The Keene Public Library is set to host a workshop series for fiction writers. Both experienced writers and new writers looking for advice and assistance are invited to join the series on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m., May 5 through June 30. During the workshops, which are led by volunteer facilitator Randy Koons, authors are encouraged to ask questions, share their work and provide insight into the experience.

Each week, two writers will read their work, which can be fiction or memoir, and an open discussion of the work follows the reading. The group focuses on storytelling rather than grammar.

No commitment is required, although interested writers should register by calling the library at 603-352-0157 or visiting the library’s online calendar Writers can meet in person or join through a Zoom link.

Koons, who is moderating the series for the 7th year, is a professional writer and has published creative short stories.

All programs at the Keene Public Library are free and open to the public. The library is at 60 Winter St., Keene. For more information, call 603-352-0157.

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