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Updated: 02/13/2014 03:39:26PM

Dearborn Street Book Festival — a literary feast

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Writer Jan Britland will be displaying her best selling "Adventures of Rodger Dodger Dog" series at the Englewood Book Festival on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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First time exhibitors Copperfish Books of Punta Gorda will participate at the Englewood Book Festival. Cathy Graham will greet book lovers at Pioneer Park on Saturday.

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Scuba diver Bob Fuqua will be selling his book "Hunting Fossil Shark Teeth" at the Englewood Book Festival on Satureday, Feb. 15, at Pioneer Park in Englewood.

By CHRIS KOURAPIS

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Authors from Englewood and around the world will once again be sharing their creative works with our literary community. Englewood's Fifth Annual Dearborn Street Book Fest will be taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Pioneer Park in Englewood.

"It's an opportunity for budding authors to promote their books," explained committee member, Diana Harris, "and over 60 authors will be represented. We're happy to announce that this year Copperfish Books, a Punta Gorda community book store, and Deep Sea Publishing of Virginia will be on hand for the first time."

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