Library to host local author presentation
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Poet Natalie Arispe will present four versions of POD (publishing on demand) locally done, Beeville-style, in the downstairs portion of the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, July 28.

On hand will be two of her works, Milady’s Diary Stories, Thoughts, Poetry and Memories and High School Poetry 2011 From the Minds of Upper Class High School Students.

“The possibilities are endless and being in control of how you want to distribute your book is such a relief,” she says. “It is less expensive this way, and I want to show people how it can be done.

“Beeville has been my home for 25 years, so distributing my work here locally where people know me is the natural thing to do.”

Arispe is the originator of the Beeville Poetry Café, which operates in the fall months at the library, and any book she writes or poetry contests offered, promotes the café.

Arispe is also the author of Tidbits From a Lady Poetry Reading for Relaxation, published in 2010; Cookies to Nurture You A Poetry Collection (2011). Her favorite work thus far has been High School Poetry 2011, a collection of 107 poems submitted by junior and senior high school students from A.C. Jones High School in 2011, which expressed their feelings and emotions about nature, high school, life, love and entertainment.
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