please email skended@gmail.com or fzdruli@gmail.com .

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