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Updated: 11/10/2014 04:17:20PM

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Historical fiction writer Clarissa Thomasson will conduct a workshop for writers at the Second Annual Venice Bookfair & Writer's Festival Saturday.

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Novelist David Hagberg returns to Venice to speak at the Second Annual Venice Bookfair & Writers Festival. He will talk about his novels and the Air Force career that inspired many of his stories.

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Bob and Pat Gussin, owners of Oceanview Publishing of Longboat Key, Fla. will speak about publishing Friday morning at the Third Annual Venice Book Fair and Writers' Festival in downtown Venice. Morning seminars will be at the Venice Center Mall Community Room, 238 W. Tampa Ave., across from the Gazebo in Centennial Park. Signs will mark the way.

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Lawyered to Death by Michael Biehl of Venice will be available from Pineapple Press at the Third Annual Venice Book Fair & Writers Fair.

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David and June Cussen, publishers of Pineapple Press, will speak at the Third Annual Venice Book Fair & Writers' Festival April 5.

By KIM COOL

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The third annual Venice Book Fair and Writers Festival comes into its own Saturday.

No mere gathering of authors and booksellers, the Venice Fair has acquired its own unique personality as a venue for would-be writers as much as for readers, published writers, retailers, publishers and others who appreciate the written word in whatever form it may be presented.

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