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Local Literature Events at your Lowell Library

Couldn’t help the alliterative allusion to the illustrious week of March 18th. We have in lots in store for Lowell’s lit-lovers:

Legendary Locals of Lowell          Richard Howe, Jr

Author Night: Richard Howe, Jr. & Chaim Rosenberg “Legendary Locals of Lowell”

Monday, March 18th at 7pm

Richard Howe, Jr. and Chaim M. Rosenberg will give a talk on their highly anticipated new book  “Legendary Locals of Lowell.” They will have copies to sell and sign or you can get your own in advance of the reading as it will be available starting March 11th from Arcadia Publishing and various online sources.


Visions of Gerard Cover           kerouac

Happy 91st Birthday Jack Kerouac – Library Tour and Live Reading of Visions of Gerard

Tuesday, March 19th – 6pm

A special little celebration of Jack Kerouac’s birthday (March 12) and the 50th anniversary of the publication of one of his loved Lowell books “Visions of Gerard.” There will be a Kerouac themed library tour of the Pollard led by resident historian Bill Walsh at 6pm followed by selected readings of passages from Visions of Gerard in the ground floor meeting room. This event is part of the annual Lowell Celebrates Kerouac birthday celebrations and is sponsored by the Pollard Library, UMass Lowell Libraries and Department of English, and Massachusetts Council on the Humanities. More information about the rest of LCK!’s schedule of birthday events is available on their website:


Titus: The Life Story of Dr. Titus Plomaritis       Titus Plomaritis

Author Night: Titus Plomaritis “Titus”

Thursday, March 21st at 7pm

Local author and high school football legend, Titus Plomaritis will talk about his epic autobiography “Titus: the Life Story of Dr. Titus Plomaritis.” He will have copies to sell and sign. It is currently available for sale from online retailers.